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Stephanie Freeman

City Editor

Stephanie Freeman, born in Greer SC, considers herself a Greenville native. She lives in the historic Overbrook area. As the former GM of Gather GVL, Stephanie is no stranger to this amazing city. In her spare time, Stephanie enjoys spending time with her husband, reading, and relaxing by the pool.

No longer needing the “Yeah, THAT Greenville” branding, Visit Greenville’s new campaign is “This is the life, this is Greenville.”
Together with the City of Greenville, GHF will be able to provide 549 affordable housing units to Greenville citizens.
The last undeveloped lot at the intersection of Main and Broad streets is on the market.
From snacks to sips, Greenville has something to satisfy your fall sweet tooth.
The Eastside Family YMCA spent $2.4 million on a new sports complex to serve 4,500 local kids.
From a tailgate produce market to one of the regions best, the Greenville State Farmers Market makes shopping local easy.
The “Inspire Courage” capital campaign was launched by the hospital to raise $6 million for Prisma’s new unit to add inpatient rooms, an expanded playroom, and a “respite space” for parents.
Whether you prefer biscuits plain, smothered in gravy, or as a sandwich, we put together a list of the best biscuits in the Upstate.
Donating all proceeds to GOAT, a non-profit helping underserved kids, Mountain Goat is making a difference, one authentic Belgian waffle at a time.
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