An apartment fire broke out Sunday afternoon, displacing several Upstate families.
Morning and night hundreds drive down N. Main Street in Anderson and while doing so pass a elderly homeless man named Jessie on their way. Jessie has been living near various businesses on the street on and off for years. According to
county veteran who now faces homelessness . Deborah Wert-Ferner says ..... the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans there are more than 60,000 homeless veterans on any given night, and 13 percent of all homeless people are veterans. Now
away from finishing a small cottage that Rock Man, a local homeless man, can move into. It all started when a few people in Ninety ..... a way that goes beyond just feeding or giving money to the homeless . They wanted to actually help a man in a way that could change
organizations are very concerned about the wellness of the homeless population. FOX Carolina visited a community called Tent City ..... bridge in Greenville, which has a population of at least 50 homeless people living together. The residents there say they most
Soon, the couple will lead worship services at Fluor Field on Easter Sunday, April 20. They will serve a meal to the homeless at 9 a.m. and sit down and eat alongside everyone who attends a community breakfast. That will be followed by a public
that the brother, sister and their parents live at Miracle Hill's Greenville Rescue Mission. The family is essentially homeless . They moved to the Upstate five months ago from New York. The transition has been a difficult one, but they are thankful
The Anderson Fire Department responded to a fire at the Fairview Gardens Apartments Thursday night that displaced several residents.
starting with their survival, getting nursed back to health, and ending with an incredible outpouring of support from the community for the local animal shelter. The dogs popularity led to theirs, and many other homeless animals' adoption.