Article Archive for December 2017
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.
There’s officially one signing period down and another to go for the 2018 football recruiting campaign.
With two new council members set to take their seats on the Westminster City Council in less than a month, Mayor Brian Ramey took a moment to thank the outgoing councilmen for their dedication over the last four years.
Whether justified or not, the image many have of police officers is what they see in the newspaper or evening news — typically involving an arrest or, in recent years, officer-involved shootings.
Pickens County officials hope the county’s two new parks will be open by spring.
Clemson residents unable to attend a recent input session about a long-range plan for the College Avenue corridor from S.C. Highway 93 to U.S. Highway 123 can now see its vision and goals at the click of a mouse.
After more than six decades atop a hill overlooking the Clemson University campus, the iconic Clemson House met its demise at 8:30 a.m. on Sunday, Dec. 3.
Westminster residents and city council members may have been seen with a bit of ice on their necks throughout 2017, a year that could have caused some whiplash with its twists and turns.
Willie: Thanks to The Journal for the recent article about Toys for Tots.
Even the Grinch is familiar with Christmas Eve, but the most avid Christmas enthusiasts have likely missed out on Christmas Adam.