A team definitely in the Class AAA playoffs and slated to host a first round game – South Pointe – visits a Clinton team looking to firm up a spot in the playoffs Friday at Wilder Stadium. For Clinton High Athletics, this is a one-time-only game – the only time the Red Devils will celebrate passing through the 1000 games-played milestone.
A City of Clinton Public Works employee is on house arrest today after allegedly assaulting a citizen with a deadly weapon while on duty Tuesday, Oct. 28.
Bojangles’ has named Andrea Simpson, a biscuit-maker at the Bojangles’ located at 310 Springdale Dr. in Clinton, S.C., a finalist in the 18th annual Master Biscuit Maker Challenge.
The Presbyterian College football team will send off its 15 seniors on Saturday with the 2014 home finale against Liberty on Saturday at 2 p.m. PC picked up its fifth win of the season on Saturday in a 18-12 effort over Monmouth and improved its FCS record) and record at Bailey Memorial Stadium) to 4-1 on the year. The Blue Hose will face another test this weekend in Liberty, who earned its first Big South Conference victory with a 34-0 home blanking of Gardner-Webb in its League opener.
District 56 taxpayers can expect to realize a $2.66 million savings on a bond issue that constructed a new Clinton High School and financed work at other schools, because of a bond refinancing.
The Clinton Family YMCA and the City of Clinton is taking its Youth basketball registration and cheerleading for ages 5 – 12 with five different playing divisions being offered this season as of the December 11th deadline.
The Presbyterian College football team's road game at Ole Miss on Saturday, November 8 has been set for a noon Eastern time (11 a.m. Central time) kickoff on the SEC Network.
The Clinton High School girl’s tennis team dropped a 6-1 decision to Chapin High School on Monday night in the AAA playoffs. Clinton finishes the season at 11-3.
The GoClinton Pet of the Week is a brown, female Lab mix.
Down by two points with 4:19 to go in its Saturday Homecoming game against Monmouth, quarterback Heys McMath (Savannah, Ga.) and the Presbyterian College football team mounted a game-winning touchdown drive to knock off the Monmouth Hawks for a dramatic Big South Conference victory, 18-12.