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Those planning to visit Greenville , South Carolina for the first time will be pleasantly surprised at the broad range of activities and attractions available in this beautiful and culturally diverse city.
We've heard complaint after complaint, and now the State Director of Department of Social Services has admitted there's trouble at the DSS office in Richland County.
Cash on Hand, Grassroots Efforts, Congressional Run Support US Senate Candidate Richard Cash's Electability Contact: Alex Hooper, 864-608-8529 ext.
The little city of Greenville, with a population of about 60,000, is billing itself as a "Foodie Paradise."
New technology at MUSC could be the difference in saving a life. The hospital's children's cardiology program is the first in the Southeast to implant mini-cardiac monitors in children.
Turner Padget Graham & Laney announced that Langdon Cheves III and Rhame B. "Chip" Cannon have joined the firm.
An S.C. Senate panel's concerns over a bill that would largely ban and criminalize abortions performed past 19 weeks stalled the measure on Wednesday, as senators say that the bill may have more wide-ranging impacts than the ban itself.
This year several bookstores have tried putting their weight behind a single title in an effort to see if they can move the sales needle through strong, but quick, pushes.
Have you seen the KFC commercial that shows a teen giving his prom date a fried chicken corsage? A South Carolina florist it upping the ante, according to FOXCarolina.com, and is making chicken McNugget boutonnieres.
Car and bicycle traffic head into West Ashley over the Ashley River Memorial Bridge in this May 2013 file photo.
The third annual Clemson Blues Festival is held featuring The Swingin' Medallions, Mac Arnold and Plate Full O'Blues, Greenville's True Blues Band and ReggaeInfinity.
Sheri Taylor has been hired as midday host on Entercom's Magic 98.9 in Greenville, SC.
Greenville leads the cities in the state of South Carolina with the total most Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design- certified buildings at 29. In LEED-certified square footage, Greenville is number two according to the United States Green Building Council , the source of these statistics.
On August 11, Tom J. Ervin of Greenville, South Carolina, announced that he will try to get on the ballot as an independent candidate for Governor of South Carolina.