Walhalla Fire Chief Brandon Burton announced a citywide outdoor burning ban on Friday.
With its usual daylong Easter event canceled, the Clemson Parks and Recreation Department is getting creative to bring the fun to its residents in a safe way.
With more people cleaning surfaces with disinfecting wipes because of the threat of COVID-19, a local official said those wipes and similar products are showing up more often in the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority’s system.
Westminster Mayor Brian Ramey has been granted approval to remove up to eight trees so he can move his cabin off city-owned property by May 1.
Editor: During the second century, Bishop Irenaeus spoke out against the heresy of Gnosticism.
I’ve been around the block more times than I care to remember, and I’ve often heard politicians say that the American people are smart and can’t be fooled — at least not for long.
It’s estimated that one out of every six people in the United States will become ill from the food they eat this year.
People from all over the world are experiencing the new normal of social distancing and isolation in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.