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A multimillion-dollar revitalization plan for Spartanburg's Northside neighborhood gives current residents hope after seeing how a similar plan improved the education, welfare and health of residents in a similar area of Atlanta.

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There's a new attitude at Cleveland Academy of Leadership elementary school, where students deal with tough realities that children shouldn't have to face, such as crime and poverty. The idea is to improve the school so it becomes a magnate for families looking for a good neighborhood and school.

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Mentors, social workers, community advocates and nurses are all working to help make the Northside a healthy neighborhood where people choose to live and choose to stay.

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As the Northside residents of Spartanburg, S.C., work to make their community healthy, plans include additional sidewalks as well as new grocery stores and restaurants.

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Spartanburg, S.C., began as a bustling mill town, but parts of the city went downhill after drug dealers infiltrated some neighborhoods. Now the rebirth of the Northside is creating an opportunity for new life.

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A Spartanburg, S.C., neighborhood once known primarily as a hotbed for violence and crime is now the home of a medical college and has attracted the attention of city officials, philanthropists and even a group connected to billionaire investor Warren Buffett.

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The late Hugh Chapman, a Spartanburg, S.C. native, was involved in the transformation of East Lake Meadows in Atlanta over a decade ago. His influence is being felt as the Northside area of his hometown gets rebuilt.

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Spartanburg's County Council plans for 2013 include a transformation of the once crime-ridden Northside community at the top of the list.

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The Northside Development Corporation is the the nonprofit leading the improvement initiative for Spartanburg's failing community.

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