Former Clemson defensive lineman Josh Belk tweeted Friday night he intends to spend the “remainder of his collegiate career” with the South Carolina Gamecocks.
The Clemson men’s basketball team will take on Mississippi State as part of the third annual Never Forget Tribute Classic on Dec. 8 at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J., it was announced Friday.
Willie: All this blowing and bragging about how unemployment is down and the stock market is getting better is nothing to start hooting and hollering about.
Arrests for June 9
The Anderson Mall was placed on lockdown as police searched for a suspect after a shooting injured a man Friday night.
The first order of old business at Tuesday night’s Westminster City Council meeting will be a second reading of the proposed budget for the 2018-19fiscal year, followed by an amendment to the current year’s budget.
Around 30 volunteers got together Thursday morning as part of the United Way of Oconee County’s annual Day of Action.
The morning after the MLB draft came to a conclusion, Clemson head coach Monte Lee already had a firm grasp on exactly who’d be returning to his club next season.
Keowee Key will once again host men and women from the U.S. Marine Special Forces at Camp Lejeune for several days of rest and relaxation.
A 29-year-old man was being held without bond at the Oconee County Detention Center on Thursday after being charged with third-degree criminal sexual misconduct.
Pickens County Council District 1 candidate Margaret Thompson, who will face incumbent Ensley Feemster in Tuesday’s Republican primary, sees herself as a people person.
S.C. Attorney General candidate William Herlong told a group at the Keowee Key Events Center Thursday he is running because he believes incumbent Alan Wilson is “compromised.”
The Clemson Board of Zoning Appeals will hear a request later this month from a local resident to be allowed to house 18 dogs on his property — 15 more than allowed.
The Pickens County Council District 1 seat offers two distinctly different choices to represent residents of Clemson in an important leadership role.