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Gather GVL, Greenville’s first open-air food hall, weeks away from opening

With six repurposed shipping containers and 13 local restauranteurs, the father-son duo of Doug and Mack Cross hope to create a communal space in downtown Greenville.
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

The Reader’s Lens winners for December are …

The Greenville Journal invites you to share your best photos of what the Upstate has to offer. See our December photos from readers – Generations.
Urban Wren Winery

2020’s most highly anticipated restaurants

Looking ahead to 2020, the velocity seems to have slowed, though there’s still plenty of “new” to anticipate.
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I Resolve – 2020 resolutions from community leaders

From eating less carbs to being more visionary with goals, local community leaders have big plans for 2020.

Want to learn a new craft or skill in 2020? Here are some local spots that can help

Here are several places in the Upstate to learn a new skill in 2020.

First New Year twins born at Greenville Memorial Hospital

Congratulations to the parents of the first New Year twins at Greenville Memorial Hospital.

Greenville Police Chief Ken Miller tenders resignation

Deputy Chief Howie Thompson will continue to serve as Interim Police Chief.
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Greenville native to ride on 2020 Donate Life Rose Parade float

“I am honored to be a part of the Donate Life Rose Parade, and my participation is a tribute to Kelli Anne, my donor hero and all donors,” Carter said.

Top 5 | Education Rewind 2019

Here are five events that stood out in terms of education during the 2019 year.

Project HOPE Foundation Board Chair wins Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award

The award is presented to a NASCAR fan who has done volunteer work on behalf of children in their community.

Photo gallery: Hands & Hearts Gala

See photos from the Hands & Hearts Gala

Table 301 restaurant group brings new tradition to town

What started out as a fun idea in 2018 became a very real competition among the Table 301 restaurant group.
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Guest column: We all need safe places to walk and ride a bike

With more than 5 million users to date, the popular Swamp Rabbit Trail is a prime example of safe multimodal infrastructure, and the continued expansion of the SRT network will be a great thing for our community.
Human trafficking

Human trafficking victims get assistance from local nonprofit

According to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, trafficked is defined as; “the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act.”