Think creative types don’t need to know anything about business? Think again

To prepare for an art exhibit is to prepare for the opening of a brand new pop-up business, except that your business has a lifespan of one day.

Lessons learned from the guy who walked into a bar

It’s the story of a good deed with a positive result. But it could just as easily have turned out far differently, which means there are some lessons to be learned.

Former Local Taco gets new life as The Common Cure, a neighborhood bar and grill

The menu will include burgers, sandwiches, and salads, and owner John Ko is adding 10 taps on the bar for local and popular brews.

Boiling Springs apartment community sold for $19M

Connecticut-based Hamilton Point Investments purchased the multifamily complex on Asheville Highway from Greenville-based Graycliff Capital Partners on Jan. 12.

Education Week names GCS superintendent Leader to Learn From

Education Week, a national news publication covering K-12 education, has named Greenville County Schools Superintendent Dr. W. Burke Royster a Leader to Learn From.

Tim Scott: The Investing in Opportunity Act will lift up those who’ve been left behind

With more than 50 million individuals living in distressed communities, we must do more to help those who cannot help themselves.

A salute to long-time sewer subdistrict leader M. Graham Proffit

Now, after 48 years of service to the Commission he helped to create, M. Graham Proffitt, III is retiring from the Metropolitan Sewer Subdistrict Commission. It has been an honor to serve beside him.

Upstate Forever highlights environmental projects with annual awards

Greenville’s Upstate Forever recently honored the area’s most impressive environmental projects with its annual “ForeverGreen Awards” luncheon.

The Man at the Hub

Retiring after four decades at J M Smith, CEO Bill Cobb saw the beginning of the tech boom and helped mold Spartanburg into a modern city.

Roof with a View: Avenue, new downtown rooftop event space, to open in April

The 7,200-square-foot venue was designed by Atlanta architect Keith Summerour to accommodate a wide range of events from small corporate meetings to sit-down dinners for 200 guests to wedding receptions for 400 guests.

Lockheed Martin now flying two military jets over Greenville

Lockheed Martin has said the two jets will fly out of Donaldson Field an average of 10 times a month.

Integrity matters — to dogs and their people

Life Lessons from a Dog Trainer with Connie Cleveland

The Man at the Hub

Retiring after four decades at J M Smith, CEO Bill Cobb saw the beginning of the tech boom and helped mold Spartanburg into a modern city.

Outside developers vie to shape downtown Greenville in league with the county

At least six outside developers — some of whom do business across the country — have expressed an interest in the prominent county-owned property, nearly 38 acres of high ground next to Falls Park.

Must-see shows this week: Brother Oliver, Wirewood, Tez Sherard

Brother Oliver, w/ Mark Webb & Justin Peter Kinkel-Schuster Friday, Feb. 24 The Spinning Jenny, 107 Cannon St., Greer 7 p.m. $9 in advance, $12 at the door The Greenville band Brother Oliver, aka multi-instrumentalist siblings Andrew and Stephen Oliver, has evolved over its three-year existence from a stripped-down folk act to an outfit that […]