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Council sees options on portion of Whitten Center property master plan

Clinton, S.C. – The undeveloped and heavily wooded areas which the City of Clinton acquired from Whitten Center could eventually include areas set aside for industrial uses, large parcel residential areas and a small commercial area if council adopts and begins working toward WK Dickson’s tentative master plan. Clinton City Council and residents of the…

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District 56 seeks input on modified ’23/’24 calendar

Clinton, South Carolina – Clinton District 56 may be joining Laurens District 55 in taking on a modified school year calendar for the 2023/24 school year, but it won’t make that final decision until late this month. At last week’s regular District 55 school board meeting on Monday, May 23, the board approved a modified…

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PC announces lacrosse incident conclusions, punishments

Presbyterian College President Matthew vandenBerg announced Thursday that four students have been expelled and a fraternity has been permanently banned from campus following an investigation into an incident that occurred at a women’s lacrosse game this past February. According to the release from PC, an independent investigation conducted by attorney Cindy Crick validated reports that…

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Clinton holds public recreation meeting March 14, hires manager

Clinton, S.C. – After months seeking a new full time city manager, Clinton City Council last week made the decision in a special called meeting to hire Thomas Brooks, and Brooks was present during council’s regular meeting last week. Brooks will not begin working for the city until May 1, but he sat next to interim…

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Clinton may soon see new restaurant, Starbucks

Clinton, S.C. – Earlier this week an official with the City of Clinton had verified that two new unnamed restaurants were planning to locate near the I-26 and Hwy. 72 interchange, and now one of them appears to be Starbucks, judging from an agenda item for Clinton City Council’s regular March meeting this upcoming Monday,…

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All-volunteer Habitat gets new partnership with Prisma

  Clinton, S.C.  – When Prisma Health volunteers began preparing on Thursday to paint primer over the sheetrock in the newest Habitat for Humanity home in Clinton, they saw notes of edification and praise written on walls in each room. “Thank you Lord for this bedroom,” one message read. “Philippians 4:4. I will rejoice!” “We…

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Timmons debuts Facade Improvement Grant, dinner theater

Among Clinton City Council’s business Monday afternoon was the adoption of a resolution accepting the City of Clinton Facade Improvement Grant Program, which will allow matching grants up to $10,000 in financial assistance for owners of private business property within the city’s historic downtown boundaries. Two years ago the funds were pegged for just this…

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