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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
Easley resident indicted on defrauding local company

A 54-year-old Easley woman was among several people who were indicted last week by a federal grand jury. Janna B. Shelby was charged in a four-count indictment with wire fraud, a violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1343, and mail fraud, a violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1341.

Letter: Holding FITSNews Accountable

FITSNews did a post earlier this week on the proposed Woodruff road expansion project in Greenville, S.C. From my perspective, the article had less to do with the merits of this particular project and more to do with a perceived scandal as to how a portion of its funding was being approved. The post even acknowledged that the website had not "studied infrastructure needs in Greenville sufficiently" to say whether the project was a priority.

Nikki Lane Is A Country Star For Divided Times

"The Highway Queen don't need no king," Nikki Lane sings on the title track of her third album, which sees the Nashville-based country-rock hotshot continuing to rule the path she's paved for herself. Lane traffics in the genre that was dubbed alt-country during the '90s, when the connotations of "alt" as a prefix were less strange than they are now .

OCC hits former CertusBank execs with fines, enforcement actions

The founders and former executives of the defunct CertusBank were fined a total of $55,000 for the lavish spending that led to the Greenville, S.C., bank's downfall. Angela Webb, former chief administrative officer, agreed to pay $27,000 in civil penalties to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.

Man pleads guilty in scheme that robbed businesses of 264K

Authorities say a 23-year-old man pleaded guilty to his role in a prepaid card scheme that bilked more than $264,000 from several businesses in South Carolina and Georgia. U.S. Attorney Beth Drake said Friday that Dalvin Michael Davenport Jr. of Greenville was sentenced to two years in prison after pleading guilty to conspiracy to commit access device fraud and money laundering.

Farewell to the circus Updated at

With lights dimming at the end of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey's performance, a thought crossed my mind.

All-American boy lands role in $100m Chinese blockbuster

Hope you kept the receipt! Hilarious photos reveal the awkward and VERY inappropriate gifts bought by grandmas with good intentions 'What kind of animals are they?' Four people are arrested after cerebral palsy-stricken blind boy, 9, dies of starvation weighing just 15LBS Frozen in time: Century-old images of the Inuit people in Canada's icy north-west which were captured by the country's first female photographer First details of Nokia's 'new' 3310 revealed: Retro handset will have color display and be thinner and lighter than the original 'Millennials shouldn't adopt dogs': Cesar Millan says young people are using pets as replacements for BABIES Pictured: The woman suspected of murdering Kim Jong-un's brother poses for a Facebook selfie in a 'LOL' shirt - just like the one she wore for his 'assassination' Service staff reveal the rudest customers they've ever met Netflix is accused of ... (more)

Marion Leach

Marion Hiers Floyd Leach, 94, of Beaufort and widow of Brigadier Gen. James H. Leach, , died Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017, at Summit Place of Beaufort.

Health care: WES student still upbeat after 14 surgeries

The attitude of Reagan Greene, an adventurous 8-year-old Waccamaw Elementary School student is a positive one.

13 make Deana s, Presidenta s lists -

Three students from Buffalo and 10 students from Union Dean's List Honors or President's List Honors at Presbyterian College for the Fall Semester of the 2016-2017 academic year. The three students from Buffalo are Evan Haney, Hannah Morris, and Madison Phipps.

Second Lockheed Martin T-50A takes flight in South Carolina

Lockheed Martin's second T-50A accomplished an initial test flight from the Greenville, S.C., final assembly and check out facility. The inaugural Feb. 20 flight of the second production-ready T-50A from Lockheed Martin's Advanced Pilot Training operations center in Greenville further demonstrates the company's established, lowest-risk offering in the U.S. Air Force's T-X competition.

Hear Nikki Lane on How to Avoid Getting Impaled by a Texas Longhorn

Shooting the cover photo for Nikki Lane 's just-released album Highway Queen was not what one would call low stakes, she explains during her Facebook Live session at Rolling Stone's Manhattan headquarters in February. "[The art director] called me like I'm eight hours out of Austin and said, 'I've got two longhorn steers, the photographer's in the truck, we're ready,'" Lane said.

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.

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