Articles in Lifestyles
Despite President Donald Trump’s scaling back of school lunch standards set in place under former President Barack Obama, local nutrition officials don’t anticipate any major change in the menus.
When the city of Clemson and Clemson University are mentioned, it’s hard not to think of late Clemson Mayor Larry Abernathy and late Clemson University president Walter Cox.
Two representatives from the Clemson Police Department recently traveled to Columbia to accept the department’s renewed certificate of accreditation from the state.
Duke Energy’s World of Energy education center at Oconee Nuclear Station recently presented $5,000 to the organizations of the top three winning trees of its Festival of Trees display.
The members of a local clogging team recently took their talent to the next level and auditioned for “America’s Got Talent.”
While the Oconee Adult Education program has changed many lives over the years, participants have more opportunities today than ever before due recent changes.
Nearly 10 years ago, Christ Central Ministries Oconee began a feeding program behind Hometown Food Store in Seneca.
The Walhalla Performing Arts Center will kick off the new year with Upstate favorites The Flashbacks.