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Dec 20, 2021

County adds agricultural zoning option for landowners

Born out of propositions for a countywide development moratorium, Greenville County Council's Agricultural Zoning classification gives landowners in rural, unzoned areas the option to preserve their property against residential and comme

Dec 17, 2021

Upstate tech program bridges to MUSC doctorate degree

In line with Gov. Henry McMaster’s initiative for tech school students to pursue high-demand degrees at little or no cost, the Medical University of South Carolina has partnered with an Upstate tech school to allow qualified tech gradu

Dec 13, 2021

Immigrants could help SC become one of the country’s fast-growing tech hubs

South Carolina's tech sector is expected to be the seventh fastest growing in the nation over the next decade, if it can find the labor, says a recent study. But if half of the state's STEM postgraduate degree-earners are foreign-born

Nov 24, 2021

Upstate health care provider admits to kickbacks and fraud

A Greenville chiropractor pled guilty earlier this month to engaging in conspiracy to pay illegal kickbacks and defrauding health care programs by billing for unnecessary medical services. He was accused of billing for opioid ...

Nov 24, 2021

State agencies, employees protest federal vaccine mandates

Since publication, a circuit appeals court blocked OSHA vaccine requirements for employers over 100 people. The Biden Administration filed a request for a federal appeals court to lift the block Tuesday.

Nov 22, 2021

Finance committee erupts over Greer residential project

Greenville County Council's finance committee nixed incentives for a $42 million, 275-family planned community in Greer. The move has prompted criticism that the body is a 'kill committee.' The council chairman argues that FILOT agreemen

Nov 19, 2021

Riley Institute names leadership awards

The Riley Institute at Furman University has recognized two South Carolinians for their civic leadership across the state.

Nov 18, 2021

BMW eliminates touch screens due to semi-conductor shortage

BMW Manufacturing expects a record year despite the ongoing computer chip shortage and the threat of industry layoffs, but the company will remove touch screens from certain models.

Nov 16, 2021

Spartanburg mill to be transformed into multi-use community

A Greenville developer and Spartanburg County will partner to rebuild the former site of Clifton Mill No. 2 into a public park, retail space and 239-apartment complex.

Nov 8, 2021

Luxor Scientific expands, prepares for fewer COVID-19 tests

Following the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's finalized COVID-19 testing requirements announced Nov. 4, another Upstate testing player is setting its sights on new horizons.

Nov 5, 2021

Finalists named for annual Ten at the Top grants

Ten at the Top will host its 11th Celebrating Successes Event Nov. 17 at the Greenville Convention Center to recognize organizations and individuals invested in bolstering the Upstate business community.

Oct 29, 2021

Into the Wilds: Upstate properties preserved in 2020

Ultra-rare flowers, haunting fireflies, bilingual ghost towns and the home of Mount Vernon’s savior are just a few of the treasures protected by the S.C. Conservation Bank's recent Upstate investments.