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I graduated in 2013 from Furman University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and a concentration in film studies.
During my undergraduate studies, I interned with Diehard Magazine, covering Greenville Drive games for their online Red Sox scouting website.
After graduation, I worked as a technical writer for SAIFE, Inc., writing condensed articles from engineering textbooks as part of SAIFE's contract with Intel.
I also worked as a freelance writer for the entertainment and lifestyle sections of The Greenville News.
Learning that my heart lies in the fast-paced environment of the newsroom, I took a full-time position as a multimedia producer for FOX Carolina News, where I wrote articles geared toward driving website traffic and engage with viewers via social media.
In early 2016 I was promoted to Digital Content Manager for FOX Carolina.
In the words of Harriet the Spy, "I want to learn everything I can, and I write down everything I see."
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The U.S. Department of Justice said a $23.9 million voluntary settlement has been reached with Benevis LLC and Kool Smiles Dental Clinics after allegations surfaced claiming medically unnecessary services were performed on children.
Dabo Swinney isn't the only one preparing to face a serious opponent; another Dabo is training to take on a disease affecting millions.
Could you and your friends escape a kidnapper or an erupting volcano in less than an hour?
An Upstate college student stood blindfolded with his arms spread on a bustling city street this weekend.
For a family in Greenville County, nearly a decade has been spent wondering if they will ever know the truth.
The family of Joe Bennett, lead of Joe Bennett & the Sparkletones, said his legacy is one of more than just music.
Prom night is always memorable but for thousands of people across the world, Friday night was an especially magical evening.
Danny Ford knows a thing or two about national championships.
The Cobb family walked across the country to raise awareness about childhood cancer, but their journey wasn't finished until they made one more stop.
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If you're looking for New York-style pizza, Moretti's Pizzeria and Bar may not be the place for you.
On April 25 and 26, the Greenville Council of Garden Clubs is having its annual Spring Garden Tour.
When Shadid Montoto was eight months pregnant with her third child, she craved food from back home in Miami.
If you've ever wondered what it's like at the Greenville Zoo after the gates close, Friday night's event is for you.
Bike culture is gaining speed in Greenville.
Dishcrawl wants to let you in on a secret.
From fireworks to hot dog eating contests, this year's July Fourth events have it covered.
Paul Hohmann didn't give it much thought when he was first told he should get his story published.
Saturday marks the inaugural Affair in the West End, a community festival featuring food and wares from merchants in downtown's historic West End district.
This week, David Renfroe returned to Greenville for his second season with the Greenville Drive. He admits his disappointment at repeating the league but acknowledges his offensive game needs work before he will move up to the next level.
Pitcher Yeiper Castillo returned to Greenville this summer to play his third season with the Low A Greenville Drive. He missed an entire year after shoulder surgery but has picked up right where he left off.
"At this point, [the season] is going great," Pena said. "I wouldn't change anything. I mean, I would change some things but as far as, like, the way I'm playing and the way the team's going, it's going awesome. I'm really enjoying it. "I feel like I have total control of all my pitches.
GREENVILLE, SC - As infielder Jose Garcia returns to Greenville Drive for his second year, he's working to bring his offensive and defensive game up to the Low A level. Last year, he was sent down to Lowell for a short season. According to his coaches, this year he's a
GREENVILLE, SC - After a slow start during his first full professional season, Greenville Drive catcher Blake Swihart has shown dramatic improvement during the last two months. He's been putting together better numbers, improving in all aspects of the game, and finally feeling at home with the Drive.
GREENVILLE, SC - Although Greenville Drive third baseman Garin Cecchini had a slow start to the 2012 season, his diligence and professionalism, both on and off the field, have helped things finally come together. The 21-year-old has a post-All Star batting average of .340.