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Friday, August 17, 2018

State provides smoke alarms designed for hearing-impaired residents

On June 18, Jason Hurdich received a special visit from the Greenville City Fire Department to install a hearing-impaired smoke alarm in his apartment at Waterside Greene on Woodruff Road. 

Blood donors needed to prevent shortage during July Fourth

The Blood Connection is holding the Freedom from Blood Shortages blood drive July 1-7. This special blood drive ensures that blood is available during...

Purple Heart veterans to stop in Greenville during coast-to-coast truck run

A very special truck is making its way across the nation.

In Our Community: June 22, 2018

Highlights in our community this week...

Stone Mural Project continues its mission to enhance Stone Ave. through...

This is the project’s fifth year, and by the end of the summer, they will have completed seven murals on Stone Avenue, and they plan to create 5 more to total 12 in the coming years.

Boo Boo the bunny brings smiles to Greenville

Being an Emotional Support Animal (ESA), Boo Boo and Jordan want to raise awareness of therapeutic animals for those who would benefit from such emotional comfort.

Greenville Drive to participate in “Copa de la Diversión” to celebrate...

Copa de la Diversión is a season-long event series designed to embrace and celebrate the culture of the Hispanic communities on each of the 33 participating teams in Minor League Baseball.

Furman golfers compete in Celebration of Champions event before US Open

Furman golfers Alice Chen and Taylor Totland, both U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball champions, participated in the Celebration of Champions event on June 12, which honored the winners of each of the 2017 USGA championships.

Community Voices: 68 years of caring, healing hearts, and changing lives...

In honor of nationwide efforts to combat mental illness, the Greenville Mental Health Center marks 68 years of support and caring for the Greenville community.

One local nonprofit views life in foster care through a child’s...

Scared. Alone. Confused. Removed from the certainty of the familiar and placed in the world of unknowns, most children entering foster care fear the upcoming journey.

Gallery: Cancer Survivors Park grand opening

A public ribbon cutting was held at 11 a.m. Friday, June 1, to celebrate the opening of Cancer Survivors Park.

In Our Community: Unity Health on Main, euphoria, and more

Highlights in our community this week

In Our Community: Fluor, Greenville Humane Society, and more

Highlights in our community this week

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