GTCHS students win national service award

GTCHS Students In Action, recognized as the Most Outstanding South Carolina Team, was selected as the National Jefferson Award Winner.


Professors awarded USDA grant

Three Furman University professors will study how agroforestry systems improve agricultural sustainability at area farms with a $135,000 grant received from the Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) organization.


Duke Energy Foundation donation to support GTC’s Center for Manufacturing Innovation

The Duke Energy Foundation donated $25,000 to the Greenville Tech Foundation.


First-grade students donate to Food Pantry

St. Anthony School first graders deliver nonperishable food to St. Anthony Food Pantry.


Fountain Inn mayor says he didn’t endorse Lewis for sheriff

Fountain Inn Mayor Sam Lee said he has not endorsed Will Lewis, a former deputy running against incumbent Sheriff Steve Loftis in the June 28 runoff.


GHS announces leadership change

Greenville Health System President and Chief Executive Officer Mike Riordan is transitioning to be president and CEO of the health system’s new Strategic Coordinating Organization.

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Ports Authority allocates $2.2M for inland port expansion in Greer

The South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) adopted a $248 million capital plan on June 13 that includes the allocation of $2.2 million for the expansion of Greer’s inland port.


Dealmakers: June 2016

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GHS announces leadership change

Greenville Health System President and Chief Executive Officer Mike Riordan is transitioning to be president and CEO of the health system’s new Strategic Coordinating Organization.


Spartanburg to host USATF Junior Olympic Regional Championship

Spartanburg will host the USA Track & Field (USATF) Junior Olympic Region Four Track and Field Championship on July 7–10.


Greenville Revitalization Corporation receives grant

The Greenville Revitalization Corporation (GRC) received a $30,000 grant from John I. Smith Charities Inc. for a children’s playground in the new Textile Heritage Park to be developed in the Monaghan Community.


Synnex Share the Magic Day to raise funds for Upstate children in need

The event will be held Sunday, June 26, at Fluor Field at 4:05 p.m.

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Information underground

Three films look for the truth about WikiLeaks creator Julian Assange


Austen’s powers

Curtis Sittenfeld reboots “Pride and Prejudice” for the 21st century in “Eligible” — and joins a growing genre of Jane Austen revisionism


Local author adds fifth book to her bestselling mystery series

With another addition to local author Susan Boyer’s “Lowcountry” mystery series, readers will immerse themselves into an investigation of Shelby Poinsett’s mysterious death.

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Riverdance runs through Peace Center

Riverdance, the two-decade-old Irish dance spectacular, returns to the Peace Center for eight performances over six days beginning Tuesday.


Secondhand stories

Not too long ago, the introduction of e-readers like the Amazon Kindle and Barnes & Noble Inc.’s Nook became a game-changer in the world of publishing. These devices ushered in speculation about the state of the printed book and its place in our increasingly digital world. And that consequently led to another question: what would ultimately happen to bookstores?


Young musicians get jazzed for Jazz Camp

Notes on the music scene with Vincent Harris

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Summer’s here, so observe the seen and the unseen

See You in the Garden with Kathy Slayter


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