The Clinton 9-10 All-Stars needed two games in the championship round to knock off Edgefield and win the Dixie Youth District 3 championship on Wednesday in Iva.
Clinton City Council voted Tuesday to join the growing chorus of supporters for moving the Confederate battle flag from a place of honor and prominence on the Statehouse grounds in Columbia.
Clinton experienced two major tree failures on Thursday resulting from a severe thunderstorm that hit the city.
The Presbyterian College (PC) Board of Trustees announced today that Robert (Bob) Emmett Staton has been selected to serve as president of PC effective July 15, while a nationwide search is conducted for a new president for the College.
Five members of the School District 56 Board of Trustees agreed to a balanced budget at $22 million, without a property tax increase for operations, during a meeting Monday night.
Presbyterian College President Dr. Claude C. Lilly has announced he will step down as President effective July 15.
The Laurens Raiders and the Clinton Red Devils took part in a 5-team 7-on-7 competition at Laurens High School on Tuesday morning.
The City of Clinton Department of Public Works Sanitation Division will revise their garbage collection schedule for the week of June 28, 2015 due to the observation of the 4th of July holiday on Friday July 3, 2015.