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.

Dark Corner debuts new honeysuckle whiskey

Starting June 8, Whiskey Honeysuckle Girl will be available at the Dark Corner Distillery.

Bacon Bros. Texas location to open within a week

After more than a year, the restaurant, that will have the same straightforward, made-from-scratch, meat focus as the Greenville original, will open in the Lone Star State with bacon-loving Houston chef Joseph Zerwas at the helm.

New brewery in Spartanburg County sets target for opening April 15

Spartanburg businessmen Josh Dodson and Jonathan Duke have received federal permits for their New Groove Artisan Brewery at 4078 Highway 9 in Boiling Springs.

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GALLERY: Thrive Upstate hosts Clemson Fall Football Preview

On Thursday, July 27, Thrive Upstate hosted a private Clemson Fall Preview featuring a discussion with Clemson football coaches Jeff Scott and Brent Venables.

Boy Scout to polish up Shoeless Joe baseball field for his Eagle Project

A member of Troop 521 based out of St. Mary’s Catholic Church, the 15-year-old Barrow will have until his 18th birthday to complete his chosen Eagle Project: a comprehensive renovation of the baseball field at Shoeless Joe Jackson Memorial Park, located on the west side of Greenville in the historic Brandon Mill community.

Gallery: Liberty Bridge Jump Off

The Liberty Bridge Jump Off featured eight female pole vaulters and eight male long jumpers, including Greenville native and Olympic silver medalist Sandi Morris.

Sandi Morris returns home for Liberty Bridge Jump Off

On Wednesday evening, some of the best athletes in the world will be gathered near Falls Park in downtown Greenville, demonstrating the skills that have made many of them champions.

Former Clemson QB Deshaun Watson wins ESPY

Former Clemson quarterback and NFL Houston Texans rookie Deshaun Watson can now add ESPY winner to his resume.

Clemson College Football National Championship license plates now available

You’ve already got a 2016 College Football National Championship T-shirt and the commemorative Coke cans.

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Upstate Forever unveils new website to connect people to SC waterways

The website, GoPaddleSC.com, 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.

Pisgah Conservancy seeks Upstate supporters

Help Preserve The Pisgah National Forest

Greenville among the nation’s most playful cities

Kaboom!, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to building and renovating playgrounds, named 257 cities and towns as 2017 Playful City USA communities for their efforts to increase play opportunities for children.

First Look: Cancer Survivors Park’s Spirit of Survivorship Bridge

The partial reopening of the portion of the Greenville Health System Swamp Rabbit Trail linking Cleveland Park to Falls Park has been delayed until Saturday, June 3 and here’s why — construction of the second phase of Greenville’s Cancer Survivors Park.

Reopening of Swamp Rabbit Trail sliver delayed

Weather has delayed the partial reopening of the portion of the Swamp Rabbit Trail linking Cleveland Park to Falls Park until Saturday, June 3.

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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.

OPINION: Read to Succeed Poised to Fail Students

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

CARTOON: Streetlight wi-fi is for the birds

Cartoonist Steve Stegelin illustrates Greenville’s newest potential downtown addition.

Customers shouldn’t bear the brunt of costs for failed projects like VC Summer Nuclear Station

$9 billion has been spent on the abandoned nuclear power plant, and 5,100 are now out of a job. How did this happen and what can we do to stop it from happening again?

OPINION: The VC Summer nuclear debacle matters to the Upstate, too

We have the opportunity right now to make positive change, to raise a phoenix out of this incredible nuclear dumpster fire.

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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

Pearls of Wisdom

Greenville’s oldest women’s social club keeps its generational legacy

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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.

DNA Creative Communications set to introduce 2017’s Shine the Light forum

On March 1, DNA Creative Communications, in partnership with the Community Foundation of Greenville, the United Way of Greenville County, and the Hollingsworth Funds, will host Creating Greenville’s Nonprofit Landscape, a free event to kick off the 2017 Shine the Light nonprofit leadership series.

Volunteer registration for the 2017 BMW Charity Pro-Am opens today

Volunteers can designate which organization will receive a donation for hours worked, and each charity will receive 100 percent of proceeds generated by their respective ticket sales.

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