Flash mob was organized to “bring all people together through one common goal: finding community, joy and an appreciation for the arts through dance.”
Maples started turning their trademark oranges and reds at the beginning of October, while oaks will join the color parade later in the month.
It’s a time for schools, parents, youth organizations and communities to come together to celebrate substance-free youth.
The Clemson Home and Garden Information Center encourages pumpkin fans to switch it up this year, sharing three ways to enjoy pumpkin in the kitchen.
A global pandemic has taken its toll on the health, economy and social fiber of our community.
The average lifetime risk of breast cancer in men is 1/833 males or 0.1%.
The Hillcrest Rams hosted the Mauldin Mavericks in the season-opening high school football game on Sept 25.
As a community, we have an opportunity to do better.
In this age of electric vehicles and the coming promise of autonomous driving, these are the most exciting times for the automotive industry since the advent of the car itself.
100% of all proceeds from the Child Freedom 5K and all public donations to Child Freedom Coalition help end child slavery in India. Photos by B.Knox Photography.
The 2020 Greenville City 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb was held Friday, Sept. 11 at Fluor Field. See photos from the event.
Dear City Council, J Dabney Peeples Design and The Collins Group operate primarily in the realm of private landscapes, and many of our projects lie within Greenville city limits. As…
The show must go on, even during unprecedented times. That’s the approach the Erwin Center for Brand Communications is taking in making its second annual CMO Summit a reality, and…
Teens want to be heard. Teens need to be heard.
The Peace Center’s first Broadway show of the season currently is “Pretty Woman,” scheduled for March 23-28, 2021.