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Clemson football players fill 1,500 backpacks for Arizona Title 1 schools as service project

Clemson football players filled 1,500 backpacks for Arizona Title 1 schools as a service project ahead of the Fiesta Bowl.


Relentless Church gives away more than $15K to help members, employees, visitors pay bills

The gifts will help keep people housed, keep people from moving away and recognize valued employees, Pastors John and Aventer Gray said.


Photos from Clemson Fiesta Bowl team service project filling school backpacks

Photos from the team service event at Saguaro High School in Scottsdale, Arizona Wednesday, December 25, 2019. Fiesta Bowl Charities hosted the friendly supply packing competition providing over 1,500 school supply bags for Title 1 students across the state.


Warming temperatures, growing cities, TIME people of the year: 10 lists that define the 2010s

It was a decade of change, of progress, of loss, of growth. From warming temperatures to rising college costs, these 10 lists help define the 2010s.


Former colleagues Brent Venables, Kevin Wilson will square off as Fiesta Bowl foes

Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables and Ohio State offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson coached together at Oklahoma from 2002-10.


Janice "Pinky" Whitner feeds Greenville's homeless year-round

Janice "Pinky" Whitner feeds Greenville's homeless year-round


Deck the Hallmark podcast guys turn Christmas movie reviews into full-time gig

Three guys behind popular Deck the Hallmark podcast launch podcast network, plan to review all 40 Hallmark Christmas movies.


Clemson Tigers successfully (and quickly) rebuilt a solid defensive line

Ohio State's Chase Young and Clemson's Tyler Davis lead strong defensive fronts for Fiesta Bowl teams.


Cancer-free mom celebrates first Christmas with 'miracle' baby with help from Greenville doctor

After a cancer diagnosis, Katie and Zach York had little hope of ever having children, making this Christmas with their new baby particularly special.


Poinsettia: How a wild shrub became potted-plant shorthand for the holidays

The wild version of the poinsettia, which isn't even called a poinsettia, looks shockingly different than what we see in stores today.


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