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Saturday, November 25, 2017

Parkinson’s disease patients pedal their way to better health

New exercise programs offered by YMCA Greenville help slow the progress of the neurological disorder.

UP on the Roof opens for lunch with a bit of...

The same small-plate menu will be served continuously all day until close at midnight, seven days a week.

Musical Moments of 2016

South Carolina and the Upstate made some serious noise on the national music scene this year.

CSAs offer consumers a new way to get farm-fresh produce, meat

Local-first consumers turn to community supported agricultural programs for farm-fresh foods

The 80-Person Jam Session

Spartanburg Jazz Festival takes over USC Upstate and Wofford for two days

New Furman University institute focuses on community health

A new Furman University institute will focus on improving the health of the greater Greenville community.

Three tales of Greenville ghosts

It’s Halloween time again, and that means people get interested in ghosts and haints. And that means people start watching the slasher films from the...

City unveils proposal to transform west side site into a stunning...

Greenville got its first glance last Tuesday of a new west side park and how the area surrounding it could be transformed. Now, the question is how much will it cost and how will the city pay for it.

Volunteers by night

This article is in partnership with the YMCA.  Greenville is home to five YMCA of Greenville branch locations, as well as two outdoor and overnight...

Song Swappers

Long Canes and Amigo cover each other on new EP

Market Point Connector opens

If you’re going to REI, Whole Foods or The Shoppes at Greenridge, here’s some good news – you may no longer have to get...

Julie Alexander, Brittney Kessler, Rionne Ridgeway receive 2016 Lifetime Sales Achievement...

Will Hines // Caitlin Cullen // Brooke Ferguson // Laura Moats // Mark Land

Scout Guide Greenville launches volume 2

When volume two of The Scout Guide Greenville launches this week, it will be filled with insider information on the community — and headed...

Review: metal detectors in Greenville County schools not practical

The installation of metal detectors in all Greenville County schools is neither warranted nor practical and would likely cause more problems than they would...

Wastewater released into Greenville creek

Greenville officials believe some wastewater was released into a creek that runs parallel to West Circle Avenue and Kendal Green Drive and as a precaution are urging people to stay out of the creek and prevent pets from drinking the water.

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