Now serving her fifth and last term on Greenville County Council, Xanthene Norris has taught generations of students as a French teacher at Sterling High School and then as a guidance counselor at Greenville High.
The Greenville Derby Dames need to find an indoor venue in Greenville County with at least 10,000 square feet of space and access to restrooms.
The city hopes to identify semi-finalists by the end of March, conduct interviews in early April and have a new chief in place by late spring or early summer.
The center will be staffed with a director and case manager who will help provide services to meet immediate and longer-term needs.
Bon Secours St. Francis Downtown Hospital is expanding with a new $41 million emergency department to accommodate 75,000 visitors annually.
Keep Greenville County Beautiful was awarded an $8,496 PalmettoPride grant.
Lee Gill's first week as chief diversity officer at Clemson University was marked by student protests at Sikes Hall.
When Greenville schools reopened on Feb. 17, 1970, some 58,000 students and 2,000 teachers and 105 schools had been integrated. But the move was far from seamless.
Matt Giles will join the Children’s Theatre in March.
Beth Brotherton, who for the past four years has served as Greenville County Schools' communications director, is leaving the school district for a post at the city of Greenville.
A multi-year construction project will add a new parking garage, additional surface lot and expanded employee parking at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport.
The city of Greer is acquiring the Greer Golf & Country Club on Gap Creek Road and intends to operate it as a public golf course.
“Preparing the next generation of engineers to advance manufacturing and transportation is always a priority and big passion for me.” - Clemson University professor Yunyi Jia
Clemson University's online master's in education program was ranked first in the nation for the third year in a row.
Marthe Cohn risked her life posing as a German nurse during the Nazi occupation of France.