Birds Fly South Ale Project has officially landed at Hampton Station.
A new mascot at Greenville Federal Credit Union will give students the opportunity to learn about how to handle their finances.
Charleston-based gourmet market and café Caviar & Bananas, opened its doors at its downtown Greenville location on Monday, Aug. 8.
Greenville playwright gives back to the community through music and theater with “A Month of Sundays”
“I had this story in my head for a long time and I said, ‘I need to see if I can write this,’”
Spartanburg-based Brown Roof Thrift, an upscale thrift store and coffee shop, will be expanding to Woodruff Road in Greenville with a second location.
The Warehouse Theatre presents “Twelfth Night,” a Shakespeare comedy with a modern twist to engage a younger generation
Adrienne Hawkins is a master gardener, a painter, an adventurer and a mom, and she’s also the Travelers Rest Farmers Market executive director. She’s helped transform the TR market into one of the most talked-about farmers markets in the Southeast.
Greenville’s Breakwater Restaurant & Bar recently announced on Facebook that it will be closing its location at 802 S. Main St. on July 23.
Restaurant 17 recently added Nicholas Graves as executive chef.
Centre Stage takes a nostalgic look at the Andrews Sisters
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) recently launched two new information sources for the public to find local produce and search food establishment inspection scores with ease.
A new concept that includes two of Greenvillians’ favorite things — coffee and local beer — has opened on the south side of town.
With another addition to local author Susan Boyer’s “Lowcountry” mystery series, readers will immerse themselves into an investigation of Shelby Poinsett’s mysterious death.
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