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Recent articles by Chloe:

Clemson Police release initial findings of deadly house fire investigation

Multiple agencies are continuing to investigate a deadly house fire that claimed the life of a restaurant owner. → Read More

Spartanburg Co. deputies awarded for ‘above and beyond’ actions

The South Carolina Sheriff’s Association’s Medal of Valor is awarded to officers “who perform actions above and beyond the call of duty.” → Read More

New app allows families to report bullying, threats to Greenwood School District 50

Greenwood School District 50 introduced its new app this week as a way to improve communication with families. → Read More

Spartanburg Co. beginning welfare calls program

Living alone and away from family can be worrisome for many people. → Read More

Greenwood Co. homes condemned due to tornado damage

Fallen branches and uprooted trees lined Deadfall Road East Friday in Greenwood County. → Read More

New Laurens Co. School District 55 program fast tracks education degrees for students

At the start of the 2022-2023 school year, there were 1,474 vacant teaching positions in South Carolina, according to the Center for Educator Recruitment, Retention and Advancement, including many in Laurens County School District 55. → Read More

Upstate soup kitchens prepare to serve hundreds over holiday weekend

It will likely be a full house at the Spartanburg Soup Kitchen this Christmas weekend. → Read More

Highway Patrol to monitor for impaired drivers during holiday weekend

South Carolina Highway Patrol will be monitoring the roads for impaired drivers this holiday weekend. → Read More

Veterans board hopes to build Heroes Plaza for first responders, service members

Lights and ornaments illuminate the lobby of Laurens County’s Veterans Affairs (VA) office. → Read More

Abbeville Co. building monument in honor of slain law enforcement officers

Photos of Constable Donnie Ouzts and Sgt. Danny Wilson were pinned to wreaths that were laid in front of the Abbeville County Sheriff’s Office Thursday. → Read More

Laurens Police warn about porch pirates amid holiday season

The Laurens Police Department is warning about porch pirates as the holidays approach. → Read More

Friend waiting for answers after woman’s body found in Cherokee Co.

CHEROKEE COUNTY, S.C. (WSPA) – To her friend, Emily King was a “beautiful soul.” “She used to tell me every time I saw her, ‘Heather you’re so pretty,'” said Heather Price. Price said she had been friends with King for two years. “I was in shock,” said Price. The Cherokee County coroner said King was found lying face down in the grass. According to Price, King got into an argument with her… → Read More

Greenville Co. families continue traditions at Christmas tree farm

Brian Fink and his family have owned Mystic Farm for more than 40 years. → Read More

Laurens Co. Humane Society at risk of closing due to funding

The Laurens County Humane Society is at risk of closing if it does not raise enough money to stay open. → Read More

‘It’s been challenging,’ Spartanburg Soup Kitchen preps for Thanksgiving with limited donations

The Spartanburg Soup Kitchen is preparing to serve more than 1,000 meals on Thanksgiving. → Read More

Plans presented to Laurens City Council for new downtown hotel

The city restarted the discussions this year. City Administrator Eric Delgado requested proposals to turn the Truist Building on Main Street into a boutique hotel. → Read More

Greenwood School District 50 using new weapons detection system in schools

Greenwood School District 50 is implementing a new weapons detection system at its middle and high schools. → Read More

Upstate coroner warns of dangers of xylazine

A report from DHEC states xylazine is often in drugs without a person’s knowledge and can increase the risk of overdose and death. → Read More

Laurens Police creates coalition to combat shoplifting, loitering at businesses

Business owners must sign up to be part of the program. If they find that someone is shoplifting, loitering or creating a problem for their business, they can alert police. Officers will then be able to automatically give that person a trespassing notice for all businesses that are part of the coalition. → Read More

Sandwich-maker to create 300 jobs in Greenwood Co.

E.A. Sween Company, a ready-to-eat sandwich supplier, is investing $38 million in Greenwood County. → Read More