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Clemson Area Transit officials received suggestions about possible improvements to meet riders’ needs during a pair of public hearings this week at Seneca City Hall.
The search for a new Tri-County Technical College president is taking longer than expected, according to commission chairman and search committee member John Powell.
Duke Energy officials gave an update on a project in Clemson they say is necessary to support future growth in Clemson and surrounding areas.
State Sens. Thomas Alexander and Rex Rice said education reform is a priority this year in the senate.
Walhalla City Council members agree more discussion is needed on a resolution to adjust fees at Stumphouse Mountain Bike Park.
Clemson Mayor J.C. Cook told the audience gathered Tuesday for the annual State of Clemson program at the Madren Center that 2018 was a very busy year — and he got no argument from Clemson University president Jim Clements.
Monique Harrison says her life was “spiraling” downward in August before she moved from Virginia and back to her hometown in Seneca.
With Seneca recently showcasing its $75,000 investment in downtown Christmas lights, Westminster City Council discussed the possibility of purchasing new lights at a price tag of $35,000 at its annual planning retreat on Sunday.