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Gamecocks add game against Akron Gamecocks add game against Akron

The South Carolina football team announced Friday it has added a home date against Akron on Dec. 1 at Williams-Brice Stadium.

Tigers gain hardwood commitment Tigers gain hardwood commitment

The early signing period for basketball is next week, and Clemson coach Brad Brownell will be signing three guards to help offset the loss of this year’s starting backcourt.  

Skits emphasize bullying problem at younger age to prevent domestic violence Skits emphasize bullying problem at younger age to prevent domestic violence

South Carolina is among the leaders in the nation when it comes to domestic violence, and a group of actors from California spent day and evening in Walhalla on Thursday hoping to emphasize ways to address the problem.

Duncan says his values align with constituents Duncan says his values align with constituents

U.S. Rep. Jeff Duncan said he believes his values best mirror the values of the people in the Third Congressional District, making him the best candidate in Tuesday’s race for Congress.

Geren eyes expanded, affordable health care Geren eyes expanded, affordable health care

South Carolina’s Third Congressional District has been represented by a Republican since 1994, but Democratic candidate Mary Geren said she believes she is the one to break that cycle.

Your vote, your responsibility Your vote, your responsibility

Imagine waking up one morning and finding out that something happened the night before that you didn’t like — and you could have done something about it.

Pickens County Meals on Wheels needs new drivers Pickens County Meals on Wheels needs new drivers

Pickens County Meals on Wheels needs volunteers to fill its most vital roles. 

Candidates address affordable housing problem at forum Candidates address affordable housing problem at forum

The eight candidates for three seats on Clemson City Council in Tuesday’s general election addressed the need for affordable housing in the city during a forum this week sponsored by the League of Women Voters of the Clemson Area.