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Officials identified 27-year-old Thomas Landon Gallman, of Greenville County, as the man who drowned Tuesday evening at Fall Creek Landing after he attempted to recover a water bottle that floated away.
Motorists across the Carolinas are feeling their wallets squeezed more than usual at the gas pumps ahead of Independence Day this week, according to a AAA of the Carolinas.
Oconee County Fire Chief Charlie King was named the 73rd president of the South Carolina State Firefighters’ Association at last week’s state convention in Columbia.
More pets go missing on July 4th than any other day of the year. This means July 5th is often the busiest day for most animal shelters.
Clemson City councilman Mark Cato is once again requesting to have a police officer present at city council meetings.
The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control is putting together a “compliance agreement” with the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority and has concerns that the member cities of the authority are not working together well, according to information presented to the board this week.
In the living room of her parents’ home on Clemson Boulevard, Shirley Neimeyer remembered her daughter, Vanessa, as someone who was “sassy” and “loved life.”
El Asia Hassian Muhammad, 19, of Easley, was being held at the Oconee County Detention Center after the wreck in which a police chase ended inside the home at 11:37 p.m. on Clemson Boulevard near Wells Highway, killing 39-year-old Vanessa Leanne Neimeyer.