Article Archive for 6 April 2018
The 2018 debut of Jazz on the Alley in Seneca was a hit, as more than 500 people turned out on Ram Cat Alley Thursday for the first act of the year in the city-sponsored concert series.
CLEMSON — While the big offseason news surrounding the Clemson football team was the return of the Tiger’s four starting defensive linemen, one offensive group may have gotten overlooked.
A 33-year-old woman was arrested this week after her newborn tested positive for cannabinoids in July 2017, according to police.
The first electric buses serving Clemson-area riders are expected to arrive by August, according to Clemson Area Transit general manager Keith Moody.
Clemson city officials said Monday night that they were pleased with last month’s redecking of the Larry W. Abernathy Waterfront Park and plan to hold additional workdays to complete the project.
Audra Smith has nearly all the qualities one could ask for — she’s thoughtful and bright, and she has an unlimited supply of enthusiasm to go along with a burning desire to see the Clemson women’s basketball program rise to its former heights.