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Commerce, roads, nonprofits on county council’s wish list Commerce, roads, nonprofits on county council’s wish list

Repairing roads, creating more commerce parks and supporting nonprofits that save taxpayers money are among Pickens County Council’s wish list for the future. 

City official gives annual leased property report on nonprofits City official gives annual leased property report on nonprofits

Clemson assistant city Administrator Andy Blondeau told city council recently that despite significant repairs to the Calhoun Bridge Center, the nonprofits housed in the center are doing an excellent job managing the facilities leased to them by the city.

Green Crescent officials ask Clemson for $1M Green Crescent officials ask Clemson for $1M

The long-discussed Green Crescent Trail seeking to connect pedestrian and biking opportunities in the Clemson area could begin showing progress if Clemson City Council approves a $1 million proposal to get the project started.

Clemson briefs: Clemson women return to action against Irish Clemson briefs: Clemson women return to action against Irish

CLEMSON — A week removed from a narrow loss at eighth-ranked N.C. State, the Clemson women’s basketball team will have another chance to make a splash when reigning national champion Notre Dame comes to town tonight.

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Walking on the judgmental side today? Walking on the judgmental side today?

Willie: I received a call from a “Social Security office” lady who stated her name and ID number, and said my Social Security number had been tagged with drug trafficking.

Tigers bounce back strong against Pittsburgh Tigers bounce back strong against Pittsburgh

CLEMSON — After a dismal effort from long range and a heartbreaking finish in its last outing, there wasn’t a repeat showing for the Clemson men’s basketball team Tuesday night against Pittsburgh.

Rogers leads Bobcats in dominant win over Patriots Rogers leads Bobcats in dominant win over Patriots

SENECA — The Seneca High School boys’ basketball team entered Tuesday’s contest against Powdersville needing a win to help secure a top-two finish in the Western 3A region.

Memory Cafe offers respite for those with dementia and their caregivers Memory Cafe offers respite  for those with dementia  and their caregivers

Enduring Alzheimer’s disease, or any other type of dementia or brain disorder, can be a trying time — not only for the individual, but also the caregiver.

Seneca girls finish strong to beat Powdersville Seneca girls finish strong to beat Powdersville

SENECA — Coming off of short rest and a big win against Franklin County (Ga.) on Monday, Seneca High School girls’ basketball coach Ashlen Dewart didn’t like the play of her team in the first half Tuesday against Powdersville.

High school roundup: Walhalla girls earn close road win High school roundup: Walhalla girls earn close road win

PICKENS — The Walhalla High School girls’ basketball team won its fourth straight game on Tuesday, defeating Pickens on the road by just two, 48-46.

Pickens County School Board OKs first reading of employability credential policy Pickens County School Board OKs first reading of employability credential policy

A proposed new policy that would set up a career-based course of study for students with disabilities unanimously passed first reading by the Pickens County School Board.

Crime briefs: Police: Woman arrested after newborn’s drug test Crime briefs: Police: Woman arrested after newborn’s drug test

Sierra Dawn Stamey, of Old Yellow Branch Road, is charged with one count of unlawful neglect of a child.

Offensive lineman commits to Gamecocks Offensive lineman commits to Gamecocks

South Carolina now has a complete offensive line committed for its 2019 recruiting class.