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Swamp Rabbits & ECHL Announce Return of Hockey December 4th

Great news for Swamp Rabbits hockey fans! The ECHL Board of Governors, in conjunction with the Professional Hockey Players’ Association, has approved a revised start date for the 2020-21 ECHL Season. The anticipated start date is December 4, 2020, for a full 72-game schedule. Catch Up on Swamp Rabbits News “We are eager to return…

Trump says he may deliver convention speech from White House

via wyff.com Chandelis Duster, CNN Trump says he may deliver convention speech from White House Share Shares Updated: 10:08 AM EDT Aug 5, 2020 Hide Transcript Show Transcript he really wanted to give a speech and he wanted to excite his base and ….. Read full article

Carowinds closes amusement park doors for rest of 2020 season

Press Release: August 5th, 2020 Today, Carowinds announced that it would remain closed for the rest of 2020 due to the ongoing challenges related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The safety of our guests and associates is always our top priority. Although we have done our due diligence in developing a comprehensive safety plan in…

Greenville County Schools Hosting Facebook Live Q&A on the Return of Fall Sports

Parents, get ready for another Facebook Live event! On Wednesday, August 5th at 2 p.m., Darryl Nance, athletic director for Greenville County Schools will be here to answer your questions about summer athletics starting back up again. Watch live here. More Upstate News & Notes

Neil Young sues Trump campaign, deriding use of famous tunes

via wyff.com Neil Young sued President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign Tuesday for copyright infringement, saying he doesn’t want his music used as a theme song for a “divisive un-American campaign of ignorance and hate.”The Grammy-award winning Canadian-born musician filed the lawsuit through his lawyers in Manhattan federal court, seeking up to $150,000 in statutory damages…

Greenville County School Board approves framework of re-opening plan and $3.3M Cares Act spending

Greenville County Schools board members approved the school district’s re-opening plan Tuesday, which dictates that the number of days students may attend in person will correlate with DHEC’s community spread level rating and Accelerate ED’s recommendations. More Upstate News Headlines

Asheville police investigating after they say a gunman fired several rounds at a vehicle

via foxcarolina.com Asheville, NC (FOX Carolina) – Police in Asheville say they’re investigating following a shooting Tuesday night. According to officers, the shooting happened around 8:40 p.m. in the 400 block of Haywood Road. Police say initial reports were of individuals suffering from gunshot wounds but when they arrived on scene, they Read Full Post

These are America’s 10 fittest cities

via wyff.com A list of the fittest cities in the U. S has been revealed in the top spot has won the last three years, according to the American College of Sports Medicine and the Anthem Foundation, Arlington, Virginia, is once again the fittest city in the United States. The Hill reports that the rankings…

Police ask for help locating Asheville man, missing for a month

via foxcarolina.com Asheville, NC (FOX Carolina) – Police in Asheville are asking for help locating a man who hasn’t been seen since the beginning of July. According to Asheville Police, Jeffrey Allen Johns, Jr. was last in contact with his family at the beginning of July, but hasn’t been heard from since. Read Full Post

Students preview school year in SPBG District 2 during LEAP days

via foxcarolina.com SPARTANBURG, SC (FOX Carolina) — School hasn’t started yet in <a href=”https://www.spart2.org/” target=”_blank”>Spartanburg County Schools District 2</a>, but Rhonda Shirley is already dropping her sixth grader off at Rainbow Lake Middle School to see what class will be like during the pandemic. “I think today’s a good day for him Read Full Post