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The Clerk of Court says it’s still unclear what has caused the 6 health complaints and 3 medical visits. One person was rushed to the hospit…
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Some services charge a membership or delivery fee, others like Walmart Grocery don’t deliver, but the personal shoppers are free.
Police warn, be careful how you vet buyers and sellers online, and always choose a safe place like a police station parking lot to do transa…
Gaffney Police are investigating the city’s fourth major shooting in as many months.
The Spartanburg County Republican Party Chairman is leading the charge, saying since the recession hit, state lawmakers have shortchanged lo…
You’ll also find a helpful link to figure out your voting district and precinct.
Cypress Creek Renewables plans to invest $1.5billion to build 2GW of solar power in the state.
The tax would last for 6 years and raise $224 million to replace aging government buildings.
The suspect, Samuel Jeter was hit at least twice and arrested after being released from the hospital.
Many of the members of the Early Response Team with the United Methodist Church just got back from helping storm victims in Florida, and now…
Over the next few weeks, there is free, in-person help for families looking to get help paying for college.
League organizers say the silent initiative was so successful, many are continuing it for the season.
Many women and some men are coming forward to support the movement which encourages people to talk about sexual harassment and abuse.
Boy Scouts is clearing up misconceptions, saying the program will not be co-ed, but instead of separate boy and girl groups.
Reverend Rob Lee was invited to Spartanburg Methodist College to lead the discussion after he was forced to resign from his NC church for sp…
From a big Southwest sale going on now, to the use of flight trackers, there are ways to boost your savings before you take off.
This coming month, fundraisers like Pearls and Pumps as well as the American Cancer Society’s Greenville Gala will help support the cause at…
The CityMD survey finds people ages 18-34 are more likely to go to work and places like the grocery store even when they have flu symptoms
7News helps a Laurens County man look for his brother
One school raised $1000 thanks to the bright idea of a 5th grader who wanted to help.
The training lasts the entire school year and the end goal is to help them gain independence.
Experts say, once again, TV’s will be rock bottom, but there are plenty of other categories where you can score great deals
The company says those customers are using too much data on roaming networks
Blue Cross Blue Shield had requested the hike, mainly because the Federal Government is expected to stop funding a major subsidy.
From finding out if you’re impacted to freezing your credit, don’t wait to protect your identity.
The Pelham-Batesville Fire Station on Highway 14 is 28 years old and has structural and space issues.
“Pupilscreen” shows pupil reaction in brain trauma victims is different than that of healthy people
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.
From bogus charities and Go Fund Me pages, to damaged cars that eventually hit the market, watch out for con artists who try to make a buck …