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Greenville will get to experience Miami’s luxury Bal Harbour Shops through a new traveling venture called Bal Harbour Shops ACCESS Pop-up.
These 20 food stops and four historic spots celebrate Eugenia Duke, her famous Duke’s Mayo, and how it all came to be right here in Greenville, SC.
These candidates, if elected, will help shape the City of Greenville’s future over their four-year term.
You chose how GVLtoday City Editor Danielle spent her day in Greenville from where she ate to what she wrote and how she spent her free time.
Tell us you’re from Greenville without telling us you’re from Greenville.
Eat and Drink
We know you’re ready to celebrate the season with a festive treat, so we put together a list of five places to find holiday flavors in Greenville — from edible creations, to crafty cocktails, your Santa level sweet tooth will be satiated.
The holiday pop-up bar gives picturesque views of Greenville surrounded by holiday lights and magic.
Whether your neighborhood is sweet or savory, cheesy or carby, we put together a list of Greenville suburbs as Thanksgiving sides to liven up your family dinner.
Travel and Outdoors
Whether you want to plan ahead for next year or need a last minute tree for your home, these local Christmas tree farms around the Upstate have options aplenty to make your home festive.
From strange sounds to seeing shadows, let’s take a look at some of the reports of supernatural occurrences at the Greenville Tuberculosis Hospital.
To celebrate her upcoming lifestyle book “Not That Fancy: Simple Lessons on Living, Loving, Eating, and Dusting Off Your Boots,” Reba McEntire is partnering with 40 farms across the country as they host Reba-themed corn mazes.
We take a look at our bicycling infrastructure and how we can make the area more bikeable.
Real Estate
These plans for 300 E. Mcbee Ave. include adding first-floor retail, new lighting and glass, expanded sidewalks, and a ride-share drop-off to transform the historic building just one block off Main Street.
With the help of this campaign, the 63-year-old Caine Halter Family YMCA plans to update the tennis courts, enhance an outdoor sports field, and create an outdoor pavilion.
We asked our readers what they’d like to see in the former Birds Fly South Ale Project in Hampton Station at 1320 Hampton Ave.
From restaurants and retail to venues and vehicle washing, our friends at Upstate Business Journal put together a list of local businesses that give back to the Upstate community.
The gray bat is the first of its kind in SC. With this discovery, it could be one step closer to removal from the at-risk list.
In what she calls her “favorite day of the year, every year,” award-winning Chef Dayna Lee organizes a community meal at Comal 864 for people looking for food and fellowship on Thanksgiving Day.
Whether you like to be in the know or have feedback for a developer about an upcoming project, the City of Greenville launched monthly Project Preview Meetings to help foster transparency in development.

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