The Pelham-Batesville Fire Station on Highway 14 is 28 years old and has structural and space issues.
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He fled after he said he was sorry, and the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office has not found him.
The storm kicked up a lot of weed and elm pollen, and left ideal breeding grounds for mosquitoes.
With 70,000 still in poverty and 1200 homeless in Greenville Co., United Way says the need is great, despite prosperity.
Daycares are often the only hope for parents who still have to make it to work.
Here’s how to figure out if that text from your bank or insurance provider is bogus.
From tree inspections, to taking in the patio furniture, smart moves now may keep you and your home safe.
The legal clinics include topics like wills and estates, family law, tort law, and consumer law.
The FTC warns the hackers are tricking phone providers into porting the numbers.
The BBB says the bogus breeder has taken money and failed to deliver puppies.
From churches, to schools, to individuals inspired to help, there are many ways to make an impact hundreds of miles away.
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A student at Buffalo Elementary in Union County has the illness, but it’s not the more serious bacterial version, which can be deadly.
There are actually two types of eye damage. One can be permanent.
There’s hopeful news for couples struggling to have a baby.
The scammers offer “special deals” if you pay 6 months up front, and make off with your money
The pending eclipse has certainly become a big learning opportunity for kids. But the serious threat of eye damage poses a real danger.
Counselors say the best thing you can do is get into the early bedtime, wake-up routine several days before.
One major retailer just got 20,000 in stock. Be sure to check for proper safety certification.
No one wants their car towed and there have been changes after a number of complaints over the last several months about a local towing comp…
It has been nearly 4 weeks since Jessica Edens shot 3 people, including her 2 children, and then turned the gun on herself.
Spartanburg County officials are calling on state legislators to help give them more enforcement power.
Rachel Land and Claire Summers from Anderson and Pickens Counties will compete in the Mongol Derby. They say their courage comes from a powe…
Brian Kelly says family health issues have created a backlog. For one bride who just got her video it took 5 years.
Certain industries are so desperate for skilled workers, it gives you more leverage.
Many people don’t realize Census surveys aren’t just every 10 years. Here’s how to tell if your mailing is legitimate.
Balloon Sinuplasty is about a third of the cost of traditional sinus surgery.
Doctors say there are three stages of heat sickness. You don’t want to get to the last one which can cause brain damage and more.
Medical professionals say the jury is still out, but many products are under review.
There are a few steps you can take that can really reduce your bill
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More retailers are using software that tracks everything from your sex and age to your emotions in stores.
The chocolate powder on the market is also laced with other additives found in energy drinks.
A new survey finds a fifth of adults in SC have been a victim of a phone scam.
From room rentals, to t-shirts, your neighbors may be, so why don’t you?
The flights leave 3 times a day, and are in addition to the 4 non-stop flights United offers from GSP to ORD.
From “The 4th” sales to Christmas in July, to Amazon Prime Day, July has a lot more great deals than you might expect.
Duke Energy says it was a “big mistake.”