Patrons will be notified on Wednesday and have the option to donate the value of their tickets or receive a refund.
Presented by the school’s art department and curated by Furman art students, the exhibition is titled “Grids and Glyphs” and explores Matthew Baumgardner’s creative process and inner spirit
The holidays are almost here, which means it's time to splurge on the bookworms in your life. Here are six books local booksellers recommend for any bookshelf, including your own.
The measure requires patrons and employees to don masks in liquor stores, Laundromats, dry cleaners and nearly all retail establishments in the city of Greenville.
U.S. District Judge G. Ross Anderson Jr., Anderson's only federal judge for more than three decades, died on Tuesday, Dec. 1.
Across the country, DNA technology is increasingly being used to solve old homicides
Tis the season for lists — the best movies, memes and, of course, books. These are some of the titles that the staff at the Greenville Journal have loved and recommended to all of our friends this year.
According to a news release, Greenlink is considering offering a new seven-day, 10-day or 14-day pass.
The cost to construct the new station, which offers three times as much space as the current building, was approximately $9 million, according to GSP Airport officials.
“Dave has gotten us through the first part of Conestee’s history, and he’s leaving things in a very good place,” Michael Corley said.
Jason “Travis” Merrill, 45, was arrested in in North Carolina last month on charges of murder, arson, possession of a weapon during a violent crime and multiple fraud-related charges, according to the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office.
Card is the author of the New York Times bestsellers “Ender's Game,” “Ender's Shadow,” and “Speaker for the Dead."
A public hearing is scheduled for the Planning Commission meeting on Dec. 17
In its 25-year history, the Hub City Writers Project has grown to include a bookshop, annual writing conference and writer in residency program, in addition to its independent press.
The move came as an emergency order temporarily requiring virtual Zoom meetings expired. Prior to the pandemic, county ordinances required council members to vote in person on agenda items.