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2 hrs ago | The Charlotte Observer
Some 300 people gathered in Charlotte on Saturday, searching for answers about husbands and uncles, brothers and cousins – loved ones gone but not forgotten.
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6 hrs ago | WMBF
HORRY COUNTY, SC Officers know Saint Patrick's Day celebrations and drinking go hand-in-hand.
9 hrs ago | The Greenville News
They will look for the cheapest. Drivers coming toward Greenville from Columbia or Atlanta are not taking the toll road, because they can take the Highway 418 to Highway 8, or reverse route and avoid the toll road altogether.
13 hrs ago | The Greenville News
A mountain idea is tumbling down the hillsides into the Upstate's rolling piedmont this summer, bringing the intersection of cycling and local foods to an area that is growing in renown on both fronts.
17 hrs ago | The Greenville News
Honored this year are Florence Arnold, Dr. Frankie Felder, Barbara League, Deb Richardson-Moore and Ann Wright.
22 hrs ago | The Greenville News
Google root tree Greenville, SC, and here's what you find: A photo of a woman carrying a toddler.
22 hrs ago | The Greenville News
The company used by BMW Manufacturing Co. to hire contract staffers will hold more job interviews Monday to fill more than 300 openings at the automaker's Greer plant.
On Friday, nine historic markers will be unveiled in downtown Columbia that detail the history behind the sit-ins and marches that occupied Columbia in the early 1960s.
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Consumers' Choice Health Plan is holding enrollment fairs around the area on Saturday to help residents who want to get health insurance through the health care marketplace before the March 31st enrollment deadline.
Proterra Inc. recently announced the sale of seven buses and an electric charging station to Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority.
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The labor market for young people has declined more dramatically than jobless rates show, and the Greenville metropolitan area ranks among the nation's 10 metro areas with the lowest employment rates of young adults ages 20-24, according to a new report.
The Fashion Shack is exiting Greenville after 20 years of business. Beth and Richie Pierce, owners of the discount designer clothing, furniture and accessories retail chain, made the initial announcement via email to their customers.
Mellow Mushroom recently decided to let their employees shake things up, and the result is a fresh experience for diners.
A Greenville woman claims she was denied her constitutional rights because of the ban against gay marriage in the state A Greenville woman claims she was denied her constitutional rights because of the ban against gay marriage in the state One Greenville lawyer says his client has been denied her fundamental right as an American citizen because ... (more)
Bass thumping, hand clapping, crowd pleasing live music is coming back to downtown Greenville.