LCC's Casino Night to benefit student scholarship program

SAVING GRACES: Ziggy is available for adoption

Meet Beatrice: Sylvan Heights Bird Park gearing up for Oyster Roast

PET OF THE WEEK: Aspen is available for adoption

Update: Health fair rescheduled after winter weather

SAVING GRACES: Cassidy is up for adoption

Michael Bonner to speak at annual Community Unity event in Greenville

GROWING UP FIT: eWIC program switching from paper vouchers to cards

Volunteers wanted for 'Rise Against Hunger' meal packing event

8th annual 'Spread the Dream' fundraiser to benefit The Dream Factory

Pet of the Week: Oliver

GROWING UP FIT: Tips to eat mindfully through the holidays

Community Pops Singers holding Christmas Concert Friday

Free Gospel concert at South Central High School

Greenville Fire-Rescue hosting chili cookoff to benefit United Way Wednesday

Cub Scouts collecting Toys for Tots at Bear Grass Parade

SAVING GRACES: Cappuccino is available for adoption

Vidant Medical Center promoting wellness with Winter Wonderland

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