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A flowing river at Falls Park in downtown Greenville.

Greenville Chamber Releases 2019 Public Policy Guide

The Greenville Chamber has released its 2019 policy agendas, focused on increased teacher pay, state pension reform, tax reform, and ensuring all Greenville residents may participate in economic growth.

Tom Farmer (center) surrounded by former Furman President David E. Shi (left) and trustee Jim Hamrick.

Furman University Receives $6 Million Bequest

Furman University has received a $6 million bequest from the estate of the late Thomas Farmer, a 1950 graduate who was among Furman’s most ardent supporters.

Glistening ornaments on a lit Christmas tree.

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year?

Many folks are preparing for gatherings of friends and family in this special season. But for others, this is a season of stress and sadness.

A ribbon cutting for Buttermilk Sky Pie.

In Business: Buttermilk Sky Pie

With a fondness for baking pies and a desire to share their time-honored family recipes, Scott and Meredith Layton opened the original Buttermilk Sky Pie Shop in the Bearden district of Knoxville, Tennessee, in 2012.

A rake on top of some dead fallen leaves.

December Gardening Chores

It’s cold outside, and the last thing you are thinking about is your lawn or garden. There are, however, some chores that need to be done in December.