Our team members at Community Journals share photos of their dogs and cats to go with our cover story Returning to the office? What is Fido going to do?
Artisphere 2021 took place last weekend in downtown Greenville. See more photos.
Phil Silberman, 65, passed away Jan. 14, 2021.
We talk with local leaders about their 2021 resolutions
‘Twas the day after Christmas and Santa needed a rest, He had been working non-stop during this 2020 mess.
Upstate Granite Solutions dedicated South Carolina’s largest American flag and flagpole on Nov. 18. See more photos from the ceremony.
Community Journals and the Community Foundation of Greenville are pleased to honor the recipients of this year’s Charitable Giving Awards.
Thompson began his law enforcement career in 1993 with the Mauldin Police Department before joining the Greenville Police Department in 1997.
Chris Stone has served in his current role since being recruited in 1996
The iconic Army Navy Surplus Store building in Greenville’s West End has been put on the market. Asking price is $1.29 million. The 6,000-square foot property is located on .77-acres at…
Hair salons, fitness centers to reopen next week. These are the biggest coronavirus headlines for Monday, May 11.
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Local closings: Schools • Government • Businesses • Restaurants & Retail • Events Just in from Greenville County Schools: On Sunday, March 15, South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster has ordered…