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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Spartanburg butterfly release lifts up those touched by illnessa lot for granted. We are truly blessed to have a foundation as caring as they
Spartanburg butterfly release lifts up those touched by illness
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 6 days ago
a lot for granted. We are truly blessed to have a foundation as caring as they are. At the end of the day, we’re all here for the patient. I have as much pride in the heart center as the cancer center.” Follow Bob Montgomery on Twitter@bmontgomery... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Middle Tyger Community Center announces programs for seniorstechnician and isn’t ready to retire yet. But when he does, he said he hopes th
Middle Tyger Community Center announces programs for seniors
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 7 days ago
technician and isn’t ready to retire yet. But when he does, he said he hopes the center offers activities such as hiking and day trips. “Down the road, maybe,” he said of plans to visit the center. Follow Bob Montgomery on Twitter@bmontgo... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Inman hatching plans for chicken regulationsresidence. * Fenced enclosures and coops be properly ventilated and be kept cl
Inman hatching plans for chicken regulations
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 7 days ago
residence. * Fenced enclosures and coops be properly ventilated and be kept clean, dry and odor-free. * Written permission be obtained from abutting property owners. * An annual permit is obtained. Follow Bob Montgomery on Twitter@bmontgome... Read more
7d
Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Inman hatching plans for chicken regulationsresidence. * Fenced enclosures and coops be properly ventilated and be kept cl
Inman hatching plans for chicken regulations
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 7 days ago
residence. * Fenced enclosures and coops be properly ventilated and be kept clean, dry and odor-free. * Written permission be obtained from abutting property owners. * An annual permit is obtained. Follow Bob Montgomery on Twitter@bmontgome... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
New Union EMS chief seeks to grow servicespeople get better. “Nobody wants to hear from EMS until they need them,” Faile
New Union EMS chief seeks to grow services
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 10 days ago
people get better. “Nobody wants to hear from EMS until they need them,” Faile said. “Eventually we’re going to get somebody you know. When we’re there, it’s not to have dinner and have a good time.” Follow Bob Montgomery on Twitter@bmontgome... Read more
10d
Spartanburg Herald-Journal
New Union EMS chief seeks to grow servicespeople get better. “Nobody wants to hear from EMS until they need them,” Faile
New Union EMS chief seeks to grow services
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 10 days ago
people get better. “Nobody wants to hear from EMS until they need them,” Faile said. “Eventually we’re going to get somebody you know. When we’re there, it’s not to have dinner and have a good time.” Follow Bob Montgomery on Twitter@bmontgome... Read more
10d
Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Cherokee coroner to get bulletproof vestsweeks, Fowler said. In the meantime, he says he will still carry his firearm an
Cherokee coroner to get bulletproof vests
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 10 days ago
weeks, Fowler said. In the meantime, he says he will still carry his firearm and exercise the same caution he always has. “Every call is different. You never know what you’re going to get,” he said. Follow Bob Montgomery on Twitter@bmontgom... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Spartanburg church leaders offer help on mental health issuesthey need. “This group has been the missing link for us,” she said. "There wer
Spartanburg church leaders offer help on mental health issues
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 12 days ago
they need. “This group has been the missing link for us,” she said. "There were so many questions (asked by church leaders). That usually is a good sign that they are engaged and want to learn more." Follow Bob Montgomery on Twitter@bmontgome... Read more
12d
Bangor Daily News
Collins, Poliquin promote legislation to stop fraud against seniorslater, adding that he has been worried about his own parents, who are in their
Collins, Poliquin promote legislation to stop fraud against seniors
Bangor Daily News / Posted 12 days ago
later, adding that he has been worried about his own parents, who are in their 80s, falling prey. Bangor Savings Bank CEO Bob Montgomery-Rice and Rob Carmichael of Maine Savings Federal Credit Union both said Maine’s program, which was put into... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Cherokee makes Belue's title as administrator official$6 million bond. “I will be directly managing construction of that project if
Cherokee makes Belue's title as administrator official
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 14 days ago
$6 million bond. “I will be directly managing construction of that project if it passes,” Belue said. “I manage all capital improvement projects in the county, something most administrators don’t do.” Follow Bob Montgomery on Twitter@bmontgomer... Read more
14d
Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Judge monitoring mold levels in Spartanburg courtroomand no longer pose a risk. All other samples showed either low or insignificant
Judge monitoring mold levels in Spartanburg courtroom
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 14 days ago
and no longer pose a risk. All other samples showed either low or insignificant levels of mold. He added that the air in the East Courtroom area is also being treated to remove any traces of mold. Follow Bob Montgomery on Twitter@bmontg... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Smooth opening day for Shoally Creek Elementaryuntil the part of the school that contains the gym and cafeteria are finished,
Smooth opening day for Shoally Creek Elementary
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 15 days ago
until the part of the school that contains the gym and cafeteria are finished, Enloe said.


