After nearly five hours of 911 calls being diverted to “non-emergency lines” in Oconee County on Thursday, service was restored to AT&T customers experiencing a regional outage that affected their ability to call landlines.
They have been called “the Greatest Generation,” a phrase coined by retired NBC news anchor Tom Brokaw.
Clemson city and university officials are teaming up to celebrate South Carolina Arbor Day through ceremonies scheduled throughout today.
Plans have been proposed to cut at least $181,300 from the proposed $1.9 million renovation of the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority administration building.
A forecast of winter weather for the weekend has caused West Union to cancel its Christmas parade.
Clemson residents and other customers of the Anderson Regional Joint Water System are being asked to conserve as much water as possible due to a water main break.
With a fresh coat of paint, new floors and a fresh, casual menu, Bonaterra quietly opened the newest restaurant on Ram Cat Alley on Oct. 30.
Willie: I need help. I bought the Georgia pecans from a guy for many years here in the Oconee area.
The Clemson and Notre Dame football teams have a few commonalities this season.
Construction of two hotels planned for the Hartwell Village Shopping Center is running behind schedule as 2018 comes to a close.
The Lunney Museum in Seneca is scheduled to open Saturday for a Christmas event — the first time the museum has been open to the public in more than four months.
Two detention officers attacked and injured by inmates escaping from the Pickens County Prison Tuesday morning have been released from the hospital, according to Chief Deputy Creed Hashe.
A Monday traffic stop near Knox Road in Seneca ended with two people charged with trafficking methamphetamine.
CLEMSON — The Clemson basketball team received some welcome news on Wednesday after an uncertain knee injury forced guard Marcquise Reed to leave Tuesday’s game against Saint Peter’s.