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While first responders and emergency management teams monitored the conditions of Hurricane Irma and answered calls for help, researchers at Clemson University looked at the role social media played during the storm.
Khalil Tahrike Shyheim Jenkins, 23, of 550 Simpson St., is charged with domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature, first-degree assault and battery, discharging a firearm into a vehicle and malicious injury to personal property following the incident, which happened shortly after 9 p.m. Thursday on Summit Drive.
Members of a local chapter that works with the homeless visited the South Carolina Vocational Rehabilitation office in Seneca recently to learn more about the services available to help clients improve their lives.
While line workers continue to make progress, there are still thousands of customers in Oconee and Pickens without power following damage earlier this week caused by the remnants of Hurricane Irma.