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.
There's plenty of places in Greenville to get your French toast fix. Here’s a look at six of our favorites.
Meadows, who is serving his fourth term on the council, defeated Councilwoman Liz Seman for the bid in a 7-5 vote.
A lifelong resident of Greenville, Furman was actively involved in the arts community and was most recently a founding member of the Greenville Center for Creative Arts.
Written by Greenville nephrologist Dr. Blake Shusterman, the book is the culmination of Shusterman’s passions: kidney health and how food can impact kidney health.
City of Greenville firefighters moved into the modern brick-faced building at 20 E. Faris Road earlier this month.
B-Cycle plans to relaunch this winter and replace Greenville’s dated single-speed bikes with an entirely electric fleet.
The coronavirus and police protests dominated headlines in the city of Greenville in 2020. The city also moved ahead on its Unity Park project and an expansion of the Swamp Rabbit Trail.
While the pandemic made life uncertain for local theaters, the arts scene still managed to flourish in 2020.
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.