Articles in News
Food, games and entertainment will be featured when the Clemson Farmers Market holds its monthly First Thursday at the Market from 3-6 p.m. today at Patrick Square on Issaqueena Trail.
The never-ending issue of downtown parking was again a topic of discussion between Clemson City Council, planning commission and the city’s Board of Architectural Review during a meeting on proposed zoning text amendments last week at City Hall.
A new initiative this year offering free park passes to Oconee County residents who are veterans, senior adults or legally disabled has received a strong response.
The Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority will apply for a combination of federal and state grants that could provide as much as $5 million to help get sewer service to the southern end of the county, as far as the South Carolina Welcome Center on Exit 1 at Interstate 85.
Clemson University economics professor emeritus Bruce Yandle said the policies of President Donald Trump are having a positive impact on the economy in several ways.
The days of the Central Concrete and Plaster building standing on East Main Street are nearing an end, as plans to begin demolition are scheduled to soon.
Walhalla High School has been recognized as a National Banner Unified Champion School for its efforts to provide inclusive sports and activities for students with and without disabilities.