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Former Clemson WR Bryant shines in Monday Night debut

greenvilleonline.com — He shined under the bright lights of Monday Night Football. Everything else should be easy for Martavis Bryant, right? Bryant, a former Clemson University receiver, played in his first NFL game for the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday. He helped the Steelers earn a 30-23 victory against the Houston Texans.
Oct 21, 2014

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Chicken Salad Chick donation to help hungry families

greenvilleonline.com — A gift from Chicken Salad Chick restaurant in Greenville will enable a local food bank to provide nearly 30,000 meals to residents in need. Harvest Hope Food Bank will receive that gift of $5,472.17 today from Chicken Salad Chick, at their 2222 Augusta Street location.

5 Things to know today in South Carolina

greenvilleonline.com — The St. Francis Cancer Center opened yesterday. Using patient feedback, the Bon Secours St. Francis Health System created a $30 million state-of-the-art facility. Read or Share this story: http://grnol.co/1whKEXa

Development news for downtown Greenville

greenvilleonline.com — Over the past several months, downtown Greenville has seen four major projects unvelied. Here's what we know about each of them: The Greenville News, 305 S. Main St. Corner Pocket, 21 East Coffee St. Orvis, 1 N. Main St., Suite O The Handlebar, 304 E. Stone Ave.
Oct 21, 2014

RT @DowntownMelissa: Downtown Greenville has seen a flurry of development. Here's the latest on four projects now under way. #sctweets grnol.co/1tIbBFI

Injury bug eats portion of Clemson football team’s playbook

greenvilleonline.com — Clemson University offensive coordinator Chad Morris drafts a calendar for each season. He maps out checkpoints for the offense's progression. He establishes graduated goals for production and efficiency. He outlines periodic appointments for installing new plays. "All the way through the course of the season, it's laid out," Morris said Monday, running his hands across an imaginary datebook.

The Greenville News Top 10 high school football teams

greenvilleonline.com — Hillcrest, fresh off its big Region 1-AAAA victory against Laurens, was the biggest mover in The Greenville News Upstate rankings, and Spartanburg and Belton-Honea Path reappeared in this week's poll. Read or Share this story: http://grnol.co/1tFnKem
Oct 21, 2014

RT @GreenvilleNews: Here are The Greenville News Top 10 hs football teams. Find out where your team is ranked. grnol.co/1tFnKem pic.twitter.com/lXFPxwsF0j

Q&Amy: Why is parking at Heritage Green not free?

greenvilleonline.com — Q: Why is there paid parking at Heritage Green? Amy in short: It may sound contradictory on the surface, but the parking deck charges a fee so that it's accessible to Heritage Green patrons. And, really, it's nothing new.
Oct 21, 2014

The parking fee at Heritage Green is actually there to make parking accessible for Heritage Green. No, really: grnol.co/1wrE01x

Dine-in movie theater planned at Greenville News site

greenvilleonline.com — Developers also said they envision a public plaza at the corner of Main and Broad, a hotel with 120 to 150 rooms, an apartment complex with more than 200 units, an office building with 125,000 to 150,000 square feet of space and 100,000 square feet of retail or restaurant space, including an upscale fitness center.
Oct 21, 2014

Developers: Public plaza at Main & Broad could be bigger than the one at the Peace Center. grnol.co/1tFERg1 via @greenvillenews

Oct 21, 2014

RT @RonBarnett999: Dine-in movie theater planned at Greenville News site grnol.co/1tFERg1 via @greenvillenews

Oct 20, 2014

I was wondering. RT @DolphBell: Dine-in movie theater planned at Greenville News site. grnol.co/1tFERg1 via @greenvillenews

Oct 20, 2014

Dine-in movie theater planned at Greenville News site. grnol.co/1tFERg1 via @greenvillenews

Oct 20, 2014

Here you go: Dine-in movie theater planned at Greenville News site grnol.co/1tFERg1 via @greenvillenews

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