DOT once again mulling fix for Woodruff Road

You can let your voice be heard by going to fixwoodruffroad.com.

Here’s how you can be 1 of only 600 people allowed to view the eclipse from the top of two GVL parking garages

Only 600 people will be allowed to view Monday’s total solar eclipse from the top deck of a City of Greenville parking garage.

Clemson, Furman featured in Princeton Review’s ‘Best 382 Colleges’

Clemson students love their school and Furman students have a knack for politics.

Lindsey Graham: If something doesn’t change, we’re headed toward a conflict with North Korea

President Donald J. Trump’s bellicose words “bothered some,” Graham said during a chamber of commerce breakfast in Easley. “They did not bother me at all.”

Greenville PD: If you see Bigfoot, don’t shoot

The Greenville Police Department has some advice to anybody who thinks they’ve seen Bigfoot in the city — don’t shoot.

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Greenville Zoo, Roper Mountain to study animal behavior during eclipse

Humans may not be the only species affected during the upcoming total solar eclipse.

POLL: Do you think the eclipse is going to live up to the hype?

Each week, we ask our readers their opinion on hot button issues.

Couple plans rooftop wedding in Greenville during eclipse

The ceremony will begin at 2 p.m. and conclude at the exact moment of totality, 2:38 p.m.

OPINION: Read to Succeed Poised to Fail Students

Decades of new standards and reading textbooks and programs have utterly failed children and literacy.

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Made with only five ingredients, Itz Spritz taps into the health-conscious alcoholic beverage market

Add this to the list of things you might thank a millennial for.

John Nolan guides Greenvillians and guests alike on a culinary journey of the city

“Lost Restaurants of Greenville” will highlight such long-gone eateries as Boston Lunch and Ye Olde Fireplace.

SIP Whiskey and Wine Bar’s new menu proves kitchen size doesn’t matter

Executive chef Troy Gagliardo accepted the challenge of creating a 13-item menu for a restaurant kitchen that has only three major pieces of equipment — a 24-inch flat cook top, panini grill, and sandwich station to store cold items.

Local grill master to compete on ‘Chopped Grill Masters’

Grill master Jeff Bannister battled it out against three other masters from around the country in the fast-paced reality cooking show.

A quick and easy guide to vegetarian dining in town

At many restaurants, finding a meatless entree that is flavorful, healthy, and filling can be a challenge. But as the culinary landscape in Greenville continues to evolve and incorporate a variety of cultural influences, meat-free diners can rest assured that there’s something out there for them, too.

Habitat for Humanity introduces celebrity chef ambassador at The Loft at Soby’s

Habitat for Humanity International supporters from around the country converged in Greenville July 20 for the official launch of chef Roshara Sanders’ partnership as celebrity ambassador.

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Time to say goodbye to Spittoono

All good things must come to an end, and the annual Spittoono Festival is no exception.

Made with only five ingredients, Itz Spritz taps into the health-conscious alcoholic beverage market

Add this to the list of things you might thank a millennial for.

YA authors examine unexpected loss, self-harm in latest novels

As part of Read Up Greenville’s yearlong program to celebrate young adult and middle-grade literature, two authors will be in conversation on Saturday to discuss their latest novels and answer questions.

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A writer pays a visit to a thriving garden built ‘from scratch’

An invitation from a reader takes Kathy Slayter to the gardens in Simpsonville’s Gilder Creek Farm subdivision.

Deviled Eggs Bring a Taste of Heaven

If you grew up in the South, or even if you only arrived a few months ago, you’ve surely figured out that deviled eggs are a staple dish at events ranging from family cookouts to chic wedding receptions.

Fish sauce is an unexpected culinary catch

That honeymoon salad, sort of.

Hue Horizons Better than Beige

Following a global career and a lifetime of living in other people’s often bland spaces, Len and Marlene Rubin’s custom-build in the Reserve at Lake Keowee brims with personality.

All Things Stored and Wonderful

A well-designed (and organized) pantry is well worth the effort.

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