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Monday, April 23, 2018

How the Design Review Board Urban Panel has shaped downtown Greenville

The massing of buildings, block patterns, pedestrian-only streets, green areas, the materials and colors used on new construction and renovations – each element has been approved by the City of Greenville Design Review Board Urban Panel before they exist outside of a rendering or architectural drawing.

Harvest Hope Food Bank Greenville to host duathlon

Harvest Hope Food Bank, in conjunction with Food Lion Feeds, will host its first duathlon fundraiser to reduce hunger on Saturday, April 14, from 7:30-11:30 a.m. at the SC Technology & Aviation Center, 700 Perimeter Road. 

Winners: USA Triathlon Duathlon National Championships

Photos by Joshua Kelly, Orange Hat Photos More than 800 run-bike-run specialists crossed the finish line Sunday at the USA Triathlon Duathlon National Championships in...

Greenville’s Tip Price Wins Drive, Chip & Putt Championship at Augusta...

Local Greenville junior golf player Tip Price won first place in his division at the fifth annual Drive, Chip, and Putt National Finals in...

Prince of Peace Catholic School hosts domino topple April 9

Prince of Peace Catholic School will host John Wickham, a two-time Guinness Book of World Record holder for most dominoes toppled in 1979 and 1980, for a special event in which he will topple 25,000 dominoes, on April 9 at 6 p.m.

St. Joseph’s Catholic School’s Drew Lyons is on a path to...

Drew Lyons is a senior at St. Joseph’s Catholic school in Greenville. Last year, he was among the .136 percent of test takers nationwide who scored a perfect 36 on the ACT. He also scored an outstanding 1570 on the SAT, with a perfect 800 on the math portion of the test.

Reedy River Duck Derby returns May 5

Up to 10,000 yellow rubber ducks will race through downtown on Saturday, May 5, during the 14th annual Reedy River Duck Derby. The Reedy River...

Furman student to appear on ‘Jeopardy! College Championship’

Caroline Trammell will appear in the quarterfinal on Wednesday, April 11, which airs locally on WLOS-TV at 7:30 p.m.

In Our Community: Meals on Wheels of Greenville, Bob Jones University,...

Highlights in our community this week

The one-day Ville to Ville Craft Brew Relay is already prepping...

What's the most interesting way to travel between two cities (Greenville and Asheville, N.C., in this case)? Well, you run, of course.

Town hall dialogue encourages attendees to achieve peace

On March 15, Atlantic Institute, along with partners at Upstate International and the Interfaith Forum, hosted The WISE Up Town Hall Dialogue at the Hughes Main Library in downtown Greenville.

Three historic Greenville churches open their doors to the community

The father of Greenville, Vardry McBee, believed that in order for a city to grow successfully, it needs churches, schools, and law. This is why he gave designated land for four churches (and his son later gave land for a fifth) centrally located in downtown Greenville starting in the 1820s.

Op-Ed: Moving Beyond Outrage

by Bob Inglis Recently 200 former members of Congress, Republicans and Democrats, gathered at Carpenters’ Hall in Philadelphia to sign Issue One’s Declaration to Renew...

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