Always listening, always encouraging, always asking “Hey, why not give it a go?” David “Whit” Oliver was the cycling community’s poster child for many of the best qualities we humans should aspire to. Godspeed, my friend.
While academics is the institution's primary mission, Student Affairs is poised to augment that mission with experiences that occur outside of the classroom.
This roadway is a typical, two-lane country road without sidewalks or street lights.
The Special Invitational Heavy Athletic Event was held Saturday at McKinney Park in Woodruff. See the photo gallery.
"What do you want to be when you grow up?"
This bill would remove control from towns and cities to pass laws related to zoning for location and density of tobacco and vape shops and tobacco retail licensing.
This podcast features Ryan Heafy, COO of 6AM City.
See more photos from the one-year anniversary of tornado parade from the eastside of Greenville.
This proposal will have wide and lasting negative effects on the city’s residents, business owners and the real estate market as it targets multifamily, commercial and industrial uses.
An open letter to Greenville City Council.
Take a look at the Greenville County School District news including students, teachers and staff.
April 22 marked Earth Day across the U.S., but year-round, Clemson is growing the science and study of sustainability through its study of soil health.
See more from Saturday's Greer International Festival.
Dr. Wynn’s editorial states: “Our biggest lie began in 1619 when 20 enslaved Africans were brought to our shores.”
Editor’s note: This letter is in response to a letter to the editor authored by Dr. Baxter Wynn published in our April 2, 2021 print issue. We welcome input from…