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Merl Code says parents’ example spurred his community service work

When Code, a former professional football player, got involved in community work in Greenville, the city to which he moved in 1971, focusing on diversity and inclusion was natural.

Anne Ellefson works to help Upstate families, children

During Anne Ellefson’s nearly 40-year career, she has touched many aspects of Greenville.

Brad Wyche left his law firm behind 20 years ago to...

Wyche is the founder of Upstate Forever, a Greenville-based conservation organization.

This local agtech startup wants you to forget everything you know...

Tyger River Smart Farm grows a variety of lettuces, chard, kale, and basil through the use of hydroponics — the method of cultivating plants without soil by instead using a nutrient-rich solution to deliver water and minerals to their roots.

Jefferson Awards Foundation names 2018 Change Makers

The Jefferson Awards Foundation recently announced its 2018 class of Change Makers. The Jefferson Awards Foundation recognizes national public figures for their significant contributions to...

Tail Lights Dogs to expand Greenville dog-training facility

Tail Lights Dogs is planning to add more than 3,000 additional square feet to their current dog-training facility in early spring. A growing dog community...

Through Make Greenville Yours, Mike Cruice is showing potential residents what...

Imagine that you’ve spent a lot of time living in your old town and have decided to move somewhere new, somewhere fresh. You hear...

Savvy & Shine: Taryn Scher has made a career of making...

You could say that Taryn Scher fell into her career by accident. Working as an executive at a fashion company in New York, she...

How one Greenville entrepreneur is quietly disrupting the luxury watch industry

When it comes to wristwatches, Bob Barreto isn’t a fan of flashiness.

For Tommy Pike, a car is a blank canvas

Inside a large machine shop off Rutherford Road, Tommy Pike stood next to a 1937 Dodge pickup truck, now completely restored and customized with...

A Collaborative Problem Solver

Former chief of inspections Johnny Wasson worked with developers to build a better downtown Greenville.

One Visionary

Jansen Kent Tidmore, a leader of the turnaround of downtown Dothan, Ala., has taken the reins of Spartanburg's new Downtown Development Partnership.

Damien Stevens balances risk-taking with learning — and some luck along...

The Servosity chief discusses hard work, risk, and reward.

Is Diversity Your Competitive Edge?

Is your business owned by a veteran, woman, or minority? If so, there are resources available to help you grow your business.

The Net Weaver

Myles Golden, who died in February at age 76, believed that people were good and really wanted to help each other, given a chance. He built a life and a career on those beliefs.

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