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Free tax preparation available in Upstate for families and individuals who...

By Meghan Barp You work a job or maybe multiple jobs to put food on the table for your family, buy school clothes for your...

Retired colonel supporting Tommy Smith for Greenville County Sheriff

By Mike Stahl I support the former deputy director, United States Secret Service, A.T. “Tommy” Smith for sheriff of Greenville County because we owe our...

A week of jury duty and the unsatisfying absence of justice

I reacted to my jury duty summons much like, I assume, my peers did — with a mix of curiosity and resentment. As an education...

The Community Foundation’s Sue Priester reflects on giving

At the end of this month my term as chair of the Community Foundation of Greenville will conclude, and I have thoroughly enjoyed serving....

$2 million gift will help ensure Greenville Tech students’ success

By Dr. Keith Miller, president, Greenville Technical College In the late '70s, a student came to Greenville Technical College (GTC) with a great deal of...

This giving season, CHAIRish the children in your life

By Mandy Bullock and Kathryn Freedman For many years, our families have been lucky enough to be involved with one of the Upstate’s treasures—South Carolina...

Why we’re voting ‘Yes’ on amendment

By Jim DeMint and Ellen Weaver On Nov. 6, South Carolina voters will be asked to vote on one of the most important reform initiatives...

Imagine a Day Without Water

By Shelby Cohen It was another morning in China. The scent of street food hung in the air as thousands of scooters weaved in and...

GUEST COLUMN: Affordable housing conversation needs to translate into action

By Don Oglesby Community conversations are raging about affordable housing. Some may be sick of hearing it. I’m reminded of the Elvis Presley lyric, “A...

Physicals get advanced: For some patients, doctors take closer looks

By Leigh Savage Physicals can uncover important information about what patients can do to improve or maintain their health. But for some people — especially...

Op-Ed: Greenville’s bus system leaves a lot to be desired

At first, I was uncertain about being a bus rider.

Op-Ed: It’s time for bilingual education

This year, over 11,000 Hispanic youth were enrolled in Greenville public schools. 48% come from homes that speak English “very well.”

Op-Ed: Our city’s defining symbol is a bridge, not a wall

Here's a little secret: Greenville is the city that globalization built.

Op-Ed: It’s time for South Carolina’s leaders to talk about real...

Now that the primary election has blessedly concluded, can we talk about some real issues here in South Carolina?

Op-Ed: The South Carolina Conservation Bank stays in business

Gov. Henry McMaster recently signed into law a bill that reauthorizes the South Carolina Conservation Bank.

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