Friday is the bike vs. bus vs. car race

At 7:50 a.m. on September 20, four competitors will participate in a race from Furman University to downtown Greenville. One of them is a bicyclist, another a bus rider, the third a motorist and the last a rideshare user.
Willy Wonka

Willy Wonka comes to Greenville: Roald Dahl’s ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ at the Peace Center

Audiences will recognize the same Charlie and the Chocolate Factory story they know and love but with a few “twists and turns.”

International Day of Peace is Sept. 21: Events to attend

There are several opportunities to celebrate the International Day of Peace in Greenville and Asheville. The Children’s Museum of the Upstate will host several activities, and activities in Asheville include a peace rally and Strategy for Peace presentation.
Hurricane Dorian

Brunch for a Cause raises over $16K for communities impacted by Hurricane Dorian

Over 200 people attended Brunch for a Cause at Soby’s on Sept. 14, where donations reached $16,750.

13-year-old hit by car in road rage incident

One of the cars involved in the road rage incident, a PT Cruiser went up on the curb and hit the 13-year-old who was walking his younger sister to the bus stop.

How to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in the Upstate

Celebrations of Hispanic and Latino culture unite Hispanic and non-Hispanic American communities across the country.

Air quality warning issued for Greenville-Spartanburg area

The EPA has issued an air quality warning for sensitive groups. These include children or older people and people with heart or lung disease or asthma.
Liberty Bridge Greenville

Liberty Bridge celebrates 15th year

Greenville Mayor Knox White wanted change from the beginning of his leadership.
Parallel Parkway

Greenville’s Parallel Parkway now open

The Parallel Parkway features multiple connections to Woodruff Road, allowing drivers to access destinations at several points and avoid heavy traffic.

Tom Segura: Take It Down Tour at Peace Center

Since the release of his first Netflix stand-up special Completely Normal, comedian Tom Segura has steadily risen to fame.