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Pelham Medical Center opens immediate care center

Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System is continuing its expansion into the Greer-Greenville area with the opening of a new immediate care center at 3611 Pelham Road in Greenville.


BMW brand vehicle sales down 6.4% in May

BMW on Wednesday reported sales of its vehicles declined 6.4 percent in May and 8.7 percent for the year.


Ex-Union prosecutor gets house arrest in sexual favors case

William “Billy” Whitney, a former city of Union prosecutor and city attorney, will avoid three months in prison yet will spend the next year under house arrest after pleading guilty to dropping criminal charges in exchange for sexual favors.


Mosquito control in Spartanburg left up to homeowners

As mosquito season gets into full swing, the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control is urging local jurisdictions to boost their mosquito-control programs.


Columbia grandfather apologizes for picking up wrong boy from school

A South Carolina grandfather is apologizing for picking up the wrong boy from an elementary school.


Legislature's $7.5B spending plan heading to Gov. Haley

The Legislature has given final approval to a $7.5 billion spending plan that increases spending on K-12 schools by more than $300 million and provides technical colleges more than $100 million for building improvements and equipment.


SC legislators working toward compromise on roads bill

Legislators are working toward a compromise on legislation designed to jumpstart improvements to South Carolina's deteriorating roadways.


Nine Spartanburg County schools chosen for Healthy Schools Initiative

The Mary Black Foundation has announced nine schools that will participate in its four-year Healthy Schools Initiative.


Spartanburg man uses hidden camera to get glimpse of thief

A Woodland Heights man used a hidden camera to catch an image of someone stealing items out of his car.


Two businessmen vying for GOP nod in House District 31 primary

Michael A. Fowler and Richard J. Gosnell will face each other in the June 14 Republican primary for a chance to take on Democratic state Rep. Harold Mitchell in the fall.


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