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Furman University to rename James C. Furman Hall, erect statue of...

Furman University announced it will rename James C. Furman Hall and erect a statue of Joseph Vaughn, the first black student to attend the...

Quest Leadership Academy files discrimination suit one day before vote to...

A predominantly black charter school in Greenville filed a federal lawsuit against the South Carolina Public Charter School District alleging discrimination on May 8...

Woodmont High named one of the top high school theater programs...

In the span of 11 years, Woodmont High School went from having a single theater class to being one of the top high school...

In Our Community: Shakespeare Festival, summer reading program, and more

Shakespeare’s classics ring in a quarter century of free performing arts in Greenville The Upstate Shakespeare Festival celebrates 25 years of free family entertainment in...

Paul’s Pick: Must-sees at the world-class Spoleto Festival

Paul’s Pick of the Week: The Spoleto Festival USA, May 24-June 9 in Charleston. Why you should go: Spoleto is one of the nation’s –...

Greenville County Schools teams honored for academic performance

Greenville County School’s athletic teams were honored for top academic performance during a Greenville Drive game Tuesday night. Greenville High School is the 2019 Drive...

SC’s first public school for dyslexic students sees initial success

EASLEY — Andrea Bishop's son always had a hard time in school. By fourth grade, he couldn't grasp basic reading exercises, and when his...

Greenville Women Giving announces 2019 grant winners

Greenville Women Giving announced the 2019 grant winners on May 14 at its annual meeting and awards ceremony at the Crowne Plaza. Seven local organizations received...

City Council approves $425,000 for Greenlink operations

City Council voted to appropriate $425,021 in the General Fund for Greenlink at the May 13 formal City Council meeting, bringing the City’s total...

Former Greenville mayor William D. “Bill” Workman III dies at 78

Former mayor William D. “Bill” Workman III “fit what Greenville needed like a glove” in the period in which leadership of his sort was...

Folk-rockers bring more expansive sound to the Peace Center on Saturday

For about four albums there, the Los Angeles quartet Dawes earned their label of folk-rock, though they did do a pretty incredible job of...

Local archer Danielle Han shoots competitively, teaches kids

Most people garden, hike, draw, or binge-watch the same two shows as hobbies, but Danielle Han shoots arrows at colorful targets in her home's backyard.

Scottish Games back in Greenville for 14th year

More than 20,000 people are expected to show up for Greenville's 14th annual Scottish Games celebration on Memorial Day weekend. The event's founders named the...

Greenville Tech adds accelerated 1-year associate degrees

Some Greenville Technical College students will now have the option of completing an associate degree in one year rather than two.

Local artist blends fashion, fine art to create abstract mixed media

Whether it’s an artificial flower at Hobby Lobby or a picture in a fashion magazine, Amanda Illian-Bankhead creates mixed media art by building upon that which first inspired her.

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