Books new and old have found a home in downtown Travelers Rest.
The organization, which covers 10 counties and is largely volunteer driven, has issued a call for help.
The city of Greenville’s proposed GVL2040 comprehensive plan, can now be viewed online.
Kate Furman’s jewelry is made from nature — literally.
An official ribbon cutting for the Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting station will be held on Nov. 23.
“The Empty Cell” is told from the perspectives of four people.
The South Carolina Children's Theatre is offering free bullying prevention program to schools statewide through Nov. 21.
Visit spooky sites and learn about local hauntings in the Upstate with one of several ghost tours operating this Halloween season.
Here are the essential items you should bring or wear on every hike this fall.
"We don't think there's any shop like it anywhere in the world," says Aubrey Rogers, a longtime guild member who serves as the group’s accountant.
Longtime deputy Sgt. Conley Jumper, who had been serving Greenville County for nearly 28 years, was fatally injured Tuesday
Sustainability coordinator Michael Frixen's current list of projects range from issues related to clean energy and tree preservation to stormwater management.
"Invitation to Dance," a short documentary film by Sarah Shoemaker, introduces Lena Forster and her adult special needs ballet class, which meets weekly at International Ballet.
How the police are perceived in Greenville is sharply divided along racial lines, a citywide survey on the Greenville Police Department showed.
Citing social distancing concerns, Greenville city officials have canceled this year's annual Poinsetta Christmas Parade in downtown Greenville.