With many spending time around the Thanksgiving table today sharing the things they are grateful for this year, local leaders expressed their gratitude with readers of The Journal.
South Carolina has scored just 17 total points in its last two meetings with Clemson, in what were both lopsided wins by the Tigers, but the Gamecocks have reason for optimism come Saturday night.
It’s hard to imagine the Daniel High School football team getting out to a worse start than the one it experienced at South Pointe last Friday.
South Carolina basketball coach Frank Martin and head coach Tony Bergeron of the Woodstock (Conn.) Academy elite post-graduate team are longtime pals.
As many hunker down indoors for a Thanksgiving Day meal, South Cove County Park will be full through Saturday with those celebrating the holiday.
Plenty of opportunities are available for those who want to lend a helping hand to the Feed the 5,000 event at Our Daily Bread on Jordan Street in Seneca today.
Walhalla water and sewer customers in the Stribling Shoals Road service area should see increased water pressure once a booster pump station is installed on the road.
The water tower on Harrison Avenue in Walhalla may soon have a new look — featuring a Razorback.
With an estimated 49 million Americans hopping in the car to travel for Thanksgiving, the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office is reminding drivers to be patient and plan ahead for their trips.
For those getting ready to shop ‘til they drop and take advantage of Black Friday deals across the Golden Corner, the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office has a few safety reminders.
Duke Energy is donating to the volunteer group that assists in building the statewide mountains-to-sea Palmetto Trail.
The name of the city hosting Pickens County’s “A Salute to Veterans” program on Nov. 11 was not lost on U.S. Rep. Jeff Duncan.
Security windows will be installed in the customer service area of Walhalla’s City Hall.
Since its inception more than five years ago, the Clemson Community Foundation has reinvested more than $100,000 into the local community by assisting various nonprofits.