By Greg Oliver The Journal CLEMSON — Outgoing Republican state Rep. Gary Clary has been named to a committee of fellow Republicans looking to defeat President Donald Trump this year. “When you have someone who is just a demagogue who wants to attack — whether it’s women, the press, minorities, the disabled — it’s just […]
Clemson University’s president said students will return for in-person classes in the fall as the school plans to have a limited number of employees return to work on campus beginning in June.
By Greg Oliver The Journal CLEMSON — Development Strategies officials told the Clemson moratorium steering committee during its weekly meeting Wednesday that they’re ready to get public feedback as part of their study to develop a strategic plan for handling future growth in the city. “We’re trying to get some sense of priorities and alternative […]
By Greg Oliver The Journal CLEMSON — Former Clemson City Councilman Jerry Chapman, named by council last year as the city’s liaison to CATbus, was recently reappointed by the governing body for another year. “I talked to Jerry and he said he would feel more comfortable if you would just reaffirm his appointment every year […]
By Greg Oliver The Journal CLEMSON — Clemson City Council will continue holding its twice-monthly meetings virtually. Following executive session at its meeting Monday night, council added an item to the agenda proposing that its meetings, held the first and third Mondays of each month, continue virtually. Mayor pro tem John Ducworth asked about how […]
By Greg Oliver The Journal CLEMSON — The Green Crescent Trail project recently received a huge boost when the 501(c)(3) nonprofit learned that its $100,000 grant application with the South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism to build a brand-new trail loop network inside Clemson Park has been approved. “This is a very important […]
Former Clemson City Councilman Jerry Chapman, named by council last year as the city’s liaison to CATbus, was recently reappointed by the governing body for another year.
Would only apply to outdoor dining areas