Outdoor marketing agencies Groundswell PR and Blue Ion Outpost have partnered with Friends of the Reedy River, a Greenville-based environmental nonprofit, to host a screening of the documentary “Blue Heart:…
A local developer’s plan to cut down a grove of century-old cedar trees near Mills Mill has sparked opposition from hundreds of residents.
Bebe, the Greenville Zoo’s 7-year-old female Prevost’s squirrel, will soon be paired with a male counterpart from the Los Angeles Zoo in California
Renewable Water Resources plans to upgrade a decades-old sewer pipe that provides service to more than 5,000 people in southern Greenville County.
Outdoor recreation doesn’t have to stop when the temperatures drop.
A new study is underway in the Upstate to curb the growing rate of suicides among military veterans.
Once complete, the connection between the approximately 400-acre park and former landfill will lead to a series of one-way trails with observation points. The trails will be open to hikers and birders only.
The 28,000-square-foot, two-story facility is scheduled to open in the fall of 2020.
The rally, which was held at the Joel Roberts Poinsett Statue on South Main Street, was organized by Mighty Earth, an environmental nonprofit based in Washington, D.C.
A new project aims to improve the Reedy River’s water quality. One of the Upstate’s most popular state parks is getting an expansion. And local veterans are finding healing through fly fishing. The year 2018 has seen no shortage of news related to Mother Nature.
The four-year-old giant anteater recently made his debut in the zoo’s South American Pampas exhibit.
Nearly eight decades after the attack, the remains of Navy Fireman 2nd Class Carl D. Dorr have been identified and returned home for burial.
A scientific report issued by 13 federal agencies last week paints a troubling picture of what could await the region if significant steps aren’t taken to address climate change.
The tiny rod-like structures have been shown to improve the strength and durability of concrete structures and reduce the carbon footprint of manufacturing cement.
Meteorologists with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are predicting “wetter-than-average conditions” in the southern United States through February.