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South Carolina is the third-deadliest state in the nation when it comes to car crashes, according to data from the National Highway Safety Traffic Administration.
After months of preparation, city council is expected to adopt a pair of ordinances on second and final reading at its regularly scheduled meeting tonight to establish a pair of programs to help revitalize the area and make it a destination for potential consumers.
The event will be held from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, according to Holly Douglas, one of the series’ organizers.
The society’s fifth annual golf tournament is set for Aug. 5 at the Pickens Country Club, PCHS executive director Samantha Gamble said.
A Clemson woman is collecting supplies for the Pickens County Animal Shelter.
Board chairman Andy Inabinet recently said some board goals set last year — including improved test scores — are being carried over to the new fiscal year.
With a name derived from a Cherokee word meaning “land beside the water,” Oconee County lays claim to three lakes, several rivers and dozens of easy-to-access waterfalls.
A proposal for a major subdivision near Old Stone Church Road, whose sketch plan was reviewed last month by the Clemson Planning Commission, will again go before the commission Monday night for full approval.