TR Farmer’s Market executive director Adrienne Hawkins has her dream job by the mountains

Adrienne Hawkins is a master gardener, a painter, an adventurer and a mom, and she’s also the Travelers Rest Farmers Market executive director. She’s helped transform the TR market into one of the most talked-about farmers markets in the Southeast.

Like a Boss: How to float the river

Get your group, grab a bathing suit and drive 2 hours or less to one of five tubing sites in this article.

Stopping on the Trail — Travelers Rest, Part 1

To satisfy all inquisitive minds, we’re curating a list of stops to check out along the trail, starting with a few located in Travelers Rest.

Summertime smack down for mosquitos

Environmental issues facing the region by Chris Starker

Greenvillians share their wild animal sightings

Bear on the trail “During the drought, we were riding bikes from Travelers Rest, and just before Furman, a friend and I were coming up the Swamp Rabbit Trail when I saw this animal. At first I thought it was a big dog, but it was a juvenile bear –—one or two years old, not […]

The birds, the bees – and the goats

Backyard farmers are milking profits from urban animals

Getting to know your wildlife neighbors can help prevent problems

When people call wildlife specialists or city animal control officers to complain about wildlife they consider a nuisance, they probably could handle the situation on their own if they learned a little more about their backyard neighbors.

The best pools you can buy memberships to in Greenville

With the heat index at 100 degrees this week, it’s crucial that you find a pool… and get in it. It might be midsummer, but it’s never too late to join or start looking for pool memberships for next year. So we did some research on the best pool memberships in Greenville for you and […]

Boom town — Celebrating the Fourth of July in the Upstate

If you’re looking to get out and celebrate the upcoming July Fourth weekend with family and friends, here’s what’s happening across the Upstate.

Muddy Sneakers brings energy back to learning

Muddy Sneakers brings students a hands-on experience outside of the classroom and promotes the idea of focusing on the local and what’s happening in your backyard as opposed to the exotic.

The city expects to collect $15 million from tourism-related taxes — so where is the money going?

More visitors means more funds available for worthy projects in the city

Work to begin on second phase of Cancer Survivors Park

City gives initial approval to matching $250,000 private gift

Swamp Rabbit Trail section to remain closed

The section of the Swamp Rabbit Trail between Westfield Street and Reedy View Drive will remain closed until further notice.

Inspired by Ali, Parkinson’s patients go a few rounds with Rock Steady Boxing

For patients, boxing helps mend bodies, minds and spirits

YMCA halts plans for Verdae facility

A planned full-service YMCA on 10 acres at Verdae may not happen after all.