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A South Carolina Department of Transportation official said Monday that two days of lane closures were planned this week for the bridge replacement project at the intersection of U.S. Highway 123 and S.C. Highway 133 in Clemson.
A little more than a year into his first term as South Carolina’s governor, Henry McMaster made a trip to Seneca to speak at a law enforcement dinner held Monday by American Legion Post 120 — a group McMaster called the core of America’s strength.
City of Seneca officials do not have any short-term concerns about the proposed annexation of a planned Oconee County condominium project into the city of Clemson.
A group of Hamilton Career Center biomedical students were among those recently honored at the 19th annual InnoVision Awards dinner at the Spartanburg Marriott.
A museum on wheels will be stopping at Clemson University Monday, offering an educational experience in African-American history.
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A public hearing recently held on an ordinance that would provide relief to a list of specified properties deemed to be culturally significant resulted in no comments from citizens in attendance.