The Clinton Dept. of Public Safety is investigating a shooting on Sunday night on North Bell St.
The Open Door Christian Center, located in downtown Clinton, is home to a soup kitchen that provides 15,000 meals per year to the homeless and those in need. Geraldine’s Soup Kitchen is open Monday thru Friday from noon to 1pm.
CLINTON, S.C. – The Presbyterian College men’s basketball team mounted several rallies in the second half but Wofford outlasted the Blue Hose in a 68-58 win Saturday evening at the Templeton Center in Clinton, S.C.
By a 5-0 vote, Clinton City Council approved World War II veterans as the Christmas Parade grand marshals. The council held a called meeting Monday evening to make the decision.
The Christmas at Presbyterian College concert is always one of the biggest events the college puts on each year, and this year will be no different. “A Celtic Christmas,” the title of this year’s concert, harkens back to PC’s ancestral highlands and continues with this theme in its song selections and musical compositions, which will feature music from mostly Celtic and Scottish cultures, as well as music characteristic of those cultures.
The City of Clinton Department of Public Works Sanitation Division will revise their garbage collection schedule for the week of November 22 due to the observation of the Thanksgiving holidays on Thursday November 26 and Friday November 27.
The Clinton Lady Red Devils opened up the 2015-16 season with an exciting 35-34 victory over Spartanburg Christian Academy in a tournament at Woodruff High School on Monday night.
CLINTON, S.C. – Ed Drew hit a career-high 26 points, while Reggie Dillard added 16, to lead the Presbyterian College men’s basketball team to the 95-79 win over The Citadel in action Saturday evening at Templeton Center in Clinton, S.C.
CLINTON, S.C.– The Presbyterian College football team forced four turnovers to win its final game of the 2015 season, 14-6, over Kennesaw State at Bailey Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Blue Hose (2-9, 1-5 Big South) saw multiple players reach season and career milestones in the Senior Day victory, while the PC defense held the Owls (6-5, 2-4 Big South) to their lowest point total of the season in the first-ever meeting between the two schools.