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Residents may get health refunds

greenvilleonline.com — More than 200,000 South Carolina residents could see health insurance premium refunds in the coming weeks because of a regulation in the Affordable Care Act designed to rein in rising health care costs, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Today's wedding photos less posed, more fun

greenvilleonline.com — "Tradition is becoming less essential to brides and nothing has to be done anymore," says Lindsey Mahaffey of Upstate-based Bella Sposa Photography, who shoots 60-plus weddings each year. Couples now seem more focused on capturing moments that express their personalities than ensuring the customary posed shots are taken.
Jul 24, 2014

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Jul 24, 2014

Today's wedding photos less posed, more fun grnol.co/1rCCqcg via @greenvillenews

Final Precious Gamble memorial blood drive tomorrow

greenvilleonline.com — The Blood Connection will hold the last blood drive in memory of Precious Gamble tomorrow, July 25, from 10 a.m to 6 p.m.
Jul 24, 2014

Last blood drive for Greenville girl who died 10 years ago to be held tomorrow. grnol.co/1AcUYCj

ZZ Top cancels Biltmore show

greenvilleonline.com — The long-running Texas rock trio ZZ Top has canceled its July 30 concert at Biltmore's South Terrace Lawn after bassist Dusty Hill was to have unexpected surgery. According to USA Today, Hill will have kidney stones removed this week, which is causing the band to delay the start of its concert tour and cancel six shows including Asheville.

Gas line rupture forces Furman evacuations

greenvilleonline.com — The university has evacuated Timmons Arena, Paladin Stadium and the Herring Center for Continuing Education, Moore said. Furman University has evacuated several sites on campus after a crew installing a new sidewalk on campus ruptured a gas line, university spokesman Vince Moore said.
Jul 24, 2014

Breaking: Timmons Arena, Paladin Stadium evacuated after gas line ruptures at Furman University. grnol.co/1nYcdxu

Jul 24, 2014

Gas line rupture forces building evacuations at Furman University. Story on @GreenvilleNews grnol.co/1nYcdxu

Letter: What won: religious freedom or corporations?

Jul 24, 2014

Did corporations win? One reader's view: What won: religious freedom or corporations? grnol.co/1rBGPft via @greenvillenews

Editorial: Ex-Im Bank helps state’s economy

greenvilleonline.com — If there is any state in the nation whose congressional delegation should universally support reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank, it is South Carolina. This state relies heavily on international trade, and can point to major employers that have relied on the Ex-Im Bank, as it is known, to bring high-paying jobs here that help support a growing manufacturing economy.
Jul 24, 2014

Federal bank critical to economic development in SC needs support from state delegation: grnol.co/1nCFQtU #sctweets @GreenvilleNews