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Sunday, December 9, 2018

New 12-acre Laurens Road development snags Home Team BBQ and a...

Holland Park, a new 12-acre mixed-use development at 813 Laurens Road, will break ground early 2019, bringing nationally recognized and low-country favorite Home Team BBQ to Greenville; a new local brewery concept, Double Stamp Brewery; a half-acre of shaded planned green space; and more than 18,000 square feet of additional office, retail, and restaurants.

Greenville County Schools monitoring winter weather for Monday

Greenville County Schools will not make a decision about closings or delays on Monday until at least Sunday afternoon, the district announced Thursday. The National...

DNA analysis identifies remains of Upstate sailor killed at Pearl Harbor

Nearly eight decades after the attack, the remains of Navy Fireman 2nd Class Carl D. Dorr have been identified and returned home for burial.

Greenville County Sheriff’s Office resolves 911 system outages for mobile callers

The Greenville County Sheriff's Office resolved reported issues with its 911 system Thursday for callers using mobile carriers. Ryan Flood, spokesperson for the office, said...

City begins look at whether scooter ban should be lifted

A city ordinance bans e-scooters from Greenville's downtown and streets outside the central business district with speed limits of 30 mph or more. Some Greenville City Council members are looking at whether that should change.

Floods, heat waves, and air pollution: New report details how the...

A scientific report issued by 13 federal agencies last week paints a troubling picture of what could await the region if significant steps aren’t taken to address climate change.

A downtown parking lot is being repaved with nanomaterials made from...

The tiny rod-like structures have been shown to improve the strength and durability of concrete structures and reduce the carbon footprint of manufacturing cement.

Arrest made in death of Greenville Uber driver, Design Review Board...

More than a year and a half after the death of Greenville Uber driver and Design Review Board member Mike Mecklenburg, an arrest has been made.

Radios used by city of Greenville’s first responders need a nearly...

The radios that Greenville's first responders use are so old the city has to try to find spare parts on eBay. What the city is talking about doing and how much is it going to cost?

Greenville could hire construction manager for new Augusta Street fire station...

Greenville bought land for a new Augusta Street fire station three years ago. When will construction start?

Greenville County Schools to send text alerts to parents on school...

The district has never sent text alerts or early morning robocalls, partly because of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) — legislation enacted by the Federal Communications Commission in 1991 that restricts telemarketing communications to safeguard consumer privacy.

Field Notes: El Nino to bring more rain to the Upstate...

Meteorologists with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are predicting “wetter-than-average conditions” in the southern United States through February.

Greenville school leaders named SC principals of the year

Two Greenville County Schools leaders were ranked at the top among their peers Friday by the South Carolina Association of School Administrators (SCASA). Principal Rhonda...

Data shows most alumni from SC schools stay in state after...

More than half of South Carolina’s college graduates stay in the state after graduation, according to data published by Emsi in October.

Greenville Tech partners with detention center to offer work skills

The line item partners Greenville Technical College with the detention center to assist in re-entry programs for inmates.

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