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Many High School Football Games Moved To Thursday With Chance of Rain Friday

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Oconee Hospital joins GHS family

Wednesday GHS announced that the Oconee Medical Center in Seneca has joined the GHS family and will be known as Oconee Memorial Hospital. READ MORE

Fall for Greenville Schedule Announced

Fall for Greenville is just a little more than a week away... and the city today showcased some of the restaurants that will have food available at the downtown event. Many local restaurants and other vendors will cover... READ MORE

Man Arrested in Store Robbery

Greenville County deputies have arrested a suspect in connection with an armed robbery that happened at the Lil Cricket on Augusta Road Monday morning. According to a press release from the Sheriff's office... READ MORE

Clemson student dies after fall from Carnival cruise ship

Clemson University released a statement on Tuesday announcing the death of a student who fell from a Carnival cruise ship, according to police in South Florida. READ MORE

GHS approves $2 billion budget

The Greenville Health System Board of Trustees Tuesday unanimously passed a $2 billion operating revenue budget that will expand access to patient care, enhance quality and help create more than 500 additional jobs in the Upstate. READ MORE

Coach and Teacher at Spartanburg High is arrested for DUI

District officials said Dedra Kiser, the girls’ cross country coach, was driving seven athletes in a district vehicle to Charleston for an invitational meet. READ MORE

Sen. Scott hosts info sessions

Beginning Monday, the Office of U.S. Senator Tim Scott will host a series of informational sessions for high school students interested in attending one of US service academies...READ MORE

Clemson University student laid to rest

Funeral services for 19 year old Tucker Hipps were held Sunday at Rock Springs Baptist Church in Easley. READ MORE

Hundreds of dogs flown to new homes during rescue event

Around 600 dogs from across the Southeast will be having new homes across the country in what organizers called the “largest animal rescue in South Carolina history”. READ MORE

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