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Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Geiss & Sons Jewelers celebrates 30 years in Greenville

As the longtime co-owner of Geiss & Sons Jewelers in Greenville, Rose-Marie Geiss can be forgiven for using jewelry terminology when telling a story. Take...

Douglas Development tackles challenges surrounding affordable housing

South Carolina-based Douglas Development is focusing its efforts in a hot-topic area of redevelopment - affordable housing. After her graduate years at Clemson University, Holly Schaumber...

People, not paperwork: Propel HR focuses on connecting to its clients...

When Lee Yarborough and her father, Braxton Cutchin, founded a human resources company in Greenville in 1996, little did they know that 23 years...

Greenville’s Stark RFID is revolutionizing sports and entertainment events

This is not a rags to riches story, but bricks to big business. North Augusta native Lance Burnett grew up in the brick industry, meticulously...

BarberWind Turbines makes wind technology soar

Winds of change are blowing through the energy market, where one Greenville company is about to harness the economic gust in a wind-turbine market...

ShipChain brings visibility and trust to the shipping world

ShipChain, a local business founded in 2017 by Clemson University alumni John Monarch, has found an innovative use incorporating blockchain technology into a software...

What’s the Buzz with Wandering Bard Meadery

Tucked away in Mauldin sits the Upstate’s only meadery, Wandering Bard Meadery. While Wandering Bard was founded just over two years ago by the uncle-and-nephew...

Swamp Rabbit Café & Grocery born out of two locals’ love...

In 2011, Mary Walsh and Jac Oliver found it difficult to find everything they wanted from farmers markets and would even locate farmers themselves...
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Open Studios brings in big business for Greenville artists

Charleston and Asheville are no longer the only hubs for visual artists in the Carolinas. In recent years Greenville has burst onto the scene...

Three Greenvillians reflect national trends by staying in their jobs beyond...

While some think it is crazy to work past the age of 65, others don't even blink in the direction of retirement. In fact,...

Public Education Partners CEO, Catherine Schumacher, has big plans for Greenville...

Public Education Partners, a non-profit geared toward public education in Greenville County, has announced that Spartanburg native Catherine Schumacher will be its new CEO. Schumacher...

Inside Strossner’s Bakery

By K. Lee Graham Cheery blue-and-white awnings welcome you into the doors of Strossner’s Bakery. Once inside, you’ll find locally baked bread, pastries and desserts...

A firm’s wealth of female finesse

You can’t help but notice the sculpture towering in front of the post-modern office building on South Main Street housing one of the state's...

Inside KM Fabrics: Mill still looms over Greenville’s textile history after...

Your ticket to a Peace Center show buys you a front-row seat to Greenville’s textile history. At LA’s Dolby Theatre, the Academy would like...

Economics Club banks on 50 years of fellowship

A strong dollar suppresses gold prices. A weak one can’t buy as much stuff. Inflation makes things cost more — and raise your hand...

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