Christian Science Reading Rooms date back to the founding of the Christian Science church by Mary Baker Eddy in 1879.
The robust collection will include works by emerging and established artists in a range of mediums and styles, and nearly every piece in the collection is commissioned especially for the hotel.
The goal to plant 1,000 trees in city parks and public right-of-ways coincides with the passing of the city’s new tree ordinance, which essentially requires developers to replace every tree they cut down.
Owner Tommy Stevenson announced in a news release on Feb. 1 that he will retire and close the restaurant. The exact date is unclear.
Founded in 1978, Discover Upcountry was the third or fourth organization in the state to be formed to promote tourism in multiple counties, according to Tim Todd.
A new exhibition showcasing three artists will open Friday, Feb. 5 at the Greenville Center for Creative Arts. Called “Shaping Identity,” the exhibit will feature the work of Eli Warren,…
The mill ceased operations in 1977.
City Council members gave final approval to renovate the center at its Jan. 25 meeting.
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The store’s parent company, Highland Ventures Ltd., announced on Jan. 5 that it will close all Family Video locations.
Gilbert began his career at WYFF (then WFBC-TV) doing fill-in weather in the early 1970s before joining the station full-time as a morning and noon meteorologist in 1996.
The GVL2040 comprehensive plan will go before the City Council in February. A public hearing is scheduled for Jan. 25.
The city of Greenville and Greenlink have solicited proposals for construction of the project and are evaluating bids from three firms.
A lifelong Spartanburg resident, Cardell died on Jan. 2 at the age of 33.
On Jan. 11, City Council members approved first reading of a new tree ordinance and the Swamp Rabbit Trail Extension Master Plan.