The short-term rental market continues to thrive in Greenville

Greenville has plenty of hotels available for vacationers and business travelers, but the area also has options for those trippers seeking a home away from home that is actually a home.

Mauldin Cultural Center set to get a major makeover

A $125,000 grant from the South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism will help transform the cafeteria into a performing arts hall.

Brunch for a Cause to raise funds for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts

Seventeen local restaurants will serve a family brunch from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. on Main Street between East Court Street and Broad Street with 100 percent of the proceeds donated to the American Red Cross.

Feds target 10 GVL restaurants for disability act compliance

The U.S. Attorney’s Office would not disclose which restaurants received letters because the investigation is open. We tracked down two.

The Main Collective marketplace fuses vintage, antique, and handcrafted goods

For Lisa Davis, David Kulikowski, and Karis Peake, the Greenville area has long lacked a niche for purveyors of vintage and antique items, producers of handcrafted and repurposed goods, and artisans to meet in one space.

ASADA hosts festive night of food ‘Noche Latina’

The Latin American restaurant ASADA will hold a special event, “Noche Latina,” on Saturday, June 10th.

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Greenville native, Clemson player Merl Code Jr. charged in NCAA bribery investigation

10 have charged in a connection with a federal investigation.

Greenville Drive has Sally League success on and off field

The Drive received the South Atlantic League Club Merit Award, the league’s highest honor, for the third time in franchise history.

Clemson’s First Friday parade canceled due to weather forecast

Clemson has suffered its first loss of the football season even before the kickoff of the season opener.

If Clemson’s going to win the national championship again, these Tigers will have to lead the way

Clemson has a young roster with plenty of talented players who have experience playing on the biggest of stages. This year’s team will need to lean on that experience to reach double-digit wins for the seventh consecutive year. Let’s take a look and see how the 2017 Clemson Tigers will shape up.

Dabo Swinney signs 8-year contract extension

Good news, Clemson Tigers fans. Head football coach Dabo Swinney isn’t going anywhere.

Kelly Bryant named Clemson starting QB

The biggest offseason question for the Clemson Tigers has been answered.

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Zoo Foundation chair: $65M price tag for upgrades daunting

Five years after the creation of a Greenville Zoo master plan, the Greenville Zoo Foundation has narrowed the scope of its capital campaign — for now —  to get the project kick-started. Greenville Zoo Foundation Chairman Bill West called the master plan’s $65 million price tag daunting and told Greenville City Council that the first phase of the capital campaign will be narrowed to a new entryway, a new lion’s den, and an expanded and renovated veterinary hospital.

Mountains to Main Street Race fest set for May

The festival is comprised of a 13.1 mile half marathon, a 5K, a one mile fun run, and the 70.3 mile Mountains to Main Triathlon.

GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail, Cancer Survivors Park boardwalk has reopened

The “cheese grater” bridge is no more. Huzzah!

Residents who live in the vicinity of the future park say the name should pay homage to the area’s past

Groundbreaking for City Park could be held as early as spring 2018.

Upstate Forever unveils new website to connect people to SC waterways

The website,, features an interactive map that allows users to search for waterways to raft, kayak, tube, or explore.

Weather delays opening of Swamp Rabbit Trail section — again

Weather has delayed the partial reopening of the portion of the Greenville Health System Swamp Rabbit Trail linking Cleveland Park to Falls Park again.

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Barreto: We need to get rid of Main Street

Picture a portion of Main Street being a dedicated pedestrian district where constant bumper-to-bumper traffic is replaced with more outdoor dining.

We should finish the VC Summer reactors and repeal the Base Load Act

‘My hope is that construction will restart and the reactors will be completed’

Op-Ed: It’s time for common sense on climate change

Climate change deniers are either ill-informed, or worse, disingenuous. 

Cartoon: You can deep-fry almost everything, right?

Poké has yet to pique everyone’s flavor palette.

McLarty: Speak up about the need for affordable housing

You are invited to attend the Greenville Legislative Delegation on October 9 at 5:30 p.m. at County Square

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Greenville founder of Duke’s Mayo subject of museum exhibit

Eugenia Duke is a saint. Spread the word.

Historic Wilkins House restoration unveiled

A historic landmark in Greenville, saved from demolition and transferred from its original location, has been restored and its legacy preserved.

Integrity matters — to dogs and their people

Life Lessons from a Dog Trainer with Connie Cleveland

Town Weddings

Sara Berinhout & Roman Gorokhov // Ansley Erbacher & Chip Wall // Jenni Gray & Marshall Saunders // Lauren Janarella & Max Delgado

Turning the Tables

The Man reflects on tropical pleasures in the dead of winter

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Habitat for Humanity provides its clients with more than just a home

“Santos was in remission for about a week when Habitat called, and I told my son that God had answered our prayers.”

SYNNEX Share the Magic selected as Greenville High’s Spirit Week beneficiary

The school will compete against J.L. Mann to see which school can bring in the most money for their chosen charity.

Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Carolinas plans to double capacity with expansion

The Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Carolinas (RMHCC), which assists the families of sick or critically injured children by providing housing, meals, transportation, and other support, has been facing an unprecedented demand for its services.

TD Charitable Foundation to fund anti-bullying program

TD Charitable Foundation has donated $20,000 to the South Carolina Children’s Theatre Bullying Prevention program.

Pisgah Conservancy seeks Upstate supporters

Help Preserve The Pisgah National Forest

Homeless Period Project provides feminine hygiene products to women, girls in need

Having dependable access to pads, tampons, and other feminine hygiene products is a necessity for any woman who gets a period. But across the country, many homeless and economically disadvantaged women find themselves without these products.

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