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A member of the Green Crescent Trail committee told members of the Joint City University Advisory Board recently that the project could be just what the city needs to reduce the amount of congestion experienced on a daily basis.
Members of the city of Clemson’s Economic Development Advisory Committee are seeking ways to bring more businesses to the downtown area — particularly to fill empty retail buildings located on the bottom floor of mixed-use developments.
Clemson University ROTC cadet Emmaline Paschall said a crucial step when practicing tourniquet application is telling the “victim” to signal when the pressure starts hurting.
Less than a year ago, both the city of Clemson and town of Central were considering closing the pools at the Central-Clemson Recreation Center they jointly operate in order to address increased financial losses the center had experienced in recent years.
As promised after Oconee County Council unanimously voted earlier in the week to halt Pioneer Rural Water District’s planned $19 million treatment plant, the embattled water district will hold a special called meeting Tuesday in Westminster to discuss a litany of topics.
An inaugural agency fair designed to serve families of Pickens County students with special needs will take place from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. today at the Career and Technology Center in Liberty.