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After questionable weather all weekend, the Jo & Bill Trent Anderson Regional Airshow in Anderson was able to take place on Sunday. [Read More]
Troopers were on scene of a crash involving injuries in Powdersville Sunday morning. [Read More]
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Clemson Boulevard location will be second in South Carolina for the Utah-based sporting goods chain... [Read More]
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Low pay, teachers argue, has kept some students from becoming teachers and has helped drive current teachers out of the profession. [Read More]
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Suspect Dimitrios Pagourtzis has been arrested. A vigil was held for the 10 killed and others injured in the Santa Fe High School shooting... [Read More]
The co-founder and CEO of Table Rock Tea Company has big dreams. [Read More]
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Beeson Development is seeking $42.5 million in damages related to rejections of five proposed Powdersville projects... [Read More]
An Iva father of five died Thursday night after running off the road and striking a tree, according to the Anderson County Coroner's Office. [Read More]
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Seneca police are asking for the public's help as they search for a man who has been charged with killing a young woman during a... [Read More]
A $6.7 million makeover begins at Anderson Regional Airport soon after Sunday's Air Show. [Read More]
Thunderstorm threat forces Anderson County officials to cancel Saturday's show at the regional airport... [Read More]
A South Carolina congressman and governor's candidate are being criticized for comments about the Women's March on Washington and the #MeToo movement. [Read More]
Attorney General Alan Wilson and his two GOP challengers, William Herlong and Rep. Todd Atwater, traded barbs at a Republican luncheon in Greenville. [Read More]
The South Carolina Pastors Alliance held a news conference at the Statehouse calling out senators who failed to pass a personhood bill. [Read More]
Enjoy the view of Lake Hartwell and Lake Keowee from these restaurants that sit right on the water... [Read More]
Besides his conviction in Florida, former Anderson County resident John Simpson will face a federal complaint in South Carolina, authorities said. [Read More]
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