Article Archive for 2 March 2018
Walhalla High School has been named one of five finalists for the Dick and Tunky Riley Award for School Improvement Council Excellence, created in 2002 to recognize the vital contributions made by improvement councils and their members statewide.
Piggybacking off Oconee County’s upcoming 150th birthday, Westminster Mayor Brian Ramey announced an initiative Tuesday night to boost volunteer and cleanup efforts in the city — the reward of a city-sponsored party.
Pickens County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested a Greenville County man and Oconee County woman wanted on outstanding warrants in three counties on Thursday.
The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Virginia teen and charged her with filing a false report of a felony in connection with a Jan. 27 sexual assault report at the Delta Chi fraternity house near Clemson.
An amendment adopted on second reading Thursday would take a proposed sale of Greenville Health System “off the table,” according to State Sen. Thomas Alexander of Walhalla.
Oconee County Council will hold its annual strategic planning retreat today to set goals and priorities for the 2018-19 fiscal year.
The Out of the Darkness Campus Walk on the Clemson University campus seeks to remember those lost to suicide and support suicide prevention research and advocacy.