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Glendale Shoals bridge restoration to begin soon

Restoration on the bridge at Glendale Shoals is set to begin in October.

 

Fall foliage: Drier weather conditions will produce vibrant colors

Fall colors are expected to be more vibrant this season due to drier weather conditions earlier in the year.

 

Mary H. Wright students mark Spartanburg educator's birthday

Students from Mary H. Wright Elementary School paid tribute to their school's namesake Friday with a birthday celebration and day of service at the cemetery where Wright is buried.

 

Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort resigns

Donald Trump's campaign chairman Paul Manafort resigned on Friday in the wake of campaign shake-up and revelations about his work in Ukraine.

 

2 US swimmers leave Rio after robbery scandal; 3rd pays fine

Two American Olympic swimmers were on their way home Friday after being pulled off a plane a day earlier to testify about an alleged robbery at the Rio Olympics that Brazilian police said was made up.

 

Brazilian police say Lochte, swimmers weren't robbed

A law enforcement official is telling The Associated Press that two security guards pointed guns at Ryan Lochte and three other swimmers during a dispute at a gas station.

 

Spartanburg RN helps train future nursing assistants

Leslie Landrum knows firsthand the importance of providing exceptional care for others.

 

First South Bank of Spartanburg celebrates 20 years

First South Bank of Spartanburg celebrates its 20th anniversary Friday as a home-grown commercial lender, a milestone the founding president and CEO thought seven years ago he might not see.

 

Spartanburg church leaders offer help on mental health issues

Several church leaders said Thursday they want to do more to help their members who have mental health issues but no place to turn.

 

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