Vaughn enrolled at Furman in 1965 and graduated in 1968 with a degree in English.
Senior Action's new building covers more than twice the space of the previous facility.
Dr. Traxler has been a familiar face throughout the pandemic often appearing in the media to discuss the state's efforts against COVID-19.
High school students who attend in-person instruction currently attend classes Monday through Thursday and participate in e-learning on Fridays.
More than 3,000 GCS students have signed up for next year's virtual program.
The grant will fund the first five-year phase of the Center of Biomedical Research Excellence.
"Wings of the City" will be on display in Falls Park until October.
Greenville County Schools revealed the ten finalists for the 2021-22 Teacher of the Year on Thursday, April 1. Superintendent Burke Royster drove to ten different schools Thursday to surprise each…
For 30 years Generations Group has sought to end the cycle by providing these boys with services and treatments to help them live healthy and safe lives.
At the Greenville County Schools’ board of trustees meeting, parents and students from several high schools spoke of the need to address mental health.
A new exhibition at the Upcountry History Museum stitches together various scenes to bring stories and art to life.
The PaYS program guarantees soldiers five job interviews after they complete their service.
The second enrollment window will be from Thursday, April 1 until Friday, April 23.
Greenville’s arts scene lost about $50 million dollars due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Families of children with pediatric feeding disorders report moderate to catastrophic financial burden,” Brianna Miluk, president of the foundation, said.