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41 Upstate leaders selected to become Riley Fellows

GREENVILLE, S.C. — Forty-one leaders from across the Upstate will have new tools and perspectives to leverage diversity to improve organizational outcomes and drive social and economic progress in South Carolina, gained through their participation in the Riley Institute’s Diversity Leaders Initiative (DLI). These leaders, who are members...
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297 apartments in Eastside Spartanburg include affordable units, trail connection

SPARTANBURG — Construction continues on a new 297 unit apartment complex at Milliken Street across from the Drayton Mills Lofts in Spartanburg's Eastside neighborhood. The Lively Drayton Mills at 125 Milliken Street began construction in May 2021 and is scheduled to be completed mid-2023. Alec Gregg, director of development for Orange Capital Advisors, told The Post and Courier the project's total investment is $50 million.
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The Drive is Set to Host Their Annual Spartanburg Night at Fluor Field

On Sunday, the Greenville Drive in collaboration with One Spartanburg, Inc, will host and celebrate its annual Spartanburg Night event at Fluor Field. This year’s focus is on the entire family as we host a family fun day before the game! Get to the game early and take part in the fun out on District 356 – inflatables games, face painting, balloon art, live music and more! During the game, we will celebrate the companies, organizations, and leaders that have and continue to contribute to Spartanburg being one of the Upstate’s best places to live, work, and play! The fun starts at Noon. Learn more at www.greenvilledrive.com/spartanburgnight.
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Pet of the Week

Every Monday, 7NEWS introduces you to the pet of the week from the Spartanburg Humane Society. Pet of the Week is on 7NEWS at noon.
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Turner named CEO of OTO Development

Todd Turner has been named CEO of OTO Development, taking over the role from fellow co-founder Corry Oakes, who died unexpectedly on Aug. 7. Oakes and Turner, along with Jim Ovenden, founded their namesake hotel development and hospitality management company in May 2004 alongside George Dean Johnson Jr. and the late H. Wayne Huizenga.
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