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The sixth largest city in South Carolina, Greenville is located halfway between Charlotte and Atlanta. Part of the Cherokee Nation's land until the end of the French and Indian War the area was first settled by European Richard Pearis. Today the city is homes to four independent theaters and the CrossWinds Golf Club. CrossWinds is the only golf course with each hole planned by a different designer. The city also hosts the Southern Exposure festival, held every year for three days events include wine tasting, food tasting, multi course dinners, and music.

Population: 56006
Local Newspapers: The Greenville News
Local Sports Teams: The Greenville Drive (A Baseball)
Local Colleges: Furman University

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USC Upstate names three local students to Chancellor's List

USC Upstate recently named three area students to the Fall 2016 Chancellor's List. They were Kayla Brown and Kensey Stephens of Camden and Danielle James of Elgin.

Week 1 of Senate gas tax debate closes without compromise

Debating a blueprint for fixing South Carolina's crumbling roads, Senators have yet to strike a compromise on the bill to raise the gas tax. After one week of long discussion, there is no agreement.

Salute to our armed forces

As Americans, we have several opportunities to celebrate the military members who stand and defend our great nation every day. Memorial Day.

USC paid $1 million to future South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster and...

The University of South Carolina spent more than $1 million for consulting and fundraising services from the now-embattled Richard Quinn & Associates and to one of the firm's star clients, future Gov. Henry McMaster. RQA and McMaster started working at the state's flagship college on the same month, February 2011, just weeks after McMaster left the state attorney general's office, according to USC documents received Thursday as part of a records request by The Post and Courier.

The Mayo Princess Who Didn't Know She Was a Celebrity

Nearly ninety years ago, Genie Bronson Kramer ate Duke's mayonnaise in Piedmont, California-decades before the condiment gained its cult following and trekked across the Continental Divide. Genie's grandmother Eugenia Duke made it from scratch to serve on white bread, just as she had in Greenville, South Carolina, where she launched the Duke's Sandwich Company a century ago.

Who chose the architect for school projects? District isna t saying right now

Whale Branch High School is one step closer to getting a new gymnasium and its first performing arts center after a Tuesday night Beaufort County School Board vote to begin contract negotiations with McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture, a firm selected in secrecy. Activists had earlier expressed concerns that a North Carolina-based firm connected to the superintendent's past projects would be chosen, but the selection committee's first choice is based in Greenville, S.C. The committee, assembled by the district, consists of two staffers from the district's facilities office, a high school principal and a community member with expertise in facilities design and construction, according to district spokesman Jim Foster.

Charleston officials push for affordable housing bill in the Statehouse

Sen. Marlon Kimpson, D-Charleston, has sponsored a bill that would allow local governments to pass ordinances requiring developers to include a percentage of affordable housing units in new projects or pay an additional development fee. File Sen. Marlon Kimpson, D-Charleston, has sponsored a bill that would allow local governments to pass ordinances requiring developers to include a percentage of affordable housing units in new projects or pay an additional development fee.

New Wild Wing Cafe on Woodruff Road to open Friday

Wild Wing Caf will open its new location off Woodruff Road in Greenville will open on Friday, the restaurant chain said in a news release. "Greenville has long been home to Wild Wing Cafe.

3rd person charged in South Carolina shooting death

A third person has been arrested in the shooting death of a man found at a South Carolina gas station earlier this month. Greenville County sheriff's spokesman Ryan Flood told local media outlets that 19-year-old Shyheem Hassan Rice of Greenville was arrested Tuesday and charged with murder and conspiracy.

No charges for officers in S. Carolina parking lot shooting...

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Greenville County Schools hiring at Tuesday job fair

The job fair will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. at Southside High School, which is located at 6630 Frontage Road, off White Horse Road in Greenville. He's often seen speaking out in Washington on controversial issues and now he's planning to be in Myrtle Beach.

Continued under-staffing leading to violent incidents at South Carolina's prisons

Denver Jordan Simmons, 35, of Flintstone, Ga., and Jacob Theophilus Philip, 25, each are charged with four counts of murder. S.C. Department of Corrections/Provided Four inmates were found dead in a dorm at Kirkland Correctional Institution.

Greenwood County Arrest Report for April 17, 2017

Abercrombie, David Kyle, 3/8/71 of 100 Madison Street, Gwd SC was arrested by GCSO for; domestic violence 2nd degree Anderson, Lavaria Jamel, 9/3/99 of 595 McLees Ave, Gwd SC was arrested by Gwd City Police for: failure to stop on lawful command, possession of controlled substance, possession of stolen vehicle, resisting arrest with assault on officer Archie, Brayland Alexander, 6/28/92 of 155 Ridge Road, Greenville SC was arrested by Gwd City Police for: simple possession of marijuana, unlawful carrying of pistol Ashley, Joey Alton, 9/12/85 of 405 Billy Leopard Road, Cross Hill SC was arrested by GCSO for: bench warrant, DUS 2nd offense, operating uninsured vehicle, unlawful use of tag Baumgardner, David Howard, 8/7/63 of 104 Foxcroft Drive, Gwd SC was arrested by GCSO for: bench warrant, contempt of court Calhoun, James Sr., 8/7/63 of 104 Foxcroft Drive, Gwd SC was arrested by GCSO ... (more)

Video surveillance: MobileVision Surveillance Trailers introduced

Video surveillance: Industrial Video & Control introduces its MVT series surveillance trailers. The MVT series are highly configurable platforms designed for a wide variety of short-term and long-term surveillance applications.

Man found shot to death was ride-sharing services driver

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Bottoms Up: Backstage at the Something Rotten! Tour with Rob McClure, Episode 10: Furry Friends

Rob McClure and the gang are in Greenville, South Carolina! Adorable lemurs, mice and even a newborn kitten await you in this latest episode. We just released a new round of tickets with the best availability between November 7, 2017 and March 5, 2018.

Police release surveillance video of suspect in Greenville car break-ins

Officers said the break-ins occurred to multiple vehicles in the North Main community during early-morning hours on Friday. North Korea's vice foreign minister is blaming President Donald Trump for escalating tensions on the Korean Peninsula through his tweets and expansion of military exercises.

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