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An estimated 300 people attended Clemson City Council for the second reading of the Clemson Hub ordinance.

‘Shame on you’: City approves housing development despite resident opposition

Kat Pugh, Asst. News Editor April 17, 2024

Upon hearing Clemson City Council had approved the Clemson Hub project on Keowee Trail, Clemson residents exclaimed, “Shame on you!” and stormed out of City Hall during the development’s second reading...

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Clemson student airlifted after late-night accident

Caroline Block, Editor-in-Chief April 13, 2024

A Clemson student was airlifted to receive medical treatment early Saturday morning following a motor vehicle crash on Old Stone Church Road.  Clemson University Police Department and Clemson University...

A packed house at Clemson City Council ahead of the first reading of the Clemson Hub PD ordinance.

City votes in favor of housing development under threat of lawsuit

Kat Pugh, Asst. News Editor April 4, 2024

In front of a council meeting packed with residents passionate about the future of Abernathy Park and the surrounding area, the Clemson City Council voted 4-3 in favor of the Clemson Hub project on Keowee...

The CATbus is free for all riders and is offered daily.

City of Clemson approves application for 6 new CATbuses powered by natural gas

Kat Pugh, Senior Reporter April 4, 2024

Clemson Area Transit has applied to add six new compressed natural gas buses to the city of Clemson. CAT Interim General Manager Jerry Kerns presented the Clemson Area Transit appeal for two grant funding...

Chart showing trends in Clemson student housing market.

Clemson rents on the rise

Corey Glenn, Senior Reporter April 4, 2024

Rent in Clemson has sharply increased in recent years, according to an investigation by The Tiger. There has been a sharp increase in rent prices from four different apartment complexes over the past...

Nettles Park has various sporting fields and areas for walking, running and other outdoor activities.

Clemson to welcome 8 new pickleball courts this year

Juliana Coates, Senior Reporter March 12, 2024

Nettles Park, adjacent to Patrick Square, will receive eight new pickleball courts this year due to a $250,000 contribution from Clemson University in a partnership with the city of Clemson to expand the...

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Dead body discovered at The Reserve last month

Kailyn Kelly, Asst. News Editor March 6, 2024
The Central Police Department discovered a deceased male at The Reserve last month after his mother asked for the department to conduct a wellness check.
No one fake ID is alike: they vary by state, quality and identifying information.

20% of IDs flagged as fraudulent in ‘promising’ start of fake ID scanning program

Kat Pugh, Senior Reporter March 6, 2024

The implementation of a fake ID scanning pilot program in downtown Clemson has been successful, with nearly 20% of IDs being flagged as fake this year, city of Clemson Police Department Chief Jorge Campos...

The new apartment complex will be adjacent to Lake Hartwell.

Clemson planning commission approves new downtown apartment complex

Corey Glenn, Asst. News Editor February 22, 2024

More student housing is set to be built in Clemson after the City of Clemson planning commission approved a planned-use development for a new apartment building on Keowee Trail during its meeting on Feb....

The program included various local boutiques and shops that are located in downtown Clemson.

New Clemson tourism program receives high participation

Kat Pugh, Senior Reporter January 25, 2024

The Visit Clemson marketing team implemented a new, experimental tourism program in late December and early January. This program was enacted with the "Holiday Passport to Clemson," a physical shopping...

Chief of Police Jorge Campos said last year that fake IDs are a “prolific” problem in Clemson.

Clemson PD receives funding for fake ID scanners

Justin Robertson, Associate Editor January 25, 2024
More accurate fake ID scanners are coming to the area after City Council approves Clemson PD funding initiative.
Clemsons Brook T. Smith Launchpad is now open to all students and faculty.

Clemson University opens new entrepreneurial launchpad downtown

Emma Vick, News Editor January 25, 2024

The Brook T. Smith Launchpad, Clemson’s entrepreneurial hub, opened its doors to all University students, staff and faculty on Jan. 18. The Launchpad will host various events throughout the year,...

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