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Sep 14, 2023

Designs sought for Greenville park project

Greenville is requesting proposals from designers for the renovation of Mayberry Field at Unity Park. The city is seeking experienced and qualified planning/design consultants or similar professionally qualified consultants such as engineers, architects and landscape architects as well as experts in sports field design and construction to provide administration services to renovate the field. The [...]

Aug 8, 2023

Columbia accounting firms will combine

Two Columbia public accounting firms have announced a merger effective this month. Fleischman & Associates PA will merge its professional practice into The Hobbs Group as of Aug. 21. Combining forces, the firm will have a team of more than 50 professionals specializing in a range of services, including assurance, taxes, accounting, advisory, small business […]

Aug 3, 2023

Inmate center plan receives $60M from bank

Former inmates returning to the community will be able to get help and workforce training through a new program coming to South Carolina. Concordance, a nonprofit based in Missouri, is partnering with Wells Fargo and the South Carolina Department of Corrections to open a center in the Greenville area that will offer mental health and […]

Jul 25, 2023

Military veterans build 9-figure company in Greenville

With honorable discharges separating their past in the Marine Corps from their future, John Warren and John Thompson thought they were ready to take on the business world. They became entrepreneurs, launching, growing and then selling their first enterprise. Now they’re on to the next.

Jul 24, 2023

Greenville Airport District master plan is in the works

The planning eye of Greenville is turning its sights on the area around the Downtown Greenville Airport and Greenville Convention Center and sees a district ripe for the kind of growth and development that attracts more than conventioneers and airplanes. With additions that include pedestrian- and traffic-friendly enhancements, a vision is emerging for a district that has its own identity and i[...]

Jun 22, 2023

Greenville creates economic development corporation

GREENVILLE – City officials have created a new entity with the goal of raising funding for economic development projects. The Greenville City Council recently approved the creation of the Greenville City Economic Development Corp., according to a news release. The 501(c)(3) will have its own board of directors and the ability to raise private funding. […]

Aug 10, 2018

Biological parents sue foster parents over toddler’s death

GREENVILLE (AP) The biological parents of a 2-year-old boy who fell into a pool and died in 2016 are suing the boy’s foster parents. The Greenville News reports two lawsuits were filed Aug. 6 on behalf of Njamena Wilcox and William Patrick Henry against Travis and Rebecca Wagner. Attorney Theo Mitchell says the biological family is seeking wrongful […]

Jul 31, 2018

SC bowling alley sued after teen killed in parking lot

GREENVILLE (AP) The mother of a teen who was shot and killed outside a South Carolina bowling alley has sued the business, saying it failed to protect her son. The Greenville News reported that LaToya Robinson sued Tri-City Lanes on July 2 for the 2016 death of her son, 17-year-old KeJuan Brown. Twenty-two-year-old Albert Lavern Taylor pleaded […]

Jul 31, 2018

South Carolina sheriff’s deputy fired; 5 reprimanded

GREENVILLE (AP) A sheriff’s deputy in South Carolina has been fired following an internal investigation and five other deputies have been reprimanded. The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release that Deputy Jared Stroud was fired for “untruthfulness.” Sheriff Johnny Mack Brown said earlier this month that an internal investigation was underway into [&helli[...]

Jul 27, 2018

Coroner: Former South Carolina councilman dies in fall

GREENVILLE (AP) A former county councilman in South Carolina has died after he fell from a tree while working on a friend’s property. Greenville County Deputy Coroner Jeff Fowler said that 63-year-old Harold Anthony Trout died July 26 after he fell from a tree at a residence near Honea Path. Fowler said an autopsy showed Trout […]

Jul 23, 2018

Coroner investigates possible electrocution of worker

SPARTANBURG (AP) Authorities say a service technician for a heating and air company appears to have been electrocuted while working. Spartanburg County Coroner Rusty Clevenger said 35-year-old Andrew Middlebrough of Greenville was found dead June 20 at a manufacturing plant in Spartanburg. Clevenger said in a statement it appears Middlebrough was electrocuted, but an autopsy […]

Jun 29, 2018

Police in SC city opt for body cams over dashcams

GREENVILLE (AP) Police in one South Carolina city are phasing out in-car dashboard cameras in favor of body cameras. The Greenville News reported June 25 that the Greenville Police Department’s change could impact agency transparency, as unlike dashboard cameras, body cameras aren’t subject to the state’s Freedom of Information Act. Police Chief Ken Miller says the change [&hel[...]

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