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Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Unity Park construction expected to begin in fourth quarter of 2019

Construction on Unity Park, the city of Greenville’s newest signature park planned west of downtown, could begin in the fourth quarter of 2019.

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...

atHome // Ephemera in gray: Jonathan Andrews creates art from what’s...

By Tasha L. Harrison Photography by Will Crooks  The gray jay (Perisoreus canadensis) is a bird native to the Rocky Mountain subalpine terrain. Its feathers range from dove...

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...

Health: The fountain of youth is in your bedroom

Are you looking for the fountain of youth? Dr. Jana Morse said it’s there for the taking every single night. “Sleep really keeps you young,”...

You can’t stop stress, but you can change how you deal...

If there is one health problem everyone experiences, it’s stress. Whether it’s career, family, financial issues, or simply being unable to disconnect from social...

Playing koi: Know the differences between a pond or water garden

By Julia Sibley-Jones Photography by TJ Getz So you’re finally ready to build that koi pond. Now what? According to Jim Borenstein, owner of South Pleasantburg Nursery,...

SUSTO’s Justin Osborne to play solo acoustic show at Radio Room

SUSTO started back in 2014 as the creation of Charleston singer/songwriter/guitarist Justin Osborne. After the breakup of his previous band, the popular indie group...

Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Night coming to Fluor Field

Local business leaders and educators are looking to bring awareness to the Upstate’s growing skills gap with the help of one of America’s favorite pastimes – baseball.

In Our Community: YMCA of Greenville, Loaves & Fishes, and more

ARTS Second GCCA studio artist receives prestigious international art grant Danielle Fontaine has been awarded an Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation grant for emerging artists. Fontaine is the...
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March For Our Lives Greenville draws thousands

Photos by Joshua Kelly An estimated 2,000 people filled Main Street in downtown Greenville Saturday, most of them calling for an end to gun violence...

Governor’s School, city taking steps to protect iconic “roots tree” during...

It’s probably the most famous tree in Greenville, or at least the most photographed, that American beech at the edge of Falls Park with...

Greenville First Baptist Senior Pastor Jim Dant says the Bible can’t...

The Bible tells me so. Those who are against homosexuality often quote Bible verses — Leviticus 18:22, Deuteronomy 22:5, and Genesis 18-19, among others —...

Prepare to be GOBSMACKED!

In the United Kingdom, if someone says they’re gobsmacked, it means they are utterly astonished. And that’s exactly the promise of “GOBSMACKED!” the a...

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