Extensive repairs are still underway after below-freezing temperatures burst pipes, broke sprinklers and caused flooding across Clemson during winter break.
A crew is working to remove water, wall and ceiling damage from Dockside Clemson and fix essential safety systems to allow the property to reopen in phases, according to the City of Clemson Fire Marshal.
The City of Clemson Fire Marshal issued an unsafe structure notice to the Dockside Clemson apartments on Wednesday, saying that damage has impacted the fire alarms, sprinklers and elevators.
A burst water pipe flooded numerous apartments at the Dockside Clemson apartments after below-freezing temperatures struck the area this past weekend.
The Clemson City Council is considering an ordinance that will extend the requirement to provide and maintain proper pet waste disposal stations at all high-density residential developments that allow pets, including patio and town home developments.
At the City Council meeting on Nov. 21. the Clemson City Council passed an ordinance to allow the Board of Architectural Review (BAR) to approve variances for small additions to existing structures.
US general elections will be held nationwide on Tuesday, Nov. 8. In this year’s midterm elections, 34 Senate seats, along with all 435 House of Representatives positions, will be contested.
Three arrests were made in connection with a shooting late last month in the parking lot of the Golden View Baptist Church, according to a press release from the City of Clemson Police Department.
Over a dozen people gathered on the bridge, located to the southwest of Clemson’s campus on S.C. Highway 93, to remember the life of Tucker Hipps, who died on Sept. 22, 2014, during an early morning pledge run.
US general elections will be held nationwide on Tuesday, Nov. 8. In this year’s midterm elections 34 Senate seats, along with all 435 House of Representatives positions, will be contested.
The Clemson Police Department is investigating a shooting Tuesday evening in the parking lot of the Golden View Baptist Church on 105 Church Street.
Clemson is accepting bids for a large-scale redevelopment of the space at College Avenue and Tiger Boulevard. The mixed-use development will add new retail, office and housing buildings, including up to 1,800 beds of student housing.
The 2021 First Friday Parade will take place Friday, Sept. 9, at 6 p.m. on Highway 93. This is a traditional event hosted by Central Spirit that brings the Clemson community together to kickoff for football season.
The new Dockside development on Tiger Boulevard continues to face construction issues, resulting in delays that have left residents in hotels and other accommodations for nearly a month.
34 alcohol violations were given out this past weekend by the City of Clemson Police Department and Clemson University Police Department, according to incident reports.
Clemson’s chapter of Turning Point USA will be hosting former White House Press Secretary and current Fox News host Kayleigh McEnany on Saturday, April 30 in Old Main.
City of Clemson Mayor Robert Halfacre provided an update on the city’s plans to improve downtown Clemson in the upcoming year, addresing concerns related to growth during an April Student Senate meeting.
The victim of a homicide at the Village Green Townhomes off Tiger Boulevard has been identified, according to a statement released by Pickens County Coroner Kandy Kelley.
The Clemson University Police Department (CUPD) and the City of Clemson Police Department appear to have enforced the underage drinking laws in downtown Clemson bars more in the fall semester compared to the previous year.
Residents of the off-campus apartments at The Pier were asked to shelter in place after a chemical mix in a home emitted a potentially dangerous gas onto the property.
New fake ID scanning technology has recently been endorsed by the Clemson Police Department for fake IDs, also known as fakes, to be more easily detected in downtown Clemson.
Clemson residents may not have been fans of construction downtown, but all of that hard work is paying off for the newest members of the downtown business community: The Shepherd Hotel. Not only will it be the newest hotel for Death Valley visitors, but the hotel is partnering with ClemsonLI…
170 residents of a new student housing development on Old Greenville Highway remain unable to move-in after weeks of construction delays. Supply-chain bottlenecks, labor shortages and a holdup in city inspections have caused the delay, according to the developer.
Downtown Clemson business owners, Clemson students, and city residents called into Monday’s City Council meeting to voice opposition to extending the city’s COVID-19 emergency ordinance, which includes face covering requirements and limitations on bars and restaurants.
Emergency services responded to a 911 call early Friday morning about a person reported to be in distress in Lake Hartwell, north of the Highway 123 bridge connecting Pickens and Oconee counties.
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