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A proposal to redevelop Greenville County’s former Poe Mill site into a vast mixed-use planned development received a key approval Tuesday night as Greenville County Council voted unanimously to rezone the former mill site.
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A residential development is likely coming to roughly 53 acres in northern Fountain Inn off of Bryson Drive.
At least five South Carolina-connected individuals received pardons or commutations from departing President Donald Trump overnight.
Silver Airways will begin service from GSP on March 18, joining recently activated service in Columbia and Charleston after fits and starts during the coronavirus pandemic.
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The Greenville area has about a day's supply of convalescent plasma left. It's used to treat coronavirus patients but will be rationed if the supply drains away.
A residential development is likely coming to roughly 53 acres in northern Fountain Inn off of Bryson Drive. Read more
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Clemson football will have a different look in 2021 without quarterback Trevor Lawrence and running back Travis Etienne, but all 11 of its defensive starters will be back. Read more
WASHINGTON — Vice President Kamala Harris broke the barrier that has kept men at the top ranks of American power for more than two centuries when she took the oath Wednesday to hold the nation's second-highest office. Read more
Now a new CDC director is arriving to a mammoth task: reasserting the agency while the pandemic is in its deadliest phase yet and the nation's largest-ever vaccination campaign is wracked by confusion and delays Read more
"George Bush said to me today, 'You know, you're the savior because if you had not nominated Joe Biden, we would not be having this transfer of power today,'" Clyburn said. "He said to me, 'Joe Biden was the only one who could have defeated the incumbent president.'" Read more
Hospitals are stepping up their efforts to vaccinate everyone else eligible in the first phase — which newly includes several thousand parents — even as appointments for doses continue to exceed what's actually available statewide. Read more