In early January of 2016, Greenville business owner Trey Cole went for a walk with his mother in Lake Conestee Park. With his busy homebuilding and renovation business, he confessed,…
The mission is encouraging women in trade work.
This nonprofit formed in the 1960s when America declared a war on poverty.
The couple's most recent home flip is a cottage made from a shipping container located off Old Augusta Road.
By the second week of March, John Malik saw World Central Kitchen was opening up one of five operations on the Polish-Ukraine border.
Two local moms who met through their professional cycling husbands want to build a public pump track in Greenville and are looking for the right spot.
Over the decades, the Dolly Parton Imagination Library has grown to an international program with over 170 million books distributed worldwide.
Next year, the nonprofit will celebrate its 10-year anniversary.
In October, the Friends of the Reedy River posted some interesting — and good — news.
The Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail is a catalyst for development, both business and growing residential.
LiveWell Greenville's Sally Wills estimates 35% of children in Greenville County are experiencing obesity.
Get out! An unintentional benefit of the pandemic has been the tremendous visitor increase (and appreciation) to America’s outside. Go to a national park!
The U.S. Census Bureau released some interesting information for South Carolina from its 2020 data.
Upstate pickleball coach John Moore estimates there are about 1,300 players in Greenville County.
Big stuff is underway for the Greenville Triumph, Greenville's professional men's soccer team.