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When Man’s Christmas Light-Covered Car is Fined $232, Community Pays it Instead

Even though this police officer was following some Grinchey protocol about Christmas cheer, the community made sure that Brandon Wooden didn’t have to worry about paying a hefty ticket before the holidays.

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When Guy Sees Napping Restaurant Cook, He Lets Them Sleep and Prepares, Pays For His Own Meal

Alex Bowen didn’t have the heart to wake up an exhausted restaurant worker at 3AM – instead, he made his own sandwich and came back later to pay for it.

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11-Year-Old Boy Reels in a Purse Lost in Lake 25 Years Ago and Returns it to Owner

25 years after it disappeared, a long lost purse has resurfaced at the end of a boy’s fishing rod—and its owner was shocked to be reunited with it after an 11-year-old boy did the right thing. Brodie Brocks was fishing at Lake Hartwell in Anderson, South Carolina when he reeled

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You’ll Love How Leeza Gibbons Spent Her $700K Winnings From Celebrity Apprentice

Television Host Leeza Gibbons is using $700,000 in prize money from Celebrity Apprentice to give back to the often forgotten caregivers in the South Carolina neighborhood where she grew up. One caregiver’s story that will not be forgotten is her father’s. He nursed Leeza’s mother for years until she died

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Young School Kids Join “Gentlemen’s Club” to Turn into Polite Young Men

These elementary students are learning more than just the “three Rs” — reading, ‘riting, and ‘rithmatic. Add a fourth one: Respect — they’re learning how to give it, and receive it. The boys are members of the “Gentlemen’s Club” at Memminger Elementary in Charleston, South Carolina. WANT MORE GOOD NEWS

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Tiny House Built by Homeless Offered as Model for Ending Homelessness

A tiny house, built from scrap and donated lumber by volunteers and homeless people, could be a model for ending homelessness in South Carolina. A group called “Tiny House Fit For a King” wants Charleston’s blue ribbon panel on the homeless to consider tiny houses as a way of helping

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Flooded South Carolina College Team to Get Extra Love in Louisiana Saturday

This weekend, the Tigers will be on the prowl for ways to help the Gamecocks feel at home. Because of the devastating flooding in that state, Saturday’s football game at the University of South Carolina has been moved to the opponent’s field in Baton Rouge. New Goal for German Football

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