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Greenville Fights to Save Wilkins House

Greenville Fights to Save Wilkins House

The Wilkins House came under fire last year from a proposal to build an assisted living center right where the house stands. Built in the late 19th century, the Wilkins House is one of the great historical buildings of Greenville. It was built in the style of the Italianate Villa […]

Local News

Finalists Announced For Greenville Police Chief

Finalists Announced For Greenville Police Chief

There are now six finalists out of the 87 original applications received by Greenville. They are Mike Gambrell, Mike Harmon, Brian Harris, Kenneth Miller, Gerald Hunt and Steven Henry. Each one is currently serving in police departments in South and North Carolina, and in Arizona. Steven Henry is the Chief […]

 

Local Politics

Candidates for Governor Release Available Funds

Candidates for Governor Release Available Funds

Gov. Nikki Haley has quite a bit more cash than her opponent in the race for the Governorship. Her campaign has reported that she has almost $4.5 million cash available for the race. The last quarter alone raked in $1 million. This came from fundraisers that she attended, including 5 […]

Local Politics

Thomas Ravenel Will Enter Race To Replace Sen. Graham

Thomas Ravenel Will Enter Race To Replace Sen. Graham

Thomas Ravenel, former State Treasurer, has announced that he will run in the race for the U.S. Senate seat that Sen. Lindsey Graham currently holds. He will run as an Independent and will be the forth candidate in the race if he collects the required 10,000 signatures that are needed […]

 
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Arts & Events

Macedonia Baptist Church Will Hold Play

Macedonia Baptist Church Will Hold Play

On Saturday, August 9th, the Macedonia Baptist Church will present their play, “The Glory Train”. The show will be held at 5 pm, and everyone is invited. Admission is free. “The Glory Train” is a funny story on the importance of being a Christian in deed as well as in […]

Arts & Events

Centre Stage, An Artistic Center For The Community

Centre Stage, An Artistic Center For The Community

Greenville’s Centre Stage, started in 1983 is both a group and the amphitheater where they perform. The Amphitheater, which can hold a little under 300 people in it’s open aired benches, is a big part of the theatrical community and the rest of Greenville as a city. It works with […]

 

Editorial

Protect Against Mosquito Bites

Protect Against Mosquito Bites

Mosquitoes are out in high numbers again. The pesky insects range from minor annoyances to deadly plague-spreaders depending on the situation and species (yes, there are different species of mosquitoes). But the ways to deal with them are more or less universal. Here are some tips to keep the number […]

Editorial

Get A Job

Get A Job

It’s a story that gets old fast. You don’t have a job. You try to get a job, but nothing seems to work. When you talk to people about it, they just reply, “Well, have you tried looking?” If only it were that easy, you think. According to the U.S. […]

Editorial

Trending Hate

Trending Hate

Usually, trends are about things people like. Shoes. Music. Movies. Overly-priced coffee. Sometimes, however, trends end up being more about what people don’t like than what people do like. It is actually trendy to hate some things, and there are people that spend just as much time devoted to that […]

 

Featured Business

Pegasus, A High Class Transportation Service

Pegasus, A High Class Transportation Service

One of the big question in transportation services is the quality. Too often we have all had that bad experience with a rude driver, or a vehicle that smells like last week’s garbage. There is a real need for quality transportation in Greenville. Pegasus Transportation is the answer to that […]

Featured Business

Barbers on Mohawk

Barbers on Mohawk

The barbers at The Barbershop on Mohawk Drive really know what they are doing. Just one look inside let’s you know that they have experience with good people. The barbers here earn rave reviews city-wide for their creativity and their knowledge on all things hair related. With their slogan of “Retro […]

Featured Business

Soby’s: A Unique Southern Experience

Soby’s: A Unique Southern Experience

  Opened in 1997, Soby’s has make itself one of Greenville’s unique treasures. Soby’s New South Cuisine is an amazing blend of both old and new, bringing in tradition to the modern world. For example, one of their prized dishes, the Braised Beef Short Ribs. It takes a traditional Southern […]

 

Lifestyle

Study Links Red Meat to Breast Cancer

Study Links Red Meat to Breast Cancer

Women of all ages have another reason to skip the hamburgers. A recent study suggests that women who eat red meat more often may have a slightly higher risk of breast cancer. The study looked at over 88,000 women who were between the ages of 26 and 45. Women in […]

