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FDA recalls children’s cough syrup sold at Dollar General

A children's cough syrup, sold nationwide at Dollar General retail stores could make infants and young children sick. Kingston Pharma is recalling some of it’s...

TEDxGreenville: After a decade of conversation, organizers and participants reflect on...

TEDxGreenville has brought ideas worth sharing to Greenville for the last decade. What has been its impact?

Foster parent charged with CSC dating back to 2015-2016

Investigators with the Greenville County Sheriff's Office have charged a foster parent with having inappropriate physical contact with a child under the age of...

Greenville County Schools adopts resolution on education reform bill

Board members with Greenville County Schools don’t want to take an official position on two massive education reform bills in the South Carolina House...

Gateway Project: I-85 SB to close for several hours, expect detours

Officials with the Gateway Project in Greenville have announced that a portion of I-85 Southbound through the I-385 interchange will be closed on Wednesday,...

Museums: Greater visibility, more space main draws of proposed downtown events...

Greenville County Museum of Art and Museum & Gallery of Bob Jones University could get new space in proposed downtown events center.

Proposed downtown events center could drive new tourism, business to Greenville

A “one-of-a-kind” proposed events center on the banks of the Reedy River in downtown Greenville would be a major draw for conferences, increase tourism...

Food recycling program fights hunger, reduces waste, changes lives

Last year, 2.3 million pounds of quality food was diverted from landfills and instead fed about 362,000 people in Greenville. Nonprofit Loaves & Fishes rescued that food to deliver to nearly 100 soup kitchens, churches, after school and feeding programs—all free of charge.

Volunteers working to clean Martin Garden Center after vandalism

An Upstate long-running garden center that sells plants, gardening supplies, gifts and accessories is still in the cleanup process after being targeted by vandals. Staffers...

Mauldin Police Youth Academy registration is officially open

Parents, if you have ever wanted an opportunity to sign your child up for a program that helps build self esteem and character, while interacting...

Weekender: St. Patrick’s Day events & road closures to know about

Two popular St. Patrick's Day celebrations in Downtown Greenville are going to cause a few road closures on Saturday. The 8th annual St. Paddy's Day...

Elderly couple attacked by two dogs in Greenville

Greenville Police are investigating after an elderly couple was attacked by two pit bulls. Donald Porter, a spokesperson for the Greenville Police Department, said the...

What’s next? SC Mega Millions $1.5 Billion jackpot winner reveals donation...

Even though the winner of the $1.5 billion dollar Mega Millions jackpot has decided to remain anonymous, we are learning more about led up...

SC bill would allow Dreamers in-state tuition, licensure

As a child, when Sarai Bautista imagined the Chihuahuan Desert in northern Mexico, she envisioned sparse, flat outstretches of sand — but when she walked it at age 11 with her mother and two younger siblings, she felt every rocky slope they stumbled over.

Travelers Rest High teacher a finalist for SC Teacher of the...

Shelley Smith, teacher of the year for Greenville County Schools, has been named one of five finalists for the South Carolina Teacher of the...

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