Editor: A person who is a licensed, board-certified medical doctor has graduated from four years of college, four years of medical school, two years of an internship and three years of a residency program.
A local lake conservation group is working to create a better fish habitat with grant money.
Editor: As we enter the long homestretch to the November elections, it is time to explore the signs of the times.
Clemson City Council recently extended an ordinance that allows open containers of alcohol in outside dining areas in an effort to help local restaurants impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Officials again working on Clemson Park renovations
A Clemson University case study on the response to the EF3 tornado that hit Seneca and other areas of Oconee County that were already dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic earlier this year said the city did an “above average” job in its response.
On Monday, Tri-County Technical College president Galen DeHay unveiled to Tech commissioners the academic instruction plans for the fall semester, which is set to begin Aug. 17 with both face-to-face instruction and online classes — and many courses using a mix of the two.
Can find out about why the city of Walhalla has suddenly started charging $15.50 a month on the water bills under the code “INSANT?”