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Greenville City Council will be discussing this mural project at 3:30 p.m. today― reporter @AngeliaDavis  will be listening in to see what happens.

Students in South Carolina should not return to a traditional classroom setting in August, according to the state’s largest teachers association.

Stacey and David Desrosiers are the people behind The Silos project in Easley, one of the city's most exciting developments in recent history.

Reporters at the Greenville News provided coverage of a tragic nightclub shooting, important government decisions and groundbreaking social change last week.

Mauldin is having an election Tuesday to fill a vacant city council seat. Here's what to know about the three candidates:

Greenville city officials are considering new restrictions that could curtail public gatherings for most of the summer because of COVID-19.

Faculty and students say Clemson is "in an impossible spot" when planning for fall. But they still worry about how they need to plan for what's next.

Researchers have found MIS-C might develop in children and young adults between two and four weeks after they were infected with COVID-19.

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Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders writes an op-ed in advance of his visit to Upstate South Carolina today and Friday.

Graham hasn't faced a serious political challenge for his Senate seat since 2003. But Harrison cited a recent poll showing a tighter-than-expected race. “The winds of change are blowing, my friends," he said in Greenville yesterday.

., who is running on a slogan of social, economic and racial justice, has featured Greenville's gentrification issue in a nationwide campaign video.

The 19-year-old who police say turned an assault weapon on festival-goers was known as a quiet teen who stayed out of trouble.

The disease can kill someone in a matter of months, but Hawking lasted 55 years.         

The Clemson University Board of Trustees has voted to remove John C. Calhoun's name from the Honors College days after a student petition drew the support of thousands.

When #police  take #money  from someone in #SouthCarolina , 7 out of 10 times it’s a black person. Yet, black people make up just 27% of the state’s population. Our #TAKEN  #investigation  found that black men pay the price for SC's civil forfeiture program

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