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According to the South Carolina Highway Patrol, the incident happened around 1 p.m. Saturday on Clearmont Road near Holcombe Street in Westminster.
Pickens County Sheriff Rick Clark shared photos of the county’s new detention center currently under construction with members of Pickens United at their meeting Monday in Central Town Council chambers, saying he is pleased with how the project is coming along.
The first year of the new staggered start times for Oconee County schools has come and gone, and district officials said things went relatively well.
A meeting earlier this week between Clemson City Council and LS3P Architects regarding the College Avenue site where the former city planning and codes department building stands saw council members express the desire for something to attract people to the area.
King’s Cleaners, located on West North 1st Street, began operations in 1923.
The upcoming South Carolina tax-free holiday will be an opportunity for Clemson University faculty, staff, students and incoming students to save some money on computers.