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Sunday, February 25, 2018

100 years later, the Great War’s impact on Greenville remains evident

The construction of Camp Sevier was instrumental not only during World War I but also in shaping Greenville. Now, a local historian is working alongside the city and county to commemorate that legacy.

Following in the Footsteps

Rainbow PUSH Greenville aims to put the words and teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. into action

Our Community

NONPROFIT  The Blood Connection announces increased need for blood donors  The Blood Connection, a nonprofit community blood center that serves an 18,280-square-mile area of South Carolina,...

Adventure Time

With their expansion, Will and Kim Rutherford of Escape Artist Greenville hope to draw a new customer base: local businesses

The Blood Connection announces increased need for blood donors

The Blood Connection is in need of all blood types for donation, and both whole blood and platelet donations will be accepted.

2017 Top 5: Our Community

As the city of Greenville continues to grow and change, so does its thriving community. This year, Greenville celebrated special events, like August’s solar...

A World Away: Set Free Alliance works to end child slavery...

Although officially abolished by the Indian government almost four decades ago, the practice of bonded child labor is on the rise, especially in rural areas.

For special-needs children and at-risk youth, equine therapy program Happy Hooves’...

When Deklan Corrigan first visited Eden Farms, a horse-boarding barn in Marietta, a year ago, his mother, Traci Corrigan, was unsure how he would respond. Her son, who at the time was 5 years old, was often nonverbal and reserved, and Traci wondered whether the new, unfamiliar stimuli would make Deklan nervous or agitated.

Guard Your Life Challenge teaches teen drivers how to adapt to...

Since its inception, the course has taught 900 Upstate drivers between the ages of 15 and 19 how to protect themselves behind the wheel of an automobile.

Home of Dreams

The “build-it-and-they-will-come” Reserve at Lake Keowee home of Garry and Melissa Brown is a showplace of lake views and a showcase of their journey toward retirement.

The Bold Chateau

Four architects, an 80-year-old Eastside home, one amazing renovation.

A Tasteful Twist

Growing your own lemon, orange, and kumquat brings bounty and beauty.

A Style Of Her Own

Designer Caroline Brackett takes her traditional Augusta Road home and gives it a family-friendly twist.

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