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Hub City Co-op is in danger of closing its doors, according to a letter from the store's board of directors and general manager that was... [Read More]
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Fans of The Peddler Steakhouse will have a little while longer to savor the popular restaurant's original location. A post on the restaurant's Facebook... [Read More]
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If you ask Lindi Metcalf, there are few things more terrifying to a teacher than to know their student is struggling with major problems at... [Read More]
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Carolina got behind early and couldn't catch up during a loss in the nation's capital on Sunday afternoon. The Panthers are now 3-2 on the... [Read More]
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A crowd gathered in a Spartanburg County courtroom Tuesday morning watched as a video silently played out the last moments of Anthony Tiffany's life. ... [Read More]
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Spartanburg City Manager Chris Story started his second week in his new position with a Herald-Journal Facebook Live session, discussing intergenerational poverty, affordable housing, public... [Read More]
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The University of South Carolina Upstate presented its two newest colleges Tuesday afternoon. The new schools, the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, and... [Read More]
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Chesnee Eagles and Chapman Panthers during volleyball at Chesnee High School Tuesday... [Read More]
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Celebrate the splendor of Hatcher Garden with the annual Gourmet Garden Event. [Read More]
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Trevor Lawrence says Clemson is back in sync after a whirlwind two weeks that saw him named the Tigers' starting quarterback, a move that led to... [Read More]
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Landrum City Council decided Tuesday to once again delay action on a proposal to limit the types of downtown businesses, citing the need for more... [Read More]
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Don McClure emailed to let us know the Glenn Springs Preservation Society will hold its annual oyster roast fundraiser this Saturday on the grounds of... [Read More]
Thousands of students from across Spartanburg County will participate in National Walk To School Day on Wednesday.Partners For Active Living in Spartanburg has been supporting local... [Read More]
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The state Department of Natural Resources announced Tuesday it began releasing 85,000 fish at Lake Bowen in an attempt to replenish the lakes where more than... [Read More]
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Some areas in Spartanburg County could get up to 4 inches of rainfall Wednesday night into Thursday as the remnants of Hurricane Michael pass through... [Read More]
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Spartanburg County deputies are warning residents to be alert after multiple people reported being targeted by a phone scam. At least four people have... [Read More]
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A year and a half after its conclusion, Jennifer Evins, CEO and President of the Chapman Cultural Center, brought to light the many ways "Seeing... [Read More]
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Dear Aunty Pam, I'm a married mother of three and recently went out to lunch with a couple of girlfriends. One isn't getting along... [Read More]
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The aroma of hot sausage sandwiches, pizza, and french fries filled the air and the rides were in full swing at the Piedmont Interstate Fair... [Read More]
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Monday was the first day of the Piedmont Interstate Fair in Spartanburg, which will run through Oct. 14. [Read More]
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