Lifestyle

Easy Steps to a Healthier You

Easy Steps to a Healthier You

Swimsuit season is upon us, and suddenly our thoughts turn to our fitness. The good news is that it can be easy to cut calories and add exercise into your day! One easy way to add extra steps into your day is to park far from the door. The extra […]

 

Local People

Local Glider Swoops In For Record

Local Glider Swoops In For Record

Financial adviser by day, but after hours Gary Davis has a more high minded job in mind. 3,700 feet higher. He has just set the record for altitude with his electric ultralight at more than half a mile in the air. For most of his 39 years flying Davis has […]

Local People

Hannah Pace Takes Over Berea Softball Program

Hannah Pace Takes Over Berea Softball Program

Berea High School knew that it needed a new softball coach quickly when Jessica Vandekerkhove resigned. So Furman University softball catcher Hannah Pace was heaven sent for them. Only a month after she finished her college program and played her last game at Furman University, she has been picked to […]

 

Headlines

Petition on Sunday Alcohol Fails

Petition on Sunday Alcohol Fails

In a new twist on the story of the Sunday alcohol ban petition, the petition is no more after officials disqualified more than a quarter of the signatures. Local ale owner David McCraw, who started the petition in June, had been confident that his petition had the required 7,500 signatures […]

 

Featured Stories

More People Choosing To Rent

More People Choosing To Rent

It used to be the American Dream to own your own house. Not as much now, according to second quarter reports. Rent growth was up 2.4% from April through June, the highest it’s been since the turn of the century. Homeownership has dropped nationwide, down to 64.8% a nearly two decade […]

Featured Stories

200 Jobs Open This Week At Jobs Fair

200 Jobs Open This Week At Jobs Fair

Aramark Clemson Dining Services will be hosting a week-long job fair to get over 200 jobs filled. The jobs are mostly customer service and will include positions like cooks, cashiers, concessions workers, bakers, student workers, baristas and other similar positions. The jobs fair will be held at the Clemson University […]

 

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Things to Do

Go See The Fish

Go See The Fish

Walhalla State Fish Hatchery is a unique hatchery in the state of South Carolina. One of five hatcheries in the state, this Upstate hatchery is the only one that is cold-water, giving it different fish than you would expect in the other hatcheries. The other 4 hatcheries have fish like […]

Things to Do

Carolina Ballet Theatre: The Best Dance

Carolina Ballet Theatre: The Best Dance

With performances like Arabian Nights, The Nutcracker and Tipping Pointe, the Carolina Ballet Theatre is one of the top ballet groups in the region and Greenville’s only professional resident dance company. This not for profit group puts on some of the best dance ballets that you’ll see. It’s a tight-knit […]

Things to Do

Peace Center In Greenville Offers World Class Events

Peace Center In Greenville Offers World Class Events

In the heart of Greenville, there is a place for world class performances. With the Peace Center’s unique architecture, the music seems to come from the building itself. For the past 24 years, this community theater has performed exceptionally for the community. Funded and built by efforts and donations from […]

 

Food

The Green Room Bring a Personal Touch To Upstate Class

The Green Room Bring a Personal Touch To Upstate Class

  The Green Room is a unique kind of combination of casualness with sophistication that you won’t find anywhere else. They call it “Upstate Casual” and it’s making a big change in their restaurant. People come in and leave with rave reviews of the customer service. It’s a great place […]

Food

Coffee Underground, The Best Kept Secret in Greenville

Coffee Underground, The Best Kept Secret in Greenville

Under the Ristorante Bergamo, there is a secret, hidden in the heart of Greenville. There, you can find a great coffee shop where you can get away from it all. The food and coffee there get the highest reviews from the people that frequent it. The hidden coffee shop hosts […]

 
 

Featured Videos

VIDEO: BMW Group production plant in South Carolina USA

VIDEO: BMW Group production plant in South Carolina USA

The BMW plant near Spartanburg in South Carolina, USA, began producing BMW automobiles for the world market in 1994. Today, it manufactures the BMW X3, BMW X5 Sports Activity Vehicle and the X6 Sports Activity Coupe and their variants. In 2014 the production of the all new BMW X4 will […]

Featured Videos

VIDEO: Ex-con Senate Hopeful Returning To Reality TV

VIDEO: Ex-con Senate Hopeful Returning To Reality TV

A convicted felon trying to make a comeback in South Carolina politics has reversed course and says he’ll continue his gig on a reality TV show. According to the Associated Press, Thomas Ravenel, a former Republican state treasurer who was busted on a cocaine charge, has signed up for second […]