After issues arose with the family she was living with, Shaneekua Young found herself with no place to call home last year.
The former Astro theater that has stood vacant on College Avenue in Clemson for a dozen years will stay that way for the foreseeable future, as Magnetic South Brewing Company has put plans to locate in the building on hold.
City council approved first reading of an ordinance Tuesday night allowing Seneca to issue up to $2.5 million in general obligation bonds to address a shortage of funds this fiscal year caused by city expenses in response to April’s EF3 tornado.
Willie: Well Westminster’s Mayor Ramey is at it again.
There has been much debate in recent years on the topic of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and rather or not they are safe in to be used in our food supply.
More than a decade after opening a shelter to help people get back on their feet or get a night out of the cold weather, Our Daily Rest is expanding to offer more opportunities for people with housing needs.
The latest wastewater monitoring results in Clemson show the highest detection of SARS-CoV-2 — which causes COVID-19 — on Clemson University’s campus since early last month, a stark contrast to the drop-off in recently confirmed cases.
A top South Carolina physician said about 40 percent of South Carolinians — or 2 million people — are living under a local mask ordinance policy.