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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

Zip Codes associated with greenville, south carolina: 29601 29605 29607 29609 29611 29615 29617 29640 29642 69644 29650 29673 29681 29687
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Greenville News
Lockheed Martin Moving F-16 Production To South Carolina

News media outlets report the company is moving production of F-16s to Greenville, South Carolina, to make room for expanded production of the newer F-35 jet fighters in Fort Worth, Texas. Defense One reports that the United States has not purchased F-16s since 1999, but Lockheed Martin has orders from several countries.

Mississippi, Georgia couples named outstanding young farmers

Couples from Mississippi and Georgia are among four couples who have been recognized as among the nation's best young farmers. Brad and Molly Judson of West Point, Mississippi; and Ben and Julie Anna Boyd of Sylvania, Georgia, took home the awards from the National Outstanding Young Farmers Awards Congress last month in Greenville, South Carolina.

'A Hero's 5K' raises money to support military families in the Upstate

The race was founded in memory of Greenville solider SPC Geoffrey Whitsitt, who was killed by enemy forces in Afghanistan. Funds raised during the race will be donated to Upstate Warrior Solution and be used to support the needs of South Carolina servicemen and women and their families.

The Marcus King Band To Appear On CBS 'Saturday Sessions'

Each Saturday a musical act performs as part of the nationally televised morning talk show CBS This Morning for a segment dubbed Saturday Sessions . The Saturday Sessions on Saturday, March 25 will feature rising jam-blues act The Marcus King Band .

Unloaded gun found in backpack at South Carolina high school

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3 EHS students out on bond after arrests

The homecoming queen and two football players from Easley High School have been arrested and are facing multiple charges, including armed robbery. According to the Greenville County Sheriff's Office, 18-year-old Brinae Davone Smith of Spirit Mountain Lane, Tyrese Omari Deshaun Bradley, also 18, of Duvall Street, and 17-year-old Quenten Jamal Phillips have all been charged with conspiracy and armed robbery.

VIDEO: Greenville Co. deputy explains card skimmer, camera found at bank

As identity thieves get better and better technology, deputies are warning Upstate citizens to be aware of new scam techniques. The Greenville County Sheriff's Office released a video of a card skimmer and camera which were found at a Greenville bank on Thursday.

Bill requiring seat belts on SC school buses introduced

One Representative believes her bill to get seat belts on school buses will do that. The bill, if passed, would require bus manufacturers to install lap seat belts on the new buses they make for South Carolina students starting in 2020.

Lockheed Martin moving F-16 production to South Carolina

Local media outlets reported the company is moving production of F-16s to Greenville to make room for expanded production of the newer F-35 jet fighters in Fort Worth, Texas. Defense One reported that the United States has not purchased F-16s since 1999, but Lockheed Martin has orders from several countries.

DA: Mauldin man pleads guilty to child porn charges

Reports say 47-year-old David Specyalski of Mauldin made is guilty plea on Wednesday at a federal court in Greenville. Evidence presented in court revealed that law enforcement had conducted a proactive investigation involving a file-sharing network used by individuals with an interest in child pornography.

Regional Management Corp (RM) Upgraded at Zacks Investment Research

According to Zacks, "Regional Management Corp. is a diversified specialty consumer finance company engaged in providing loan products primarily to customers with limited access to consumer credit from banks, thrifts, credit card companies and other traditional lenders. It offers Small Installment Loans, Large Installment Loans, Automobile Purchase Loans, Furniture and Appliance Purchase Loans and Insurance Products.

IHEA 2017 Fall Seminars Set for Greenville, South Carolina

The Industrial Heating Equipment Association will host its 2017 fall seminars at the Westin Poinsett in Greenville, South Carolina on Tuesday, September 19 and Wednesday, September 20. The Industrial Heating Equipment Association will host its 2017 fall seminars at the Westin Poinsett in Greenville, South Carolina on Tuesday, September 19 and Wednesday, September 20. IHEA's 48th Annual Combustion seminar and its annual Safety Standards and Codes seminar will take place over the course of the two days. IHEA's Induction seminar will be a half-day event on Tuesday afternoon, September 19. Attendees to all events will enjoy access to IHEA's tabletop dxhibition and reception on Tuesday afternoon.

Rough roads cost Myrtle Beach drivers nearly $1,800 a year, D.C. group says

Brad Dean, president and CEO of the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce, looks over the report outlining the state of the roads in the Myrtle Beach area on Tuesday. TRIP, a Washington, D.C., based research group, released the study stating that it cost $1,789 per driver in the Myrtle Beach area because of crashes, congestion-related delays and deteriorating bridges and roads.

Put up Your Duke's

A hundred years ago, an enterprising woman named Eugenia Duke started selling sandwiches made her homemade mayonnaise to soldiers stationed near Greenville, South Carolina. By 1919 she was selling over 10,000 sandwiches a day, making her a successful and profitable entrepreneur in an era when women had little leverage in the business world.

Upstate family desperate for answers after loved one missing for 1 year

A family is looking for answers into the disappearance of their loved one, who on Monday, has been missing for exactly one year. Timothy English, 60, was first reported missing to the Greenville County Sheriff's Office on March 22, 2016.

Greenville Co. officials increase awareness about CodeRED notifications

The CodeRED emergency notification service is not new and Greenville County has had it for years. But now, leaders are pushing to get the word out about the service because many residents still don't know it exists or how it can help when there's an emergency in the area.

Luke Smash! Watch Luke Bryan Smash His Guitar to the Restful Sounds of a oeEnter Sandmana

During a concert stop in Greenville, S.C., on March 11, Luke Bryan closed the show by smashing a guitar to the restful sounds of his band playing Metallica's "Enter Sandman."

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