“Now is the time to do something heroic for your community,” said Delisa English, The Blood Connection's president and CEO. “Please donate blood today.”
Greenville County Schools released its 2020-21 student calendar on Wednesday. Students will begin the next school year on Monday, Aug. 17, 2020 and end the school year on Friday, June 4, 2021.
Gen. Colin Powell will speak at USC Upstate for the university's annual Dr. John B. Edmunds Jr. Distinguished Lecture Series. The event, named in honor of USC Upstate’s first hired professor, will be held at 7 p.m. on March 19.
Over $600,000 has been awarded to local nonprofits through these capacity-building grants since 2014, according to the foundation.
The sold-out ceremony, attended by around 1,000 people, celebrated the volunteers, activists, organizations and corporations that contributed to United Way of Greenville County's work in 2019.
Former WYFF-TV reporter and anchor Tim Waller has been tapped to join Greenville County Schools as its director of media relations.
“We are trying to illuminate pathways to college for all of our young men so that when they get to their senior year of high school, they’re making more informed decisions about what they want their next steps to be,” said Matthew Kirk, associate director of Tiger Alliance, a program for African American and Hispanic male high school students.
The Greenville Zoo today announced the birth of two Amur leopard cubs. The leopard subspecies is the most endangered cat in the world with only an estimated 100 left in the wild.
“All of us in this building have such unique styles of work,” says Traci Wright Martin, one of the four artists who have studios in the Banks Building. “Hopefully there’s something for everyone.”
We take a look at some of the pivotal moments African American leaders and history-makers that have roots right here in the Upstate.
The quilt is regarded as the highest award that can be given by a civilian foundation.
The United States Postal Service will be celebrating wild orchids by releasing new postage stamps featuring the photography of Greenville’s Jim Fowler.