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The public will be able to get a closer look at the artifacts removed from a time capsule buried in 1968 with the opening of a new exhibit at the Pickens County Museum of Art and History.
The city of Clemson and Clemson University have enjoyed a longstanding reputation for having one of the best town and gown relationships in the nation.
As streets and parking lots fill with princesses, goblins, superheroes and … whatever that kid with the lampshade on his head is supposed to be, Halloween can get a bit spooky.
R.C. Edwards Middle School has experienced two instances in the past eight months where a student may not be alive today were it not for the life-saving effort of a teacher.
After not meeting for more than two years, the Westminster Board of Zoning Appeals met Tuesday night to discuss two variance requests.
Now that the buildings at the former Central Concrete and Plaster site have been demolished, Central town administrator Phillip Mishoe said the next step involves a determination by town council on how to best use the property.