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Greenville County man, 27, drowns at ‘The Rock’ Greenville County man, 27, drowns at ‘The Rock’

A 27-year-old Greenville County man drowned Tuesday night at Fall Creek Landing, near The Rock, marking the 19th death at the site in 26 years. 

That’s the last I wanna hear about broken sewing machines That’s the last I wanna hear about broken sewing machines

Willie: See if you can find out who decided to wrap the island across from Dabo’s Lake Keowee house with riprap so nobody could use it.

City Council approves funding for Indoor Rec Center project City Council approves funding for Indoor Rec Center project

On the motion by Mayor Pro Tem John Ducworth, council unanimously approved $250,000 in general fund money and $50,000 in hospitality tax money to the Central-Clemson Indoor Rec Center to be used for a third gymnasium and parking lot expansion.

Former Tiger Redman qualifies for British Open Former Tiger Redman qualifies for British Open

Former Clemson golf All-American and U.S. Amateur champion Doc Redman finished second at the Rocket Mortgage Classic on Sunday, taking home a big paycheck and earning a prestigious event invitation in the process.

Westminster continuing electrical upgrades Westminster continuing electrical upgrades

Another phase in improving Westminster’s electrical system infrastructure has been completed. 

Gamecocks eyeing possible commitments Gamecocks eyeing possible commitments

The football recruiting dead period, which began last Monday, brought some well earned peace and quiet to all involved.

Lake Hartwell Country director: Plenty of tourism opportunities in Upstate Lake Hartwell Country director: Plenty of tourism opportunities in Upstate

While many choose to take advantage of tourism opportunities throughout the state and nation, the executive director of Lake Hartwell Country said plenty of opportunities are available locally, and have been for decades.

DeHay begins new duties at TCTC DeHay begins new duties at TCTC

Monday marked the beginning of a new era at Tri-County Technical College as Galen DeHay officially began his new duties as the fourth president in the school’s 57-year history.

Sewer group rejects money return Sewer group rejects money return

Members of the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority board voted 6-2 Monday not to return about $5 million to the authority’s three member cities — Westminster, Walhalla and Seneca.

Clemson Ph.D. student receives Pat Tillman Foundation scholarship Clemson Ph.D. student receives Pat Tillman Foundation scholarship

A U.S. Navy veteran who suffered a life-changing injury while serving in overseas in the military has received a grant to help fund the remainder of her studies at Clemson University.  

Foothills Insurance agency focuses on value and protecting customers Foothills Insurance agency focuses  on value and protecting customers

When it comes to insurance, Vic Holley says there is more to a policy than the price.