Clemson University researchers have detected gamma rays from UFOs — though not the kind potentially piloted by extraterrestrial beings — in several nearby galaxies for the first time, providing a foundation for scientists to understand past activities in the Milky Way galaxy.
From just after World War II to the late 1960s, Littlejohn’s Grill, operated by Horace and Gertrude Littlejohn, was a place where mostly African American residents of Clemson could gather to enjoy food along with entertainment from some future showbiz legends.
Retired Col. Beverly “Ben” Skardon was recognized at Clemson University’s Military Appreciation Day football game Saturday for his promotion to the rank of brigadier general in the U.S. Army.
Approximately 147 Clemson city employees deemed essential for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic will be compensated with a one-time payout of $1,150 each as a result of action unanimously approved by city council Monday night.
A joint statement provided by an attorney representing a Clemson doctor provided new details on the now-dismissed drug charges against three local medical professionals.
All drug charges against two Clemson doctors and a nurse practitioner have been dismissed after September arrests followed a state agency investigation.