Article Archive for December 2017
Depending on where the weather system goes, there is a possibility of snow in the Upstate later this week.
James M. Brown Elementary School faculty and staff have been doing more than teaching students to read, write and do math problems.
Oconee County Veterans Day ceremonies drew larger crowds and attention in 2017 thanks to an effort by local officials that took about three years to accomplish.
Nearly three years after their son died in what they allege was a fraternity hazing incident, the parents of a former Clemson student and the university jointly announced a settlement in a $25 million personal injury and wrongful death lawsuit.
Growing up, Shaq Lawson remembers a time when his family couldn’t afford to get him what he wanted for Christmas and had to turn to organizations to help provide Christmas gifts.
Jennifer Severance and Dianna Winkler went into work Christmas morning because they had several dozen hungry mouths to feed.
Her early looks weren’t falling, and the fouls started piling up quickly. It eventually got to the point where it seemed like Anne-Hamilton LeRoy was spending more time on the bench than she was on the court against Franklin County (Ga.) to open the season.