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Saturday, November 17, 2018

‘A flawed system’: SC postpones release of school report cards

Parents won’t get to see school report card ratings until later this month, state Superintendent Molly Spearman announced in a statement Tuesday. South Carolina’s Department...

Fighting fire with fire: How local agencies are using prescribed burns...

The Southern Blue Ridge TREX is a two-week prescribed fire training exchange to be held on 10 different agency properties in the Upstate and Western North Carolina.

GCS monitoring winter weather, flash flood advisories

Greenville County Schools is monitoring two weather advisories that could potentially impact school schedules Thursday and Friday.

Wade Hampton Boulevard could have new look if elements included in...

Wade Hampton Boulevard could look like a completely different place if elements included in a draft strategic plan come to fruition.

Doctors encourage elderly patients to get stronger flu vaccine

Greenville Health System personnel saw nearly 15,000 patients who tested positive for the flu last year, and doctors are hoping this season will be...

Lake Conestee Nature Park adds interpretive trail signs about history, wildlife

Visitors can now learn more about the park's history and ecological importance thanks to a set of interpretive signs that were recently installed along the Swamp Rabbit Trail.

Incumbent Greenville County Schools board members will keep their seats

Six school board members were re-elected, with only three of the races contested, and one newcomer from a special election for Area 21, which was vacated by board member Dana Rohleder in August.

Innovation district, small pocket parks, taming of major roads could be...

An innovation district, small pocket parks and taming of the major highways leading into downtown could be part of Greenville's new downtown master plan.

Doyle announces bid for state Senate seat

Greenville City Council member Amy Ryberg Doyle announced Monday morning that she is running for the South Carolina Senate District 6 seat. The seat is...

Gamers offered $28K annually in scholarships for playing ‘Call of Duty’...

Five teammates who play “Call of Duty” together have been offered at least $28,000 each in scholarships to attend Erskine College for the school’s...

Director of Meyer Center school resigns, will stay on president’s committee

The director of the Meyer Center for Special Children resigned last month after more than two years at its helm. The Greenville-based school primarily serves...

Commutes for Greenville residents growing longer, according to Census Bureau

If you live in Greenville, this probably comes as no surprise: it takes longer to get to and from work.

St. Joseph’s Catholic School to update curb appeal

Greenville’s largest Catholic high school is doing a major update to its front entrance, which has remained largely unchanged since the school opened.

Cost of false alarms increases for Greenville residents, businesses

Greenville cuts the number of "free" false alarms and increases fines in an attempt to reduce the volume of false calls.

McMaster, Wilkins, Greenville County School Board win re-election

All results are unofficial until certified by the Election Commission.   Governor and Lieutenant Governor Henry McMaster/Pamela Evette  - Republican  900,090 James Smith/Mandy Powers Norrell - Democrat  756,187   Secretary...

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