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Former Clemson, Florida Running Back Announces Transfer Decision

Shortly after re-entering the transfer portal, Demarkcus Bowman has selected his next school. On Monday, the running back announced his commitment to UCF on Twitter. A former five-star prospect out of high school, Bowman transferred from Clemson after receiving just nine carries in 2020. He didn't see much more playing time in Florida, where he gained 81 rushing yards on 14 handoffs.
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Multiple people shot by pellet projectiles in downtown Greenville

GREENVILLE, S.C. (FOX Carolina) - The Greenville Police Deparmtent said officers are investigating after someone fired pellet projectiles at people on Sunday night. Officers said they responded to Coffee Underground on Sunday night after the incident was reported. The victim stated she was taking a photo with her friends at the bottom of the steps when a young white man leaned over the railing, pointed what looked like a “Nerf gun” at them and fired. The victim said the “gun” fired a green pellet that hit them in the upper back.
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West Virginia Loses Star Running Back

Morgantown, West Virginia – The West Virginia Mountaineers football program has just lost one of its most talented, accomplished players on the team. Lyn-J Dixon, who played for the Clemson Tigers for the past four seasons, transferred to play for West Virginia during the offseason and was expected to take on a big role for the Mountaineers this season.

Mobile home destroyed – Powdersville

A mobile home was destroyed by fire early Friday morning in Powdersville. Firefighters from Powdersville, Wren, and Three and Twenty responded to the fire on East Pond Drive. Medshore ambulance service and a QRV also responded. The fire could be seen from two miles away before firefighters arrived. It took firefighters less than five minutes to bring the fire under control. (Photo by David Rogers)

Bacon Bros. in Greenville will soon close

GREENVILLE, S.C. — Another Greenville restaurant is closing. Bacon Bros. Public House on Pelham Road said its last day open will be Friday. Mike Porter, president and managing member, said there are several reasons for the closure including the fact that sales never fully recovered after pandemic restrictions were lifted.

Windy City Burgers to open in Greenville

Foodies have a new burger place to check out in downtown Greenville. Windy City Burgers, which was created through a partnership between Molly and Miles Ice Cream co-owner Nicole O’Brien and former Sassafras Southern Bistro owner Brant Kennedy, will open at 12 E. Coffee St. on June 28. The...

2 new restaurants, 1 bakery set to open in downtown Greenville

GREENVILLE, S.C. — Three new restaurants are coming to downtown Greenville soon. Let's start with the North Main side of Greenville and work our way south. (Video above: Morning headlines from WYFF News 4) Scoundrel, a new French restaurant with a southern twist, is under construction at 18 North...

Greenville abortion rights protest: City launches investigation of use of force in arrests

Greenville city officials and staff are investigating police use of force Saturday when crowds filled downtown to protest the Supreme Court ruling that ended Americans' constitutional right to abortion. According to an email sent Saturday night by the Greenville Police Department, one person was arrested after police warned them multiple times about their interference with traffic, and five more people were taken into custody for charges including disorderly conduct, interfering with police and resisting arrest. ...

Grad transfer Lyn-J Dixon enters portal

Running back from Clemson had two carries with a touchdown in Gold-Blue Spring Game. Lyn-J Dixon’s short tenure in Morgantown has come to an end, a source has confirmed to Gold and Blue Nation. The running back has once again entered the transfer portal after joining the program in...

At least 6 arrested during protests in Greenville over Roe v. Wade decision

CNN– At least six people were arrested during protests in Greenville on Saturday, in response to the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Greenville police say hundreds of people showed up for a demonstration only permitted for 100 people. Officers say they separated opposing sides, but people kept trying to go over to the other.

New Chief appointed to lead Laurens Fire Department

Mayor Nathan Senn announced today the appointment of Neil Roberts as the next Chief of the City of Laurens Fire Department. Roberts will officially take over as Fire Chief upon the retirement of Chief Bill Hughes on June 30. Roberts is a seasoned firefighter and leader, having served with the...
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Downed powerlines causes part of Augusta Street to shut down

GREENVILLE, S.C. (FOX Carolina) - The Greenville Police Department announced that a portion of Augusta Street is shut down as crews work to clear powerlines down across the road. According to a tweet from the department, All lanes of Augusta Street are closed at Crystal Avenue.