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County Council Chairman Roy Costner said one of the county’s biggest challenges is preparing for predicted growth.
The Tri-County Technical College Commission has unanimously approved recommendations by the building committee on the renovation of Miller Hall and the creation of full science labs as part of its long-term projects.
Walhalla City Council is expected to discuss the ongoing search for the city’s next police chief this evening.
A South Carolina school shooting will soon become a test case for court rulings that restrict life-without-parole sentences for juveniles, after a 16-year-old pleaded guilty to two counts of murder.
Although Christmas has come and gone, Littlejohn Community Center, Creekwood Village Apartments, Clemson Downs and those they serve will forever be impacted by recent goodwill efforts from the Clemson Police Department.
For Charlie Vissage, Eric Kelley and Wesley Smith, spending Christmas Day at the Walhalla Fire Department has become a thing of habit.
During his four years on Clemson City Council, outgoing Clemson City Council member Jerry Chapman has worked with Clemson University officials in an effort to solve the growing problem of decreasing CATbus ridership.