The latest wastewater monitoring results in Clemson show the highest detection of SARS-CoV-2 — which causes COVID-19 — on Clemson University’s campus since early last month, a stark contrast to the drop-off in recently confirmed cases.
When the Larry W. Abernathy Park opened more than 15 years ago, it became necessary for Clemson police to purchase a boat to patrol the waters of Lake Hartwell surrounding the park.
Families in the local area and throughout South Carolina are expected to be out shopping for back-to-school items as the state’s tax-free weekend begins today.
A new CATbus agreement between the city of Clemson and city of Seneca will feature more than 11,000 hours of electric bus service for four routes over 252 days of scheduled service.
Clemson City Council is considering another extension of its original six-month moratorium on all new multifamily developments of 200 beds or more.
The three men hoping to replace outgoing Clemson Mayor J.C. Cook in November’s election addressed a variety of issues this week as they begin their campaigns in earnest.
Clemson University has temporarily waived the required standardized testing scores for applicants for the 2021-22 school year.
Clemson University has released initial results from employees’ COVID-19 tests taken over the past two weeks.