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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

When people go missing, these search and rescue dogs find them

Experts estimate that a single search and rescue dog can accomplish the work of 20 to 30 humans.

Clemson agriculture drones could boost farm production across the U.S.

Drones could be flying across America’s farmland soon thanks to researchers at Clemson University.

The Greenville Modern Widows Club helps women move forward and navigate...

“Inclusiveness is where the trust and belonging and opportunity comes from. It's not about what you believe. It's about that we all have one thing in common: We've lost the person who we love. The judgment stops there.”

Trail Life USA’s Mark Hancock on how the Boy Scouts lost...

When the Boy Scouts of America announced earlier this month they would begin allowing girls to join their fraternity of young men, the Belton-based...

Edwin McCain, others to perform at wounded veterans benefit

The Military Order of the Purple Heart’s biggest night of the year will take place at the Gunter Theatre on Monday, Nov. 6. The...

Thrillist: Village of West Greenville about to get ‘crazy popular’

Like all of you, we here at the Greenville Journal get excited whenever a national publication gives our fair city a shout out –...

A visit to a couple’s garden, plus some gardening tips as...

A little bit o’ heaven is how I would describe the garden of Bill and Evelyn Watkins. It’s packed with intensive plantings of annuals, such as cosmos, nigella, Brazilian bachelor button, milkweed, Texas sage, zinnia, coleus, and hybrid red salvia (also known as Salvia splendens). The latter reseeds itself.

How one Upstate family turned their outdoor adventures into an international...

“The purpose of the show is not only to teach what reptiles are really like, but also to teach kids how they should interact with and care for animals."

The Road Not Taken: Should we block off Main Street from...

Last week, Greenville Journal columnist Bobby Barreto penned a column proposing an idea that would radically change Main Street – blocking off the road from Beattie Place to Washington Street and turning it into a pedestrian and dining thoroughfare. Here’s what some of you had to say on our Facebook page.

On Take Back Day, you can help fight opioid abuse by...

As a member of the House Opioid Prevention Abuse Study Committee, I have learned a great deal about how this epidemic is impacting our community, state, and nation.

A handy Greenville Journal guide to Halloween happenings

Halloween season is upon us and we've got all the must-do events in the Upstate that are too "spooky" good not to miss.

Greenville lands SEC women’s basketball tournament in 2019, 2020 and 2021

The Southeastern Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament will be played in Greenville, S.C. for the next three years, Commissioner Greg Sankey announced today.

Greenville Drive wins Minor League Baseball’s highest honor

The Greenville Drive has won Minor League Baseball's highest honor,  the John H. Johnson President’s Award that honors the complete baseball franchise.

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