Article Archive for April 2018
A reorganization of the Clemson Alumni Association seeks to give more structure and oversight to the many alumni volunteer organizations around the country.
Willie: March 28, page 3A read guns are not the problem. It was a very good write-up, but he forgot one thing.
A recent Clemson City Council decision to accept a three-month suspension term for a rental housing occupancy violation and repair of a yard damaged by occupants on Curtis Circle didn’t go over well with local developer Tal Slann.
A new mast-arm traffic signal in an area residents say has been the scene of many accidents through the years is about a month away from becoming operational, according to Clemson city engineer Kent Guthrie.
Area churches are discussing the best ways to address safety needs in light of the rise in shootings in congregations, and they’re finding a solution is not easy.
The Central Police Department has been operating shorthanded for several months, but town administrator Phillip Mishoe said that shouldn’t last much longer.
An agreement between the city of Clemson and the Joseph F. Sullivan Center, which has provided acute care services to city employees for several years, has been unanimously renewed by city council for another year.