Madworld is much more than a seasonal operation.
The total solar eclipse that streaked across the heart of South Carolina on Aug. 21 was the state’s largest tourism event on record.
Although Hollywild Animal Park first opened in 1973, its origins go back almost two decades before.
Learo, a yoga instructor, plans to open the transitional living facility for women who are in the early stages of recovery from drug addiction and alcoholism.
The five-year grant will help establish a new statewide initiative known as Materials Assembly and Design Excellence in South Carolina, or Made in SC.
A group of volunteers worked this weekend to help revamp more than nine miles of the Reedy River, a popular yet heavily polluted waterway.
Corley has protected Charleston’s Angel Oak from development, stopped construction of a mega-landfill for out-of-state waste in Laurens County, and more.
Dinosaurs may be extinct, but the center is working to resurrect the prehistoric giants.
On Monday, Aug. 21, a total solar eclipse will pass directly over Greenville and other cities across the Upstate, casting thousands in temporary darkness.
Humans may not be the only species affected during the upcoming total solar eclipse.
The rise in urban beekeepers could be good news for bee populations, which have taken a turn for the worst over the last few years.
Professor Sarah Harcum will study better ways of engineering Chinese hamster ovary cells, which the drug industry uses to produce biopharmaceuticals.
While the Reedy River has become a hub for recreation in downtown Greenville, some residents believe it needs more access points outside the city.
The last confirmed mountain lion sighting in South Carolina occurred nearly 100 years ago, but Upstate residents are claiming to see and hear the big cats.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently named the Enggasser siblings as winners of a 2016 Presidential Environmental Youth Award.