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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Smooth opening day for Shoally Creek Elementaryor so until the part of the school that contains some classrooms, the gym and c
Smooth opening day for Shoally Creek Elementary
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 15 days ago
or so until the part of the school that contains some classrooms, the gym and cafeteria are finished, according to Enloe.

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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Cherokee County to consider incentives for unnamed companynew businesses and helping existing ones expand to create jobs and boost the co
Cherokee County to consider incentives for unnamed company
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 16 days ago
new businesses and helping existing ones expand to create jobs and boost the county's tax base. The council meeting starts at 5 p.m. at the county administration building, 110 Railroad Ave., Gaffney. Follow Bob Montgomery on Twitter@bmontgome... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Cherokee to consider incentives for unnamed companynew businesses and helping existing ones expand to create jobs and boost the co
Cherokee to consider incentives for unnamed company
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 16 days ago
new businesses and helping existing ones expand to create jobs and boost the county’s tax base. The council meeting starts at 5 p.m. at the county administration building, 110 Railroad Ave., Gaffney. Follow Bob Montgomery on Twitter@bmontgome... Read more
17d
Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Asheville, Charleston offer models for behavioral health carethe Medical University of South Carolina. East Cooper is giving $150,000, whil
Asheville, Charleston offer models for behavioral health care
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 17 days ago
the Medical University of South Carolina. East Cooper is giving $150,000, while the others are providing $250,000 each, according to the health center's budget. The state Department of Mental Health is also contributing $250,000. —�Bob Mont... Read more
17d
Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Spartanburg considers urgent care center for mental healthour long-term goal is to have some type of similar response available in rural
Spartanburg considers urgent care center for mental health
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 17 days ago
our long-term goal is to have some type of similar response available in rural parts of the state,” he said.

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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Asheville, Charleston offer models for carethe Medical University of South Carolina. East Cooper is giving $150,000, whil
Asheville, Charleston offer models for care
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 17 days ago
the Medical University of South Carolina. East Cooper is giving $150,000, while the others are providing $250,000 each, according to the health center’s budget. The state Department of Mental Health is also contributing $250,000. — Bob Mont... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Cedar Springs residents say they're still waiting for fixesand “pleasant, professional staff” were among amenities promised to new residen
Cedar Springs residents say they're still waiting for fixes
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 18 days ago
and “pleasant, professional staff” were among amenities promised to new residents, he said. “They treat us like we don’t have good sense,” he said. “These should be addressed, no questions asked.” Follow Bob Montgomery on Twitter@bmontg... Read more
18d
Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Lidl moving forward with plans for Spartanburg storesWill Rothschild. Aldi plans to open its third Spartanburg-area store on Blacks
Lidl moving forward with plans for Spartanburg stores
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 18 days ago
Will Rothschild. Aldi plans to open its third Spartanburg-area store on Blackstock Road near the Dorman Center by the end of this year. The other Aldi store is on Highway 9 in Boiling Springs. Follow Bob Montgomery on Twitter@bm... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Homeowners feel pinch of rising Freon costshurts more because they don’t have money,” Burrell said. “What used to be $200
Homeowners feel pinch of rising Freon costs
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 19 days ago
hurts more because they don’t have money,” Burrell said. “What used to be $200 to $800 for a new system is now $3,000 to $5,000. You used to be able to patch up one for a few hundred dollars.” Follow Bob Montgomery on Twitter@b... Read more
21d
Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Brose to invest $6M, create 60 new jobs in Duncanemployees at 60 locations in 23 countries. In addition to lightweight door carr
Brose to invest $6M, create 60 new jobs in Duncan
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 21 days ago
employees at 60 locations in 23 countries. In addition to lightweight door carriers and systems for on-demand control of cooling air, Brose manufactures window regulators, door modules and seat systems. Follow Bob Montgomery on Twitter@bmontgomery... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Road to Cherokee lawmaker's home pavedthe road is included in routine county road maintenance, Belue said. Belue sai
Road to Cherokee lawmaker's home paved
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 22 days ago
the road is included in routine county road maintenance, Belue said. Belue said the land along the road will potentially be developed, meaning that Moss and his family won’t be the only beneficiaries. Follow Bob Montgomery on Twitter@bmontgomer... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
'Gateway to the world': South Carolina Inland Port fuels Upstate growthport in Dillon, which will open next spring to serve growth in another part of
'Gateway to the world': South Carolina Inland Port fuels Upstate growth
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 23 days ago
port in Dillon, which will open next spring to serve growth in another part of the state.


