Photo gallery: 110th birthday for Upstate resident Maria Aulenbacher

See more photos from Maria Aulenbacher’s 110th birthday at The Cliffs at Glassy clubhouse.
Open Studios

Op-Ed: Eighteen years of Greenville Open Studios

The event will showcase the talent of a record-high 158 participating artists.

Op-Ed: At-large candidate Dorothy Dowe in her own words

City-council hopeful Dowe wants to give constituents a voice regarding city’s growth and change.

Op-Ed: At-large candidate George Fletcher in his own words

City council-hopeful Fletcher believes smart city technology can help tackle affordable housing and transit issues.

Op-Ed: District 1 candidate John DeWorken in his own words

Greenville City council-hopeful John DeWorken wants to balance growth with championing neighborhoods.

Op-Ed: District 1 candidate Matt Johnson in his own words

Greenville City council-hopeful Matt Johnson says he is the “independent voice” Greenville needs.

African American Museum breaks new ground for historic stories

“I am encouraged that the museum will help our neighbors in South Carolina and visitors from across the world identify with themes of diversity, perseverance, innovation, hope and faith through the lens of the African American experience.” – Anton Thomas

School of Thought

From his early days as a school bus driver, William Brown has been dedicated to quality education. Now he provides students access to successful futures through Legacy Early College

Photos: 2019 Enchanted Forest

Greenville County Recreational Center hosted Enchanted Forest last weekend at the Pavilion.
Maggie Glasgow

Giving Matters: The Power of Collective Giving

Maggie Glasgow, past Co-Chair, Greenville Women Giving; Board Member, Catalist

Op-Ed: Euphoria founder Carl Sobocinski thanks community for event’s success

“While this year will be hard to beat, #15 is sure to be the best one yet.” –Carl Sobocinski, euphoria founder
Homeowners Association

Neighborhood Watch: Becoming an HOA watchdog

Knowledge and oversight are your best defenses against being victimized.

Op-Ed: The “All In” approach to workforce development

Hubbell Lighting pledged $25,000 to the Greenville Technical College Foundation for a new advanced manufacturing and engineering-related endowed scholarship fund.
Alzheimer's Walk

Photos: 2019 Walk to End Alzheimer’s

2,542 participants with 245 teams raise $350,702 for Alzheimer’s research.

Op-Ed: A final at-bat for Shoeless Joe

The fact that he had one of the purest swings ever saved him from a hard life, but not from a hard fate.