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A Seneca woman will spend the next year in prison after pleading guilty to felony DUI Tuesday in connection with a New Year’s Day accident that killed her two preschool daughters.
When addressing crime statistics in South Carolina, Oconee County sheriff Mike Crenshaw says fighting the drug problem is a key to decreasing all crime.
A more than 200-page report recently released by the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) said the state’s violent crime rate has increased 9.5 percent since 1975, while some nonviolent crimes have decreased.
Swinney uses platform to help fight breast cancer
I’m interested in getting a walk-in bathtub for my wife that’s easy for her to get into and out of, but could use some assistance. Can you offer any consumer tips?
The awareness team at BorgWarner Seneca has fostered two kinds of awareness within their facility — breast cancer and traffic safety.
Additional funds needed to continue Clemson Habitat homecoming tradition
Clemson University students, alumni and fans will pack Littlejohn Coliseum Friday for the 58th annual Tigerama homecoming pep rally.