Report: Tech growth in South Carolina better than national average

South Carolina’s growth in the tech industry outpaced that of the national average last year, according to a recent report.

Crime down 9.5% in county

But gang activity is still a problem, says sheriff

Landfill looking to convert gas into energy

Twin Chimneys Landfill officials say they are installing engines to convert gas from decomposing trash into energy, which they can sell to Duke Energy.

Arena revenues up, bolstered by Clemson basketball

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Attorney running for Trey Gowdy’s congressional seat

Attorney Chris Fedalei announced Wednesday that he is running as a Democrat to challenge U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy in South Carolina’s 4th Congressional District

Kentwool taking bigger steps into the golf market

The company is adding a range of new collegiate colors in April to its Tour Standard and Tour Profile sock lines.

The Iron Yard partners with the White House in Opportunity Project

The Iron Yard is one of more than 30 organizations nationwide partnering with the White House to use open data from federal and local government agencies to improve economic mobility for Americans.

Couple wants to open ‘second-chance shelter’ in Easley

Second-chance shelter will help the homeless and people addicted to drugs and alcohol and others

Youth in SC favored Cruz and Clinton

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Greenville County no longer accepting glass recyclables

Starting this week, Greenville County Solid Waste will no longer accept glass as a recyclable item.

County to contribute to site development at SCTAC

Greenville County Council: Minor and major subdivisions; board removals and appointments; elections

Lockheed Martin Air Force contract would bring 200 jobs to Greenville

Lockheed Martin would add more than 200 new positions to its Greenville facility at the South Carolina Technology and Aviation Center (SCTAC) if it wins the Air Force contract for a new trainer aircraft fleet, according to Communications Director Rob Fuller.

Greenville disabilities board becomes Thrive Upstate

Greenville County Disabilities and Special Needs Board was never an easy name to say or remember, and gave what many felt was an inaccurate idea of how the organization operated.

John Kimbrell moving from Greenville to Spartanburg Chamber

The Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce has hired John Kimbrell as executive vice president.

Stacy Kuper running for open County Council seat

In the wake of Greenville County Councilman Jim Burns’ announcement to not seek reelection to the District 21 seat, technology professional Stacy Kuper has announced that she is running for the seat.