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Woodside Mill annexation gets initial approval

An annexation and accommodations tax money were among the issues discussed by the Greenville City Council at its meeting Monday. Council gave initial approval to the annexation of the Woodside Mill property, which a developer wants to turn into 304 market-rate apartments, a general store, offices, an event venue, a brewery or restaurant and possibly townhomes. The property would be zoned PD, planned development.


BMW’s U.S. sales fall 15.8 percent in November

Sales of the Germany-based automaker’s X model fleet produced in Spartanburg County increased by a half-percent during the month and are up 2.3 percent so far this year.

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TWO Capital Partners purchases office portfolio in Greenville’s suburban market

Twelve buildings are spread over two office parks. TWO plans to rebrand and modernize both parks, including replacing roofs and HVAC units.


Public Education Partners’ Grier Mullins retiring after 28 years of improving our schools

The mother of three, a former Head Start teacher and PTA president, Mullins has worked to make that happen for 28 years as executive director of Public Education Partners of Greenville County, a nonprofit organization that is independent from Greenville County Schools but works with the school district to improve public education.

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Green’s Pappy Van Winkle lotto ends, lucky buyers chosen

1,500 people entered a lottery at Green’s Beverages for a chance to purchase one bottle of a small-batch bourbon.


Fred Gilmer III promoted to executive vice president and senior lender of Southern First Bank

Fred Gilmer III // Robert Thompson III // Judy Boyle Chun // Madi Nalley // Jeanne Morrison

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The Quarterlife Crisis

Yes, it’s a real thing


Canine Correspondents

Sponsored Content: Breaking News from Animal Care


Chronically ill, aging and obese find better health, friendship at the gym

When Bill Gressette was in his mid-70s, an autoimmune disease confined him to a hospital bed. He feared he’d never get out of it. But these days, you can find Gressette, 85, in the HealThy Self gym at Bon Secours St. Francis’ Millennium campus.


Cancer Survivors Park boardwalk to close temporarily

Beginning Monday, the Cancer Survivors Park boardwalk will be closed for approximately seven weeks to facilitate the ongoing construction of the Cancer Survivors Park. During the temporary closure, trail users can access Falls Park via Cleveland Street and Camperdown Way.

Greenville pole vaulter Sandi Morris displays the American flag after finishing in second place at the 2016 IAFF World Indoor Championships in Portland, Ore. It was her second time competing in a world championship. [CREDIT: Wilder]

Olympian Sandi Morris to serve as GVL Christmas Parade grand marshal

Greenville native and Olympic silver medalist pole vaulter Sandi Morris will be grand marshal for this year’s Greenville Poinsettia Christmas Parade on Dec. 3.


Good Fella

Celebrated chef Michael Kramer brings his culinary prowess to Table 301’s Italian restaurant Jianna


Soundbites: Upcoming Concerts

The Black Lillies, The Independents, and Wasted Wine


Shinedown and Five Finger Death Punch make an unlikely, but electric package

Five Finger Death Punch and Shinedown have both sold millions of albums, but their respective styles are quite different. There was no guarantee that they could successfully draw both their fan bases to a joint show.


Southern Culture on the Skids brings their meaty musical gumbo to GVL

Southern Culture on the Skids mix decades of influences into one meaty gumbo


Friends in Most Places

Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood talk about touring, cooking and the temptation to duet

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The Garden of the Mind

See You in the Garden with Kathy Slayter


Ornament Exchange

Treat your tree to a few tasteful trinkets


Talking Turkey About the Table

The Abstract Art of Grateful Living with Paula Angermeier

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Shrub Strategy, Holly Hints and Compost Chemistry

See You in the Garden with Kathy Slayter


Fall in the garden is the time to look ahead to spring

End-of-season gardening is probably my second-favorite gardening season because it can be a period to reset, reimagine and, most importantly, recycle.

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