Riding toward confidence

Momentum Bike Clubs is a group-mentoring initiative built around cycling that started in the summer of 2010, when a capstone group from the Riley Institute Diversity Leaders program approached Clemson University’s Institute on Family and Neighborhood Life with the idea, said David Taylor, director of Momentum Bike Clubs and Clemson research professor.

Target Zero partners with Greenville County Animal Care

Animal Care forged a partnership with Target Zero, a national nonprofit that works with overcrowded animal shelters to create strategies that decrease shelter intake and increase live release rates, for an ultimate goal of “zero euthanasia of all adoptable shelter animals.

Court denies GHS petition

Supreme Court refuses to hear health system’s governance change case

New Hampton Avenue bridge set to move forward

FRONT ROW, Greenville County Council: New Hampton Avenue bridge, rezoning requests and an EMS award

Fit Tech: Tapping into technology to reach fitness goals

Figure out the best fit for getting fit from a daunting selection of health and fitness-focused gadgets and apps

Grant receives posthumous College of Charleston degree

University moving toward recovery support for students

Harmony House to offer link to addiction recovery

Up to 30 women can live together in the historic home on Pendleton Street, where they will contribute to the household, find work and participate in a 12-step program

Greer-made Dragoncello liqueur named Good Food Award winner

Greer-made Dragoncello liqueur named Good Food Award winner

GHS trustees to recruit members for new boards

After learning the state Supreme Court will not rule on the legality of a proposed governance change, the Greenville Health System (GHS) board of trustees is moving forward with finalizing details for the change and will begin selecting members for two additional boards, according to board chairman Jim Morton.

Upstate’s Youngblood selected to promote savory spots in Palmetto State

Youngblood was named as the Upstate representative in the second year of the Chef Ambassador program launched in 2014 by the SC Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism. She is ready to promote locally grown produce along with the state’s food destinations.

Thyme and Play restaurant concept to cater to those with cognitive, physical and mental disabilities

Chef Eva Vega is proposing a new restaurant concept, Thyme and Play, which will be sensory-friendly and inviting to anyone with mental, physical or cognitive disabilities.

County may streamline subdivision approval process

Greenville County’s land development regulations could soon make the distinction between minor and major subdivisions

Legislators postpone GHS board nominee vote

Lawmakers await Supreme Court move on health system governance

Veterans for veterans

Creating veteran-driven support for fellow veterans is a hallmark of multiple Upstate…

What’s ahead for Greenville County?

Economic development – including first steps on the redevelopment of County Square…