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Monday, July 23, 2018
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Clemson raises its undergraduate tuition

Clemson University students from South Carolina will see a $258 increase in tuition next year after the university’s board unanimously approved a 1.75 percent...
Community

In Our Community: Spinks Family Foundation; Rebuild Upstate; and more

Spotlights in our community this week...
Business

Two new projects — one residential, one office-retail — slated for Verdae

Two new projects — one high-end residential and the other office and retail — are slated to begin soon in Verdae. The Brownstones at...
News

Greenville County School Board member to resign

Greenville County School Board member Dana Rohleder has announced......
Business

On the Move: July 20, 2018

Play-by-play of Upstate careers...
Community

Community Voices: Goodwill helps polish job skills for ‘returning citizens’ leaving SC prisons

When the 2.2 million people currently in America’s jails complete their sentences, they will be called “returning citizens.”...
Business

Nerd Out: Greenville entrepreneur Rob Young is building a haven for comic book fans

Young's shop Borderlands Comics and Games specializes in old and new comics, graphic novels, card games, board games, T-shirts, and posters....
Community

Functional fitness aims to improve your sport and your life

You may be able to jog 3 miles, but can you get down on the floor and then get back up? ...
Arts & Culture

Community Voices: Carolina Music Museum offers rare experience

I’d like to draw Greenville’s attention to one of its genuine treasures — the Carolina Music Museum. ...
Business

What you need to know about the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation

As of May 25, 2018, the European Union’s data protection law known as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect....
Community

Community Voices: MedEx is making a difference in health care in the Upstate

Three years ago, in celebration of my retirement from GHS as public and community relations director, my colleagues and friends graciously made contributions in...
Arts & Culture

Glow Lyric Theatre’s ‘In the Heights’ is a timely production as US immigration debate continues

Featuring music and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, “In the Heights” portrays three days in New York City’s Washington Heights, a predominantly Hispanic-American neighborhood. ...
Eat & Drink

Small Plates with Ariel Turner

Moe's Original Bar B Que opens at Westone; Village Grind settles into a new home; and there's a new butchery in town...
Business

El Thrifty Mexican cantina and social club coming to GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail fall 2018

El Thrifty, a new Mexican cantina and upscale gaming concept developed by the former executive chef of Charleston’s acclaimed Indaco and a restaurant developer...
Business

4 tips to help you ace your video interview

Video job interviews are quickly becoming a widespread practice in the business world today....
Business

County Square redevelopment proposals included affordable housing, a re-created Furman bell tower, expanded Governor’s School

Greenville County residents know Atlanta-based developer RocaPoint Partners vision for a redeveloped County Square....
Arts & Culture

Columbia’s Real Work brings melodic rock to Radio Room for EP release show

Perhaps it shouldn’t be surprising that the new self-titled EP by the Columbia band Real Work sounds so polished and professional....

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