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The Reader’s Lens winners for July are …

The Greenville Journal invites you to share your best photos of what the Upstate has to offer. See our July photos from readers – celebrating America.

The Reader’s Lens winners for June are …

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June photos of the month

The Greenville Journal’s visual director Will Crooks shares his top picks for…

The Reader’s Lens winners for May are …

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The Reader’s Lens winners for April are …

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Rain delays delivery of this week’s Greenville Journal

As anyone who has been in Greenville County this week already knows,…

Visual Gifts – Sponsored by Rosenfield Einstein

A hometown masterpiece, the Greenville County Museum of Art banks on largesse.…

Greenville Journal reporter locked up

On Wednesday, I was locked up because of my job.

Vote for your local artist in Artisphere exhibition

The number of artists at this year’s Artisphere presented by TD Bank who entered but did not get their work into the fest’s Artists of the Upstate exhibit speaks volumes about the growth of the Greenville area’s arts scene.

Letter to the Editor: Greenville will miss you, Sherry

It was three years ago when i joined other Greenvillians in dish-crawling around downtown restaurants. When I was in the initial planning stages of this foodie event, I was contacted by a writer from the Greenville Journal to discuss the ins and outs of the foodie event. Ever since, we have been friends.

‘Goodbye’ is the hardest word

In your hands this week are my last two issues as executive editor of the Greenville Journal and Upstate Business Journal. As with most such goodbyes, this one comes with bittersweet relief.

Dunleavy tapped to head Mary Black Foundation

Spartanburg’s own Katherine Dunleavy has been named president and CEO of the…

SCBT acquires First Federal

South Carolina Bank & Trust has reached an agreement to acquire First…