Clemson City Council has moved forward on the Cochran Road wastewater treatment plant project, approving separate contracts for construction and engineering services for what is expected to cost $18 million when all is said and done.
SENECA — The Seneca High School girls’ basketball team earned a win on its home floor Tuesday, winning big over Belton-Honea Path.
Officials from the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control announced Tuesday that a confirmed case of mumps had been identified with a connection to Clemson University.
Willie: I appreciate the help I get at the Golden Corner Food Pantry
A homeowner shot and killed an inmate who escaped from the Pickens County Prison and kicked down the back door of her home early Tuesday morning.
A couple of local nonprofits will be the beneficiaries of the annual Trio fundraiser from 6-9 p.m. Thursday at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church.
Pickens County’s clean record keeping could help county officials the next time they seek to issue bonds.
Editor: It was 1943. World War II was still almost a year and a half from ending.
Willie: I always enjoy the excitement surrounding voting day.
The Clemson football team is headed back to the College Football Playoff, and for a second time this season, the Tigers are bound for the Lone Star State.
A total of six kiosks pertaining to the Green Crescent Trail will be installed throughout the City of Clemson within the next week.
SPRINGDALE, Ark. — Clemson wide receiver Hunter Renfrow was named the ninth winner of the Burlsworth Trophy on Monday in Springdale, Ark. at a ceremony hosted by the Springdale Rotary Club.
COLUMBIA — When the South Carolina football team closes its season against Virginia in the Belk Bowl later this month, it’ll do so without one of its top players suiting up for action.
The Daniel High School football team was the last team standing out of Region I-4A this season, with its year having come to an end Friday night at Greer in the Class 4A Upper State championship game.