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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Spartanburg lab sees demand for testing services growforensics. Also, the state Department of Transportation requires random drug te
Spartanburg lab sees demand for testing services grow
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 24 days ago
forensics. Also, the state Department of Transportation requires random drug testing of its employees, and many family members tracing their ancestry are seeking DNA testing. “We do them all,” he said. Follow Bob Montgomery on Twitter@bmontgomery... Read more
24d
Spartanburg Herald-Journal
New apartments ready to rent at former Hub-Bub spacehe owns. A native of Spartanburg, he said he spent some time working on multifa
New apartments ready to rent at former Hub-Bub space
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 24 days ago
he owns. A native of Spartanburg, he said he spent some time working on multifamily projects in Charleston before coming home. “I’m just happy to be able to do things in Spartanburg again,” he said. Follow Bob Montgomery on Twitter@bmontgom... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Churches plea, to no avail, to stop Sunday alcohol salescan make up their own minds whether to drink or go to church on Sundays. “Jesu
Churches plea, to no avail, to stop Sunday alcohol sales
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 29 days ago
can make up their own minds whether to drink or go to church on Sundays. “Jesus drank wine at the last supper,” he said. “Why’s a pastor going to tell me I can’t have a draft beer with my steak?” Follow Bob Montgomery on Twitter@bmont... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Pay-up-front medical practice opens on East Maintherapy and group therapy, Bailey said. “We’ve seen the wait times of people l
Pay-up-front medical practice opens on East Main
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 29 days ago
therapy and group therapy, Bailey said. “We’ve seen the wait times of people limited in resources,” Bailey said. “We’re not looking to get rich. We just want to do something good for the community.” Follow Bob Montgomery on Twitter@bmontgom... Read more
29d
Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Fire destroys abandoned apartment buildingat 9:14 p.m. Sunday. The power was lost around the time a strong thunderstorm
Fire destroys abandoned apartment building
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 29 days ago
at 9:14 p.m. Sunday. The power was lost around the time a strong thunderstorm moved through the county. Power was expected to be restored by 7 a.m. Monday, according to Duke Energy's power outage map. Follow Bob Montgomery on Twitter@bmontgomery... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Good time to sell: Upstate housing market boomingsaid. “With Spartanburg on the cusp of growing its downtown, we'll have a lot t
Good time to sell: Upstate housing market booming
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 30 days ago
said. “With Spartanburg on the cusp of growing its downtown, we'll have a lot to offer to a family moving into the area.”

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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Upstate housing market boomingon the cusp of growing its downtown, we’ll have a lot to offer to a family movi
Upstate housing market booming
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 30 days ago
on the cusp of growing its downtown, we’ll have a lot to offer to a family moving into the area.”

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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Inman hires new city administrator from N.C.getting the best deal for their dollars"; and "build an economic development to
Inman hires new city administrator from N.C.
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 1 months ago
getting the best deal for their dollars"; and "build an economic development toolbox.” He said he plans to “make myself highly visible to listen to concerns, frustrations, desires, goals and needs.” Follow Bob Montgomery on Twitter@bmontgom... Read more
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Boston Globe
Aaron Hernandez Guilty of First-Degree Murder, Sentenced to Life in Prisonof 49, a turning point in his life. “I truly believe that Aaron wouldn’t be wh
Aaron Hernandez Guilty of First-Degree Murder, Sentenced to Life in Prison
Boston Globe / Posted 1 months ago
of 49, a turning point in his life. “I truly believe that Aaron wouldn’t be where he is today if his father were alive,’’ Bob Montgomery, Bristol historian and Bristol Press columnist, told Boston.com back in February. “[He and his brother] loved... Read more
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Boston Globe
The Pride of Bristoldays over, they remained Bristol royalty. “It’s a very familiar name in Bristo
The Pride of Bristol
Boston Globe / Posted 1 months ago
days over, they remained Bristol royalty. “It’s a very familiar name in Bristol, Hernandez,’’ said newspaper columnist Bob Montgomery. “You have your legends.’’ That same picture of Babe Ruth hangs on a wall in The Bristol Press office on... Read more

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