From lawyers and administrators to educators and retailers, the latest class of Leadership South Carolina gathered for the first time Sept. 9 with a shared vision: better themselves and those around them.
In coordination with International Beach/River Sweep, the Pickens Countywide Stormwater Consortium is holding a River Sweep stream cleanup from 7 to 10 a.m. Saturday at Towne Creek Trail.
Soybean rust was detected on samples in Dorchester County Sept. 9, the second and third cases in South Carolina this year.
The prospect of saving time and money was all it took for a group of farmers at the Clemson University Edisto Research and Education Center to fall silent.
"Expeditions with Patrick McMillan," a public-television nature series produced by Clemson University video productions is building a national following.
Soybean rust was found for the first time this year in South Carolina in a sentinel plot near Carnes Crossroads, an area between Moncks Corner and Summerville in Berkeley County.
The Clemson University Center for Watershed Excellence has teamed with the city of Aiken to design and implement natural treatment systems that will greatly enhance stormwater infiltration in downtown watersheds.
Carolina Clear wants to gauge what Pee Dee residents understand about their local water quality and what effects their actions can have.
An historic chapel on the former Navy base could one day look familiar on the outside, but lead an entirely new life on the inside.