The Duke Energy Foundation donated $25,000 to the Greenville Tech Foundation.
Fountain Inn Mayor Sam Lee said he has not endorsed Will Lewis, a former deputy running against incumbent Sheriff Steve Loftis in the June 28 runoff.
The South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) adopted a $248 million capital plan on June 13 that includes the allocation of $2.2 million for the expansion of Greer’s inland port.
Spartanburg will host the USA Track & Field (USATF) Junior Olympic Region Four Track and Field Championship on July 7–10.
The Greenville Revitalization Corporation (GRC) received a $30,000 grant from John I. Smith Charities Inc. for a children’s playground in the new Textile Heritage Park to be developed in the Monaghan Community.
The event will be held Sunday, June 26, at Fluor Field at 4:05 p.m.
With another addition to local author Susan Boyer’s “Lowcountry” mystery series, readers will immerse themselves into an investigation of Shelby Poinsett’s mysterious death.
Not too long ago, the introduction of e-readers like the Amazon Kindle and Barnes & Noble Inc.’s Nook became a game-changer in the world of publishing. These devices ushered in speculation about the state of the printed book and its place in our increasingly digital world. And that consequently led to another question: what would ultimately happen to bookstores?