Commercial banker Matt Cotner to challenge Lillian Brock Flemming

Lillian Brock Flemming has held the Greenville City Council District 2 seat since 1981, but this election the Democrat has at least one challenger, Republican Matt Cotner.

Monarch Elementary named Palmetto’s Finest winner, A.J. Whittenberg is a finalist

Monarch Elementary was named one of five Palmetto’s Finest Schools Tuesday. A.J. Whittenberg Elementary was a finalist for the award, considered by many as the top state award South Carolina schools can win.

Roper Mountain’s Forgotten History

Much of the science center’s past has been largely forgotten by the public at large. This is the story of those lost years.

Mental health advocate Paton Blough to run for Trey Gowdy’s seat

Greenville resident and mental health advocate Paton Blough is planning to run as an independent for South Carolina’s 4th Congressional District in 2018.

City Council candidates tout experience to Alta Vista residents

Filing for the three Greenville City council seats that will be up for grabs hadn’t ended yet, but that didn’t stop five candidates from starting to campaign at the Alta Vista Neighborhood Association’s meeting Tuesday night.

Gowdy troubled Comey didn’t acknowledge leak investigation

U.S. Representative Trey Gowdy isn’t happy about FBI Director James Comey’s decision to remain silent on recent intelligence leaks

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5K fundraiser honoring former Boy Scout enters its second year

In July 2013, Greenville mourned the loss of the McManus and Antonakos families, who were killed in a plane crash while vacationing together in Alaska.

What’s Happening This Weekend: March 24–26

Every Thursday, we give you a list of 10 events happening this weekend in the Upstate.

Cartoon: Stegelin takes on Domestic Violence Funds

This week, cartoonist Steve Stegelin sets his sights on South Carolina’s restoration of domestic violence funds

Gallery – March Madness, Round 2, Greenville

The South Carolina Gamecocks defeated Duke University on March 19, advancing to the Sweet 16 for the first time in 44 years.

Gallery – March Madness, Round 1, Greenville

The South Carolina Gamecocks defeated the Marquette University Golden Eagles on March 17, winning their first game in the NCAA tournament since 1973.

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ShalomFest celebrates Jewish cuisine from matzah to hamentaschen

In a time of political and social unrest, the Greenville Jewish community is using food to bring us together.

Magically Delicious Irish Soda Bread

The Abstract Art of Grateful Living with Paula Angermeier

Esso Club makes Southern Living’s best bars list

The beloved Clemson bar is named one of the South’s Best.

First Greenville area Tropical Smoothie Café locations to open

The restaurant chain, whose motto is “Eat Better. Feel Better,” is considered a healthier alternative to fast food.

Thyme and Play restaurant to cater to families with special needs children

The menu will be locally sourced, while the dining area will be sensory-inclusive and equipped with such features as soundproof booths, belted seats, adaptive seating and table heights for wheel chairs, and handicapped-accessible restrooms.

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ShalomFest celebrates Jewish cuisine from matzah to hamentaschen

In a time of political and social unrest, the Greenville Jewish community is using food to bring us together.

GVL’s Marcus King Band to appear on CBS This Morning

Since being “discovered” by Warren Haynes of Gov’t Mule and the Allman Bros., Greenville’s own Marcus King Band has been on an upward trajectory that has landed them on the Billboard’s Blues charts and taken them around the country on the jam-band circuit. If any local band is poised to break it big as a […]

City seeking requests for new West End sculpture to replace Shoeless Joe

The City of Greenville’s Public Art Committee is soliciting request for qualifications (RFQ) for designs of a 3D sculpture that will replace the Shoeless Joe Jackson statue previously located at the corner of South Main and Augusta and River streets.

Award-winning film about Syrian refugees coming to Greenville March 26

“Salam Neighbor” follows the lives of Syrian children and others in the Za’atari Refugee Camp in Jordan. “Salam” means “peace” in Arabic and is a common greeting, like saying “Hello.”

Must See Shows This Week: Flower$ feat. $amson, The Mantras and Calvin Get Down

Flower$ feat. $amson, The Mantras and Calvin Get Down

Comedian Krish Mohan is a social vigilante

Krish Mohan tackles issues that others steer clear of, hot-button topics like race, gun control, and homophobia.

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Fixer Upper

The Barth family of six turned their need for space into a model of mid-century modern style and function

Roll Out

From refined to rock-and-roll, a showcase of styles for the bar cart

Mountain Made

Eclectic finds in Western NC-based Cashiers

Old World. Modern Life.

Equal parts Italian inspiration and work-at-home staycation, Gus and Belinda Rubio’s Cliffs at Mountain Park abode is utterly adaptable

Mountain Charmer

A Cliffs at Walnut Cove custom home invites big beauty into a modest mountain setting

Plant a Row for the Hungry

Soil Therapy with Will Morin

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Community Journals Publishing Group

“As the Upstate community has grown, Community Journals has grown right along with it.”

Beth Joyner Crigler

“Opening Doors in your Neighborhood”

Wild Birds Unlimited

“We enjoy helping people establish their yard so they can have the enjoyment that comes from bird watching.”

BRIGHT+CO Marketing Consortium

“We are a rare agency that really nails both the art and science of marketing.”


“It was disheartening to not have the time, and it’s truly gratifying now to be able to give the patients what they need and what they deserve.”

Hot Springs Pools & Spas

“The key to our success is that our customers are like family.”

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