Greenville Journal

The Journal covers the community with in-depth reporting, insightful features & interesting commentary. Our focus never strays from the local news and views that impact the communities of Upstate South Carolina.

A metropolitan community weekly that maintains the integrity of a traditional newspaper, the Journal is published in an innovate, colorful and easy-to-read magazine format every Friday.

Our writers and columnists are local citizens. They have chosen the Upstate as their preferred place to work, to raise their families and to call home. Our staff knows the community and knows the issue, names and places that matter to you.


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Latest Issue: September 22, 2017

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  • In Our Community: ‘Spinxmas’; Artisphere grant; BJU award; and more December 14, 2018
    NONPROFIT Meals on Wheels of Greenville receives grant from Dabo’s All In Team Foundation A grant of $5,000 was given to Meals on Wheels of Greenville to support its At-Risk Children and Homebound Seniors Meal Program. The money was given by Dabo’s All In Team Foundation. Meals on Wheels will use the gift to buy […]
  • What’s The Dirt On Soil? December 14, 2018
    By the Greenville County Soil & Water Conservation District In a world that has lost about one third of its topsoil, it is important to remember that we owe our existence to it. If you study history, you will find that civilizations around the world have crumbled by mismanaging their natural resources – most notably, […]
  • Brandon Mill sells, allows Greenville Center for Creative Arts to expand December 13, 2018
    The West Village Lofts at Brandon Mill has traded hands for $42.2 million, and Greenville Center for Creative Arts (GCCA) has purchased one of three parcels of the development, the historic Brandon Mill Cloth Building at 101 Abney St., they’ve called home since 2015. Subsequently, the new owners of the Brandon Mill development will be […]
  • Child exploitation cases are on the rise and Greenville County has a unique weapon in the fight December 13, 2018
    There's a new weapon in the fight against child pornography and sexual exploitation, and Greenville County is the first place in South Carolina to have it.
  • Small Plates with Ariel Turner December 13, 2018
    . . . And World Piece We’re probably all wishing for the elusive peace on earth this holiday season, but at least we’ll have World Piece on Stone by Christmas. Yes, the restaurant from Coffee Underground owner Dana Lowie is almost open next to the second location of her coffee shop – this one called […]
  • Local dentist delivers free smiles to Guatemalan children December 13, 2018
    Dr. Savannah Reynolds, who has owned an Aspen Dental practice in Greenville for three years, was among the eight dentists who made up the Aspen Dental "Smiles for Guatemala" team. The team travelled to Antigua last month for an eight-day trip with five days being clinic days.
  • SC districts to replace fire-prone buses by Christmas December 13, 2018
    By Christmas, all South Carolina public school districts will finally be rid of the 1995 and 1996 model school buses prone to catching on fire.
  • GCMA’s Jasper Johns exhibit spans his life’s work December 12, 2018
    Jasper Johns is known as one of the most famous living artists in the world. Several of Johns’ work have held the title of most paid for a work by a living artist, and most notably a piece of his was sold for a reported $110 million in 2010. Yet, he is famous for not speaking […]
  • Exchange Co. coffee bar and bake shop provides community for adoptive and foster families December 12, 2018
    Exchange Co. coffee bar and bake shop at 110 S. Main St. Simpsonville is one of those hidden gems of the greater Greenville community for multiple reasons thanks to the vision of owners Michael and Roxanne Bacaro. Here are a few: Business with a mission The name “Exchange Co.” speaks to the Bacaros’ desire to […]
  • Upstate girl Regan Ciccarelli makes Broadway debut today December 12, 2018
    Regan Ciccarelli, one of two Upstate girls who played Lulu in the touring production of “Waitress” earlier this year at the Peace Center, is on Broadway.

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