First Presbyterian Church of Clinton is making counseling available to the community by designating a private room in the church for this service. Dr. Ann Stidham, licensed psychologist, will be providing the counseling.
The City of Clinton is making plans for the 3rd annual Rhythm on the Rails (ROTR) festival in downtown Clinton. ROTR will take place on Friday, May 19 and Saturday, May 20.
CLINTON, S.C. – Chris Clemons scored 23 points and hit six three-pointers, including five in the first half, to help Campbell hold off several Blue Hose rallies and take the 70-57 win over the Presbyterian College men’s basketball team in Big South action Saturday afternoon at the Templeton Center in Clinton, S.C. Ed Drew paced the Blue Hose with 13 points and seven rebounds.
Clinton City Manager Frank Stovall is one of three finalists for the Conway, SC city administrator’s position, according to a report from MyHorryNews.com.
James Hayes, candidate for Clinton City Council, says that he is taking his name off the ballot for the March 7 municipal election.
CLINTON, S.C. – The Presbyterian College men’s basketball team could not overcome a 12-point High Point lead as the Panthers swept the season series with a 68-58 win Thursday night at the Templeton Center. The Blue Hose fall to 5-19 on the season and 1-12 in the Big South, while the Panthers improve to 14-11, 8-5.
Clinton Red Devil senior wide receiver Donte Reeder might have to get used to snow on the ground during gridiron season - something he rarely saw in South Carolina - as he is going north to play football for a West Virginia university.
A Vilo Boyd steal with 7.5 seconds to play in the game sealed an 81-80 win for the Clinton Red Devils over the Chapman Panthers on Wednesday night at Chapman High School.
Presbyterian College recently hosted its annual Robert M. Vance Lecture Series on Business Ethics. The speaker, William “Bill” Barnet III is the CEO of Barnet Development Company and former mayor of Spartanburg.