The Greenville Zoo had faced the possibility of losing its popular lions exhibit after failing an inspection for national zoo accreditation.
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David Lee Nelson, a renowned South Carolina performer and Greenville resident who channeled his battle with cancer into his art, has died.
The Clemson-Miami football game scheduled for for Oct. 10 at Death Valley will kick off at 7:30 p.m. and be shown on ABC, the ACC announced Monday.
The Greer councilman, who attended an in-person church service unmasked after feeling symptoms but before being tested, is recovering from the respiratory disease that has crippled the economy and contributed to the deaths of 200,000 people nationwide.
The Greenville Zoo had faced the possibility of losing its popular lions exhibit after failing an inspection for national zoo accreditation. Read more
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