DHEC/SDOC COVID-19 Numbers Update

South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control Tuesday announced 739 new confirmed cases and 30 additional confirmed deaths. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to 137,406, probable cases to 3,383, confirmed deaths to 3,067, and 176 probable deaths. Eight new confirmed cases were reported Tuesday in Oconee County, along with one death; seventeen confirmed and one probable […]

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No Charges in Seneca Shooting Say Police

From Seneca Police: On 09.12.20 at approximately 2:10am, Seneca Police responded to a shooting at Fair Oaks Apartments (1200 Fairoaks Circle) and located Charles Clark who had been shot multiple times.  Officers immediately began to render medical aid to the victim including bandages and over six minutes of chest compressions.  Emergency medical personnel arrived and undertook life-saving efforts, but the […]

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AccelerateSC Offers Centralized Dashboards for Citizens to Quickly Find COVID-19, Economic Revitalization Data

COLUMBIA, S.C. – The state’s one-stop website, accelerate.sc.gov, now provides South Carolinians a single place to see the latest data about economic revitalization efforts, COVID-19 statistics and many other topics. Citizens can access the accelerateSC dashboards by visiting accelerate.sc.gov. Once on the site, a quick scroll down the homepage will take users to the dashboards. The dashboards include the following tabs: Employment, Education, […]

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Clemson Hosting Candidates for Town Hall

The Clemson Farmers Market and the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute are announcing a candidate town hall for 5 to 6 pm Thursday evening on the Green Stage at the Patrick Square Village, featuring candidates for Clemson mayor, city council, and the state legislature. It’s a chance to hear candidates entered in the November General Elections. The League of Women Voters […]

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Graham, Scott Write Defense Secretary Esper in Support of Possible Relocation of AFRICOM Headquarters to Charleston

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senators Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina) and Tim Scott (R-South Carolina) have written to the Secretary of Defense Mark Esper recommending that if a suitable location cannot be found on the African continent the AFRICOM headquarters should be moved to Charleston, South Carolina.   “We write to you regarding the Department of Defense’s plan to relocate the United States Africa […]

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DHEC/SDOC COVID-19 Numbers Update

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 393 new confirmed cases and 14 new probable cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, 13 additional confirmed deaths and no new probable deaths. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to 134,884, probable cases to 3,240, confirmed deaths to 3,040, and 172 probable deaths. Pickens County confirmed seven […]

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