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Will Saturday mark the last home game for Mike Davis with USC? — COLUMBIA - When the University of South Carolina senior football players are honored prior to Saturday's final home game against South Alabama at noon, they will be joined by junior running back Mike Davis.
Nov 21, 2014

Will Saturday mark the last home game for Mike Davis with USC? via @greenvillenews

Nov 21, 2014

Will Saturday mark the last home game for Mike Davis with #UofSC? via @greenvillenews #Gamecocks

Review: BJU stages rootin’ tootin’ ‘Taming’ — The place: Padua City, Wyoming. The time: 1880. Citizens mill about the town square until two cowboys face off in a duel. Guns blaze. A body falls. But it's not the body we expect. So begins Bob Jones University's new production of "The Taming of the Shrew," which opened Thursday at BJU's Rodeheaver Auditorium.

Experts warn of danger of cyber, grid attacks — Experts told U.S. Rep. Jeff Duncan and other members of Congress on Friday that the danger that cyber attacks could shut down the nation's infrastructure is "very real," and the number of cyber security experts working to protect against such an attack is far too small.

Byrnes hosts Northwestern — ByrnesÕ Braylin Collins (10) slips by NorthwesternÕs Desmond Leak (6) for the touchdown in high school football playoff action in Duncan, S.C., on Friday, November 21, 2014.

Charlotte defeats USC 65-63 — CHARLESTON - South Carolina suffered a similar loss to the kind that plagued it a year ago. After playing impressive basketball for 16 minutes, it succumbed to the pressure of Charlotte as the Gamecocks fell 65-63 in the second round of the Charleston Classic.

Dacusville woman pleads guilty to murder, conspiracy in death of husband — Crystal Williams will spend the rest of her life in prison after admitting Friday to having arranged for a friend to kill her husband, Shane, at their Dacusville home so the two could split his life insurance money. Williams, 35 pleaded guilty to murder and conspiracy and was sentenced to life without parole in Pickens County court.

Concerts and ice skating fill up weekend calendar — The weekend is here, and it's a busy one. Music is a big part of the scene for the next couple of days, but it's also the opening weekend for outdoor ice skating in downtown Greenville. Here's a look at what's happening: * United Community Bank Ice on Main.

RAW VIDEO: Eastside High students involved in single car wreck — Four Eastside High students were involved in single car wreck on Kimbrell Road in Taylors. (no sound)

Eastside students involved in wreck near high school — A car overturned on Kimbrell Road in Taylors near Eastside High School on Friday, November 21, 2014.

L.A. Guitar Quartet brings dazzling digits to Upstate — By their fingernails, you shall know them. Ever wonder why most professional classical guitarists have long fingernails - but only on one hand? It's a tool of their trade. They use their nails in lieu of a pick, helping the guitar's sound to project in a big concert hall.
Nov 21, 2014

RT @GreenvilleNews: It's all about the fingernails: @PaulHyde7 previews Monday concert by the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet. @lagq

Same sex couple married in Falls Park — Sonny Southerlin checks in at the Greenville County Probate Court at County Square in Greenville on Friday, November 21, 2014.

Greenville-based gun safety organization to host banquet — A four year-old grassroots organization is still striving to prevent parents from having to visit their child in a mortuary or a prison. The Put Down The Guns Young People organization will celebrate its success in helping to prevent accidental shooting deaths and gun violence with a banquet on Nov.
Nov 21, 2014

Greenville-based gun safety organization to host banquet via @greenvillenews

Thornwell leads South Carolina to 69-45 win — CHARLESTON - South Carolina was unable to seal the deal in a four-point loss to Baylor on Tuesday. The Gamecocks made sure not to make the same mistake in the first round of the Charleston Classic, Thursday night. USC claimed the lead against Cornell early and extended it throughout the game to earn a 69-45 victory in TD Arena.

Spend a day Saturday downtown with the kids — Looking for a fun-filled family outing this weekend? The annual Christmas model train display at Miniature World of Trains in downtown Greenville opens Nov. 22 and features two scavenger hunts set to the theme of "Frozen" and "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer."
Nov 21, 2014

Lots of fun stuff happening! Spend a day downtown with the kids in #yeahTHATgreenville this weekend @greenvillenews

Festival of Trees returns to downtown Greenville — Luxuriously decorated holiday trees will be on display in downtown hotels starting next month as the heart of a festival that will benefit the St. Francis Cancer Center. The Festival of Trees, sponsored annually by the St. Francis Foundation, runs from Dec. 1 through Jan. 1.

Loving college football is a Southern family tradition — The fact that Fall means football season - in addition to gorgeous hiking weather - makes it practically perfect in my book. I am a college football girl. You can take your NFL (and pro sports in general). I'll take the NCAA any day of the week.
Nov 21, 2014

Southern lady gets it right again: It's about FOOTBALL! via @greenvillenews

Clemson-USC kickoff time can shift business plans — Stephanie Jernigan has mastered this game plan. She has drilled through these plays season after season. Jernigan has served nearly seven years as the retail manager for Tickled Orange and Tigertown Graphics, a pair of shops located steps from the heart of the Clemson University campus.
Nov 21, 2014

RT @DowntownMelissa: Small business owners play a big role in the Clemson/Carolina game. Here's how they adjust for success @SCSBCC

Nov 21, 2014

H/T @TTGrafx @MrKnickerbocker Brioso and Longhorn for insight on the effect of football kickoff times

Nov 21, 2014

What do restaurant owners and sports writers have in common? We both hate night via @greenvillenews

Previewing Week 13 of the high school football season — Lexington (7-5) at Hillcrest (11-1): Class AAAA Division I second-round game. ... The teams last met in 2001. Lexington has won all five meetings. ... Lexington rushed for 334 yards (out of 394 total) in its 35-21 win at White Knoll last week. ... Hillcrest RBs J.D.