We need Congress — and all Americans — to know that (Wall Street) reform doesn’t just help create a more stable economy; it would actually improve the lives of everyday American families.
Monica Rosco was hoping the summer of 2010 would be the perfect time for her 15-year-old son to experience his first part-time job.
Planning Commissioner Andrea “Andy” Heller got a big surprise at the end of Tuesday night’s workshop with Oconee County Council to review changes to county zoning law.
Trehel Corporation President and CEO Will Huss has always believed in serving others, allowing actions to speak louder than words. His efforts have not gone unnoticed.
An impasse between the state and an engineering firm is holding up Oconee County’s $4.2 million runway extension project, according to sources knowledgeable about the situation.
The city of Clemson has received state approval for $200,000 worth of improvements designed to enhance air and water quality at the two Indoor Rec Center pools.
More people are choosing not to seek medical care, and more of those who are getting care don’t have the money to pay for it.
Janet Reese’s life hasn’t exactly been easy. In March, her divorce was finalized. Then the house she called home was destroyed by fire last week.
If Al Gore can win a Nobel Peace Prize for his ideas on global warming, then I should at least get an honorable mention for my ingenious idea for saving gasoline.
Whit Merrifield’s RBI single with one out in the bottom of the 11th inning gave South Carolina its first baseball national championship with a 2-1 victory over UCLA in the College World Series on Tuesday night.
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