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Top-ranked Tigers open fall camp today Top-ranked Tigers open fall camp today

CLEMSON — When the Clemson Tigers take the field today for the start of fall camp, they will do so as the No. 1 team in the country — at least according to the coaches poll.

‘Large-scale’ cocaine bust leads to arrests ‘Large-scale’ cocaine bust leads to arrests

Oconee County Sheriff Mike Crenshaw said multiple agencies — including the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, Pickens County Sheriff’s Office, Clemson city police, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, Anderson County Sheriff’s Office, Seneca police and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service — worked together to investigate a January 2017 citizen complaint.

2 teens charged in home invasion, gunpoint robbery 2 teens charged in home invasion, gunpoint robbery

Elisha Reid Busby, 18, of 407 S. Townville St., and a juvenile, who was not identified because of his age, are facing nine charges each, including three counts of kidnapping, three counts of armed robbery and one count each of first-degree burglary, safecracking and possession of a weapon during a violent crime.

Local, state police pitch in for Hells Angels rally Local, state police pitch in for Hells Angels rally

While officials haven’t released specific numbers on the rally, law enforcement officers say it’s been a team effort in keeping the Clemson area peaceful during the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club’s summer gathering this week.

Police: Seneca man choked, threatened woman Police: Seneca man choked, threatened woman

Shea Aaron Duncan, 29, is charged with one count of domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature in the incident.

A quiet week A quiet week

The week the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club rode into Clemson will be remembered for what didn’t happen. 

Why do Southern people get flak? Why do Southern people get flak?

Editor: Southern people get a lot of flak about the way we talk.

PCF names interim director PCF names interim director

Mary Roe, who worked as the foundation’s program and development director for seven years, is filling the role former executive director Natalie Britt served in for 11 years. 

Firm to present US 123 corridor study Firm to present US 123 corridor study

The planning firm hired to conduct a study of the U.S. Highway 123 corridor between Seneca and Clemson is ready to present its findings and recommendations to the Oconee County Planning Commission on Monday.

Second Time Around coming to Music on Main Second Time Around coming to Music on Main

A Motown and classic rock band might look familiar to those attending the final Music on Main of the year in Westminster Friday evening. 

Tigers’ Lawrence, Ross look to build on freshman success Tigers’ Lawrence, Ross look to build on freshman success

CLEMSON — It’s safe to say that the impact Trevor Lawrence and Justyn Ross had on Clemson’s offense last season is not typical for most true freshmen in college football.

Clemson plans community zoning workshop Clemson plans community zoning workshop

Zoning issues are controversial in Clemson, especially with the influx of high-rise mixed-use buildings popping up all over downtown.