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Clemson Downs officials have turned to goats to rid themselves of invasive vegetation and make room for native plant material.
The Westminster Police Department now has help enforcing its curfew ordinance for children and teens inside city limits.
The South Carolina Botanical Garden has since grown into a 295-acre garden and natural area open every day of the year and attracting more than 750,000 visitors annually.
Although Clemson residents’ reaction to the Dockside development revisions presented to the city planning commission Monday night were mostly negative, the developer of the project found a silver lining.
The Foothills Collaboration Network is getting ready to tackle what seems to be a tricky combination of topics in the Golden Corner — unemployment and disability.
When the crowds gather and the performers start playing at Jazz on the Alley Thursday night, a few attendees sometimes seen in the crowd will be missing — animals.
The Joint Terrorism Task Force and FBI have detained a “person of interest” in connection with two explosions Sunday night at the Pickens County Courthouse.
Pioneer Rural Water District’s general manager said he expects to receive final clearance to begin selling water to customers out of the new water plant by the end of next week.
Edwin Saburtoro experienced a childhood that the vast majority of people could never imagine.
Willie: Please find out from the powers that be what our neighborhood has to do to get Corinth Drive in Seneca repaved.
Clemson Police Chief Jimmy Dixon said in a news release police received a call of shots fired at the Clemson Motel at 835 Old Greenville Highway at approximately 6 a.m.