Since the COVID-19 pandemic forced university students to go to online learning, many have returned home.
By Greg Oliver The Journal CENTRAL — Usually bustling with activity, the Central-Clemson Recreation Center has been eerily quiet since the COVID-19 pandemic forced
Central received news it has been long waiting for Wednesday when officials learned the town has officially been approved for a $150,000 Environmental Protection Agency follow up brownfields grant submitted last October.
The COVID-19 pandemic that closed school buildings in March and altered graduation ceremonies wasn’t what high school seniors were expecting.
School District of Pickens County spokesman John Eby said there is no district policy or recommendation for whether teachers set a floor for minimum grades based on class assignments and exams.