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House fire under investigation House fire under investigation

A fire that destroyed a home in Townville early Wednesday morning is under investigation after about 50 emergency officials responded to the scene.

PCSO: No criminal activity in house fire PCSO: No criminal activity in house fire

The Pickens County Sheriff’s Office investigation into a fire that destroyed a home near Central on Tuesday didn’t show any evidence of wrongdoing.

Performing arts center vandalized Performing arts center vandalized

A Walhalla woman faces several charges after police allege she vandalized the Walhalla Performing Arts Center.

CU police give pizza to studying students CU police give pizza to studying students

The Clemson University Police Department helped students who were studying for exams this week with a popular food — pizza.

County’s loss is Seneca’s gain County’s loss is Seneca’s gain

Oconee County lost its administrator Tuesday night, as Scott Moulder resigned before accepting the job as Seneca city administrator on Wednesday.

Clemson music festival benefits nonprofits, again Clemson music festival benefits nonprofits, again

Greater Clemson Musical Festival organizer Vince Jackson said the eighth-annual event was another success, benefiting three local nonprofits.

Former Lion, Tiger receives new kidney Former Lion, Tiger receives new kidney

GREER — A few months shy of their 20th anniversary, Michelle Young gave her husband, Will, a life-changing gift.

Not everybody is as trustworthy as they should be Not everybody is as trustworthy as they should be

Willie: I fell in Aldi’s parking lot earlier last month, and there was a lot of attention.

Gamecocks get pledge from graduate transfer Gamecocks get pledge from graduate transfer

The South Carolina football team’s 2018 recruiting class is now whole.

WOE, KOBA to hold ‘Earth Day in May’ WOE, KOBA to hold ‘Earth Day in May’

Duke Energy and the Keep Oconee Beautiful Association are teaming up for the second annual “Earth Day in May.”

Going out! Going out!

Use our calendar to make your weekend plans.

Westminster testing fire hydrants this month Westminster testing fire hydrants this month

The annual flow testing of the hydrants could last into June, but the tests should not interfere with water pressure, according to the fire department.