Articles in Lifestyles
J Willoughby caught himself singing along to the radio one day in 2009, as drivers are known to do when an easily recognizable song comes one.
Clemson Free Clinic has served the local community for more than a dozen years by meeting the needs of the medically under served.
Any anniversary shindig worth its salt will include some reminiscing, and that was in no short supply at a place with saltwater in its soul.
Local business owner Rob Craft got his first taste of the retail business at age 7, when he began helping out at his father’s store in downtown Beaufort.
A 100-voice choir, combining the efforts of three choral groups, will be featured in a concert this weekend.
Though they just hit their two-year anniversary in January, the boys of the Grateful Brothers have been friends for decades.
The Blue Ridge Arts Center multi-tasks with its bi-monthly display, and the studio exhibit is currently home to a colorful display by two local artists in honor of Black History Month.
When Anita Ervin arrived in Seneca from Iva nearly a year ago, she didn’t have a job or the transportation necessary to get her back and forth to work.
New signage will help the historic buildings on the Clemson University campus continue to tell their stories.