Greenville County Animal Care is lending a helping hand to the shelter dogs and cats in the path of Hurricane Irma.
The collection has garnered praise from Southern fiction writer George Singleton, who described “Floods and Fires” as “beautifully written” and “soul-shaking.” Other reviewers have favorably compared Leach’s writing to that of Ron Rash and the late Larry Brown.
Expected guests include Metallica, Alice in Chains, Jack Antonoff (Bleachers), Michael Angelakos (Passion Pit), and Krist Novoselic (Nirvana).
The school will compete against J.L. Mann to see which school can bring in the most money for their chosen charity.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that here in the South, tailgating on football Saturdays is serious business.
Good news, Clemson Tigers fans. Head football coach Dabo Swinney isn't going anywhere.
The biggest offseason question for the Clemson Tigers has been answered.
The proposed Dream Act would “allow immigrant students who grew up in the United States to earn lawful permanent residence and eventually American citizenship,” according to a press release from Sen. Graham’s office. Requirements include that recipients graduate high school or obtain a GED and “pursue higher education, work lawfully for at least three years, or serve in the military.” Proficiency in English, knowledge of United States history, and a clean criminal record are also among the stipulations.
All good things must come to an end, and the annual Spittoono Festival is no exception.
As part of Read Up Greenville’s yearlong program to celebrate young adult and middle-grade literature, two authors will be in conversation on Saturday to discuss their latest novels and answer questions.
The Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Carolinas (RMHCC), which assists the families of sick or critically injured children by providing housing, meals, transportation, and other support, has been facing an unprecedented demand for its services.
At many restaurants, finding a meatless entree that is flavorful, healthy, and filling can be a challenge. But as the culinary landscape in Greenville continues to evolve and incorporate a variety of cultural influences, meat-free diners can rest assured that there’s something out there for them, too.
A member of Troop 521 based out of St. Mary’s Catholic Church, the 15-year-old Barrow will have until his 18th birthday to complete his chosen Eagle Project: a comprehensive renovation of the baseball field at Shoeless Joe Jackson Memorial Park, located on the west side of Greenville in the historic Brandon Mill community.
For their fourth season, the Mill Town Players will hold performances — both musicals and plays — at the Historic Pelzer Auditorium and the Younts Center.
This week, Clemson University and Auburn University — alongside Louisiana State University and the University of Missouri — announced the formation of the U.S. Tiger University Consortium, a coalition for universities that claim the tiger as their mascot.