10 hrs ago | Post and Courier
South Carolina's gubernatorial election is about 18 months away, but both sides have opened fire over allegedly racist comments and associations from each other's supporters.
14 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Before moving to Snohomish, Washington, building their Tiny Tack House and living life more simply, Christopher and Malissa Tack worked in high-tech careers in New York City.
18 hrs ago | FITSNews
Greenville, S.C. is the heart of South Carolina's social conservative Upstate a deeply religious town in a deeply religious region of a deeply religious state.
19 hrs ago | Examiner.com
GBS Building Supply, a green building supply company in the Greenville, South Carolina region, has been in the area for over 40 years while expanding and changing names.
23 hrs ago | The Edgefield Advertiser
A total of 11 camps are scheduled this summer at Piedmont Technical College. Students can choose from a variety of art, science, career-oriented or self-image improvement camps such as the annual Girls Achieving in Technology and Engineering camp, pictured.
Yesterday | Marietta Times
A pending felony charge in her home state kept a South Carolina woman from receiving the community control sentence recommended by both the prosecuting and defense attorneys in her local drug possession case Thursday.
Just received an e-mail from the Upstate Homeless Coalition here in Greenville, SC.
GREENVILLE, S.C. Georgia Southern's Justin Hess pitched a complete-game shutout to defeat College of Charleston , 2-0, in game four of the Southern Conference Tournament at Fluor Field.
Georgia Southern opened the Southern Conference baseball tournament today with a 2-0 win over College of Charleston at Fluor Field in Greenville, S.C. Charleston will play the next game, scheduled for 1:30 p.m., against third-seeded Elon.
Earlier this week we published a guest column from Susan Pearlstine, a Charleston.
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Nina Jonetta Wright, 33, was born in Allendale on Jan. 13, 1980. She was the second of four children and the second daughter born to Diane Wright and the late John L. Wright.
SummitMedia in Greenville, SC is preparing to donate to the victims of the storm during a fundraiser at the Ingles located on Poinsett Highway in Greenville today from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Employees from Summit's four stations are preparing vehicles, tents, and tables for the monetary drive.
An international protest against agricultural biotech giant Monsanto is planned in Greenville, along with similar marches in 33 countries on six different continents, including events in more than 250 U.S. cities.
" Outside " magazine made a list of more than 50 cities that were on their radar: places that are either on the rise, or have stellar outdoor reputations.
Attorneys trying Andrea Sneiderman's murder case will select from among 200 potential jurors, DeKalb Superior Court judge Gregory Adams said Tuesday.