Article Archive for March 2018
The discovery of a colony of bats inside the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts at Clemson University has forced the temporary closure of the venue.
For the first time since 2007, the Walhalla High School softball team defeated Crescent on Friday.
John Thorsland couldn’t have asked for a much more fun senior season as a member of the Walhalla High School boys’ basketball team.
Those traveling this weekend for the Easter holiday and spring break in the coming days will notice that it will cost a little more to make those trips.
As spring training began to wind down last week, Stephanie Fernandes embarked on the long road back to Arlington.
Two seats on Pickens County Council will be contested Nov. 6, as the two-week filing period for council and other local and state races ended at noon Friday.
Seneca Middle School principal Al LeRoy will be changing his work address starting July 1, as the longtime administrator has been named the new director of human resources for the School District of Oconee County.
Approximately 40 Pickens County elementary, middle and high school students spent Tuesday afternoon preparing healthy salads or sandwiches as part of the district’s annual culinary competition.