Laurens defeated Clinton, 9-6, on Wednesday in a cross-county rivalry that was more mess than baseball game.
TD Bank and the Arbor Day Foundation recently announced that the City of Clinton will receive a $20,000 grant from TD Green Streets to support innovative urban greening and tree-planting projects in low-to-moderate income areas of the community. Clinton was one of 10 U.S. cities selected for grants this year of up to $20,000 from TD Green Streets.
The City of Clinton collects a two-percent hospitality tax within its city limits. The avowed intent of the assessment was to boost the city’s recreation programs, specifically, a baseball complex.
For the third consecutive year, Clinton High School scientists are champions of the South Carolina Science Olympiad, contested Saturday at Newberry College.
Presbyterian College Director of Athletics Danny Sterling announced Tuesday that women’s basketball head coach Todd Steelman has resigned, effective immediately.
Calleigh Jacks was crowned the first-ever Miss Clinton High School in the March 10 pageant at CHS. Seventeen students competed to be crowned Miss Clinton High School 2018.
When the Clinton Family YMCA began a yearly series of youth prayer breakfasts, it wasn't Gene Simmons' idea, but he was at the meeting.
Presbyterian College and Head Football Coach Tommy Spangler announced Tuesday the addition of former Blue Hose football player and 2015 graduate Tamyn Garrick as assistant coach. He will direct the quarterbacks.
Clinton Middle School held off a challenge by Green Charter School to claims its 16th consecutive South Carolina Science Olympiad Championship on Saturday at Newberry College.