Hobart Lewis wins runoff for Greenville County Sheriff

Lewis will now go on to face Democrat Paul Guy in the general election on March 10.
Greenville YMCA

YMCA of Greenville’s new executive director works to expand impact on community

The new director describes his job as “community-building, advocating for our organization, and helping to bring people to the table.”

Shoeless Joe Jackson featured in ESPN documentary “Banned For Life”

Check out the times and the channels where the episode will air.

Greenville County among best places to save for retirement, according to a study

Out of all 50 states, South Carolina ranked 11th for best places to save for retirement by state.

How to Save a Life: a look inside The Blood Connection

When hospitals need to solve their toughest mysteries, they turn to the lab technicians at The Blood Connection for answers.
Prisma Health

Prisma Health is eliminating 327 staff from a workforce of 32,000

Since Oct. 1, management has eliminated 200 positions through attrition, vacancies and consolidation, for a total of 527 positions.

On the 75th anniversary of the Holocaust, Greenville residents tell their stories

During the event, 6 million Jewish victims of the Holocaust and millions of other victims of Nazism will be honored.
Upstate Fatherhood Coalition

Giving Matters: Upstate Fatherhood Coalition helps rebuild families

The nonprofit was formed in 1999 by a group of concerned citizens from Greenville and Spartanburg counties with funding from the Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina.

Greenville Zoo’s Amur leopard is pregnant; visitors can view ultrasound

The public will have the opportunity to observe an ultrasound at 11 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 16. 

Clemson University’s online master’s program ranked No. 1 in nation

Clemson University’s online master’s in education program was ranked first in the nation for the third year in a row.
Greenville County Law Enforcement Center

Lt. Jason Rampey retires after 24 years with the Greenville Police Department

The announcement comes after Rampey was placed on paid administrative leave in December.

Streetlight replacement project scheduled in downtown Greenville

Work will primarily take place between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Former sheriff opponents endorse Hobart Lewis in runoff, but A.T. Smith asks “what are they hiding?”

His opponent, A.T. “Tommy” Smith, has questioned their motivations, asking “what is it they promised each other if one of them wins?”
Greenville County Schools

Greenville County Schools considering earlier elementary school start time

“Secondary bus riders (high school students) are regularly missing instructional time due to late-morning arrivals,” said district spokeswoman Beth Brotherton

WWII spy to speak in Greenville

Marthe Cohn risked her life posing as a German nurse during the Nazi occupation of France.