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Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Community Voices: Control your anger before it controls you

While anger is not a bad or wrong feeling, too much anger leads to negative consequences at work, within your family, and in personal relationships. It can also impair your physical health.

Community Voices: BMW Charity Pro-Am Presented by SYNNEX Corporation offers chance...

Tournament week represents a chance to make a positive impact in our community through several extraordinary nonprofits.

In Our Community: YMCA of Greenville, Loaves & Fishes, and more

ARTS Second GCCA studio artist receives prestigious international art grant Danielle Fontaine has been awarded an Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation grant for emerging artists. Fontaine is the...

A Q&A with Greenville FC head coach Lee Squires

Lee Squires has spent more than a decade on the soccer field as a player and coach, leading numerous teams across the Southeast to winning seasons.

Salvation Army holds Operation “Wings of Hope 2018” to test preparedness...

Operation “Wings of Hope” is a national disaster full-scale exercise that evaluated the Upstate’s response, operation, and communication during times of crisis.

SmartARTS: Arts integration at work

Five minutes after I started talking to Gayla Day, the administrator of the SmartARTS program at the Metropolitan Arts Council, I knew I’d found a place to share my writing skills.

Community Briefs: Meals on Wheels, Clemson Miracle, and more

Spotlights in our community this week

Clemson student Madison Williams’ short film ‘136’ to be screened at...

Madison Williams, a 22-year old Clemson University senior, will be presenting her short film at the Cannes Film Festival in France in mid-May. She’ll...

Greenville centenarian Anna Marie Burts reads to fellow Rolling Green Village...

Dr. Anna Marie Burts has lived in Rolling Green Village for more than 20 years. But in the grand scheme of this 101-year-old's life, that is only a small portion of her journey.

One-Stop Open Studios Retrospective showcased at Artisphere

An Upstate art retrospective will be part of the 2018 Artisphere lineup this weekend, allowing attendees of the city’s hallmark arts festival to look back at 15 years of notable, local artwork.

Thousands volunteer at Hands on Greenville 2018 to make a lasting...

More than 4,500 volunteers came together Saturday morning, May 5, to complete a wide range of community projects across Greenville County during the 24th annual United Way Hands on Greenville Day.

The Library and Museum of Revolutionary War History in Simpsonville is...

By Jordon Whitney The Museum of Revolutionary War History in Simpsonville, the only privately operated Revolutionary War museum in the state of South Carolina, was opened...

Bike rides and GORUCKs to benefit Green Beret Foundation over Memorial...

“Memorial Day weekend is the time we set aside to honor the lives and the sacrifices of our military and their families,” Lisa Roten...

In Our Community: A Child’s Haven, Southeastern Symposium on Mental Health,...

COMMUNITY NONPROFIT A Child's Haven awarded $10K grant A Child’s Haven was awarded a $10,000 grant from Newman’s Own Foundation, created by the late actor Paul Newman....

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