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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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Greenville News
Greenville Co. Schools Superintendent recognized nationwide by Education Week Magazine

Greenville County Schools congratulate Superintendent Dr. W. Burke Royster on being named one of fourteen "Leaders to Learn From" nationwide by Education Week Magazine. "I am most humbled and honored, though I realize this recognition is less about me that it is an acknowledgment of the accomplishments of our district in providing students with necessary supports and opportunities to ensure not only that they graduate, but that they are college and career ready when they do," Dr. Royster said.

SC House members file multiple bills aimed at opioids and heroin; plan to file more

On Tuesday, Feb. 22 State Representatives Eric Bedingfield, Russell Fry, Phyllis Henderson, and Chip Huggins, filed several bills aimed at addressing South Carolina's opioid and heroin problem.

South Carolina "C Fund" Corruption Alleged

This website has written extensively about corruption , incompetence and a lack of prioritization at the South Carolina Department of Transportation . This woefully mismanaged agency has seen its base budget doubled over the last seven years - yet the Palmetto State's roads and bridges are in worse shape than ever.

eRAD Announces New RIS Features

These features are the outcome of focused development efforts, designed to bring even higher levels of clinical and business productivity to outpatient imaging centers, specialty reading groups, community hospitals, and other providers in the imaging industry. eRAD is a leading provider of standards-based, web-centric radiology image and data management solutions.

Second Lockheed Martin T-50A completes first flight

Lockheed Martin's second T-50A performed its inaugural flight from the company's operations center in Greenville, S.C. The event supports the company's bid for the U.S. Air Force's T-X competition, an effort to procure a next-generation trainer jet. The Air Force is looking for a fast, two-seat plane to replace the aging Northrop Grumman T-38 Talon aircraft.

Activists gather on Presidents' Day at S.C. Statehouse rally for unity

About 150 people rallied at the Statehouse on Presidents' Day to spread a message of unity under the Donald Trump presidency. Maya T. Prabhu/Staff The Rev.

Man charged with kidnaping, rape, murder in burned body case...

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Clemson Center for Visual Arts hits the ground running in 2017

The Center for Visual Arts at Clemson University has hit the ground running in 2017, having already opened four new exhibits, hosted an artist talk and celebrated the sale of the spring 2017 shares of Community Supported Art student-created work. The CVA's calendar continues to unfold and reveal more events to attend, including new artists and innovative workshops.

Bob Jones U to get tax-exempt status back after 30 years GREENVILLE,...

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Greenwood County Arrest Report for Feb 17, 2017

Coates, Shanae Shaquille, 11/11/93 of 113 Phil Lane, Hodges SC was arrested by Ware Shoals Police for: no sc drivers license Easley, Evelyn DuBose, 2/14/49 of 120 S University St, Gwd SC was arrested by Gwd City Police for: pointing and presenting a firearm Hawes, Shemicka Tamara, 2/15/87 of 519 Parkland Place Road, Gwd SC was arrested by Gwd City Police for: bench warrant, DUS Hunt, Paul Charles, 3/18/87 of 324 Singing Pines Road, Mountville SC was arrested by Ware Shoals Police for: bench warrant Weeks, Trampus Shane, 1/1/84 of 106 Cedar Court, Gwd SC was arrested by GCSO for: breach of trust with fraud intent Woolridge, Clarence Joseph, 10/24/54 of 245 Magnolia, Gwd SC was arrested by Gwd City Police for: bench warrant Zavala, Manuel Antonio, 9/13/79 of 130 Cochran Drive, Greenville SC was arrested by SCHP for: no sc drivers license, speeding Please feel free to submit your comments.

Beef Jerky Outlet treats Greenville police officers to jerky

The Beef Jerky Outlet on Woodruff Road will celebrate National Random Acts of Kindness Day by donating jerky to the Greenville Police Department. Per a news release from the jerky retailer, workers will deliver multiple flavors and varieties of jerky to police officers.

Upstate Spelling Bee Saturday -

Image courtesy of USC Upstate USC Upstate will host the 13th Annual Upstate Spelling Bee this Saturday. More than 80 students in grades 3-8 from the public and private schools of Cherokee, Spartanburg, and Union counties will take part in the competition.

Sencorables Passes 10,000 Impact & British Spill Test

Greenville, SC, February 14, 2017 Sencorables, together with its manufacturing partner Fabric Sources International, successfully passed the essential 10,000 Impact and British Spill Test. The certification will accelerate the acceptance of Sencorables and its unique and fundamentally different sensing technology within the flooring industry.

Upstate suspects sentenced after $264K card fraud, money laundering conspiracy

Greenville man was sentenced on Feb. 9 after pleading guilty to charges of conspiracy to commit access device fraud and money laundering, according to the District Attorney's Office. They stated David Michael Davenport, Jr., 23, along with other members of the conspiracy, recruited cashiers at various businesses to credit funds onto Green Dot, Visa and other prepaid cards without receiving payment.

Mother hopes federal lawsuit will increase police awareness about mental issues

The Greenville police officers who first encountered an autistic man who officers used a stun gun to subdue in December 2014 testified in federal court Tuesday as part of a lawsuit claiming excessive force. Police used a stun gun to get control of then 34-year-old Tario Anderson on Christmas Eve in 2014 while investigating reports of gunshots in the Augusta Street area.

S.C. Baltimore Oriole Winter Survey and Great Backyard Bird Count set Feb. 17-20

South Carolinians will get a chance to help look for Baltimore orioles, such as this male eating grape jelly at a feeder, during the S.C. Baltimore Oriole Winter Survey February17 to February 20. South Carolinians will get a chance to help look for Baltimore orioles, such as this male eating grape jelly at a feeder, during the S.C. Baltimore Oriole Winter Survey February17 to February 20. The S.C. Department of Natural Resources will conduct an annual Baltimore Oriole Winter Survey Feb. 17-20 in conjunction with the Great Backyard Bird Count. The state natural resources agency is interested in the status and distribution of these colorful songbirds that have begun wintering in the Palmetto State.

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