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Juniper is the new rooftop concept at the AC Hotel in Greenville, that will include an urban gin bar and refined small plates.

North Carolina was at the center of President Donald Trump's reelection campaign as he spoke in front of a crowd of thousands Tuesday night in Gastonia.

Tiger talk: Here's what Syracuse is saying about Clemson ahead of Saturday's game.

COVID-19 has complicated many things in life this year, including high school football tiebreakers. Here's the system in Region 2-AAAA.

Second Chance Church leader and founder of NewSpring Church says he has tested positive for COVID-19.

A boys sweep for the second straight season and another girls championship shows Greenville County swim teams have a history of strong performances.

One person is facing murder charges and another is facing drug charges in the death of Sgt. Conley Jumper of the Greenville County Sheriff's Office.

This letter writer says Dr. Dawn Bingham, a candidate in SC Senate District 12, would add key perspective on public health if elected in November.

A highly anticipated region game has been postponed two weeks due to COVID-19 issues.

@ClemsonUniv  classes will go virtual for the rest of the fall semester after Thanksgiving. Here are the details:

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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.         

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

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.

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