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Shooting details to be released by sheriff, police chief

greenvilleonline.com — New information about the shooting that happened Monday night outside the Law Enforcement Center will be released at a 4:30 p.m. press conference Tuesday. Interim Greenville Police Chief Mike Gambrell and Greenville County Sheriff Steve Loftis will discuss the events that led to the officer-involved shooting as well as the homicide that occurred earlier that night on Augusta Court.
Sep 02, 2014

RT @annazlee: Our updated story on the young man authorities now say was behind 3 deadly shootings over 3 days. grnol.co/1tY1Dxx

Sep 02, 2014

Our updated story on the young man authorities now say was behind 3 deadly shootings over 3 days. grnol.co/1tY1Dxx

Sep 02, 2014

Authorities link Greenville County fatal shootings; say Hollingsworth plant, LEC incidents related. grnol.co/1tY1Dxx

Sep 02, 2014

RT @GreenvilleNews: New details: LEC shooting suspect believed to have killed security guards at plant. grnol.co/1tY1Dxx

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Manie Robinson & Scott Keepfer preview the S.C. State game

greenvilleonline.com — Manie Robinson & Scott Keepfer preview the S.C. State game

Spurrier to work Williams into run game

greenvilleonline.com — Although Steve Spurrier said junior running back Mike Davis should be ready to play against East Carolina on Saturday, he plans to find a way to get redshirt freshman David Williams on the field. "We need to get David out there," Spurrier said. "We told David he's going the carry the ball some, so he is.

Clemson’s Grant named head coach at Charleston

greenvilleonline.com — One week after he was ruled out of consideration for the head coaching job at the College of Charleston, Clemson assistant men's basketball coach Earl Grant was hired as a head coach- at the College of Charleston.
Sep 02, 2014

What #CofC can expect from new coach, former #Clemson asst Earl Grant grnol.co/1ujax84 via @greenvillenews

Dabo's weekly press conference pt.2

greenvilleonline.com — Dabo's weekly press conference pt.2

Greenville company to expand, add jobs

greenvilleonline.com — A Greenville-based healthcare company says it plans to add 167 jobs over the next decade in response to growing demand for the in-home and in-facility services it sells. Providence Home Care of SC, which provides nursing and other services to Medicare and Medicaid patients, also said in a news release that it would spend $2.9 million on its corporate headquarters on Millport Circle off of Interstate 385 in Mauldin.
Sep 02, 2014

RT @GreenvilleNews: Healthcare company to add more than 160 jobs in Greenville. grnol.co/1BarzYV

Gamecocks take physical approach for improvement

greenvilleonline.com — South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier remains disappointed with his team and staff during Thursday's 52-28 loss to Texas A&M. That has led to some changes in the way the team is preparing for East Carolina, although Spurrier is choosing to keep those under wraps.