E.A. Sween Company establishing operations in Greenwood County.
$38 million investment will create 300 new jobs
E.A. Sween Company, a leading supplier in the ready-to-eat sandwich industry, has announced plans to establish operations in Greenwood County.
The company is investing $...
The Blood Connection Partners with Local Law Enforcement Agencies During National Week of Recognition.
Blood Drives to Help Urgent Need for Blood Donations
GREENVILLE – In recognition of National Law Enforcement Week, The Blood Connection (TBC) is urging the community to honor local...
Clinton City Council will conduct 2 meetings May 16 - one on the budget.
MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL
CITY OF CLINTON
Mayor – Bob McLean
Danny Cook – Ward 1
Shirley Jenkins – Ward 2
Robbie Neal – Ward 3
Gary Kuykendall – Ward 4
Mayor Pro Tem-Ronnie Roth- Ward 5
Megan Walsh – Ward 6
VICE PRESIDENT for Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion.
Presbyterian College president Dr. Matthew vandenBerg announced today that Dr. Selena Blair is the college’s first Rogers-Ingram Vice President for Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion.
Blair is currently the director of...
BASEBALL on local radio Saturday night - 18-11 Clinton won Thursday, AT Chapman next on Radio.
This Saturday, Clinton High Varsity Baseball - District 3 Champions - will advance in the Winners Bracket to play at 7 pm at Chapman High School in Inman. Voice of the Red Devils Buddy Bridges and the...
MURDER SUSPECT IS SOUGHT -- Chester -- info in attached PDF.
The FBI is assisting the Chester County Sheriff’s office in locating Vangereil Dretreckes Miller, who has warrants for murder. Miller is wanted for a March 6, 2022 shooting incident that left two dead, and three others...
Town Rhythms Is Back - June 23, Uptown Clinton, flyer and photo attached.
The Barker Duke Band are key players in the Catalinas.
The Catalinas began in 1957 in Myers Park Hight School in Charlotte, NC and celebrate their 65th anniversary in 2022. The band's popularity is based primarily in...
PC School of Pharmacy graduates 53 during 9th hooding ceremony.
The Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy sent 53 new doctors of pharmacy into the world Friday (May 6) – encouraging them to serve with integrity and become passionate advocates for their patients and profession.
BREAKING NEWS -- COLLEGE COMPLETES INVESTIGATION, fraternity is disbanded and cannot return.
Dear Presbyterian College Community,
The independent investigation into the events of Feb. 11 has now concluded, and I write to inform you of the results of that important work.
PC’s use of an impartial,...
Middle Schoolers: those phones must be invisible.
With one reading and no one from the public wishing to comment, the District 56 Board of Trustees has adopted a policy change that will greet middle schoolers next year with the requirement that they keep cell phones silent and not visible.