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The architect who designed the space for Teresa Gregory's blueprinting business, The Copy Spot Inc., made an impression on that building's owner.
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They were married December 28, 1963 at Bethel Church of God, Greenville, S.C. by the late Reverend J. D. Bailey Maggie is the daughter of the late Caesar and Ruby Davenport Channell of Greenville.
Saluda River Club in Lexington was honored with seven REGAL awards by the Sales and Marketing Council of the Home Builders Association of Greater Columbia: Best Mobile Website - Developer, Best Advertising Video, Best Overall Advertising Campaign, Best Interior Merchandising , Best Outdoor Living Space, Columbia Community of the Year - Master ... (more)
Dorothy Lowe Weedman, 78, resident of 1292 Riviera Drive, widow of Charles Desmond Weedman, Jr., died March 5, 2014, at her home.
This popular attraction brought a total of 15,565 skaters to the ice rink next to Greenville City Hall, and that was an average of 294 skaters a day.
During the Community Development Foundation's Wake Up Tupelo and Lee County breakfast on Friday, South Carolina economic developer Hal Johnson suggested that Greenville's recent past could be Northeast Mississippi's future.
Casey Ashley's weight fell off by more than 5 1/2 pounds today at the Lake Hartwell FLW Tour, but he added about a half-pound to his lead.
A motorcyclist died after a collision with a car on State 253 just outside the city of Greenville, according to the Highway Patrol.
How many times have we witnessed children returned to abusive parents or pets returned to abusive owners? Why are the authorities and courts always more concerned with protecting the rights of wrong doers than the actual victims? These decisions often end in tragedy as the next investigation is usually a death investigation which then forces the ... (more)
For one teenager, homelessness is his reality but not his label. Hard work. Struggle.
Five teens were arrested after Mauldin police responding to a report of a burglary found about 100 pounds of marijuana that resulted in a sixth arrest, authorities said.
Did you know that some scientists predict that nanoscale science will change our world even more than computer science? Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Roper Mountain Science Center will host hands-on activities and demonstrations for families as part of a nationwide festival organized by the Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network .
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Warrants were issued late today alleging that a former student of Laurie Patton strangled her, set her motel room on fire and stole her vehicle.
In the '60s, it was touch-tone phones; in the '70s, it was home intercom systems and microwave ovens; and in 2014, it's outdoor living and home decor.