Tomatoes, peppers and squash at Glick’s Greenhouse love the afternoon rains, and the produce stand setup on Return Church Road shows it.
Clemson resident Jim Monroe, a 1959 graduate of Clemson College — now Clemson University — said his French teacher Jordan Dean Sr. forever changed his life in a positive way.
Willie: When I go back to work, who do I inform and how?
Tickets are now available for the fourth annual Brew and ‘Que festival, offering a variety of barbecue and unlimited craft beer samples in a family-friendly environment on Labor Day weekend.
Pickens County set a one-day record of 59 new COVID-19 cases on Friday as the state posted more than 1,000 new cases for the first time, according to the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.
Clemson City Councilman Fran McGuire is calling for the city to publicize its COVID-19 virus testing results.
On the day that the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control announced the 100th confirmed case of COVID-19 in Oconee County, a Seneca salon voluntarily closed down after one of its customers learned late Wednesday that a person they live with had tested positive for the virus.
More than $89.8 million in insurance claims have been filed to cover damage from an EF3 tornado that struck Oconee County on April 13, according to the South Carolina Department of Insurance.