Genco Pools

Sponsored: Making indoor swimming safer, more cost effective and less stinky

One of the most exciting additions to any hotel stay is an…
CU-ICAR

Clemson professor’s work on self-driving cars recognized

“Preparing the next generation of engineers to advance manufacturing and transportation is always a priority and big passion for me.” – Clemson University professor Yunyi Jia
Mark Farris

Greenville County saw one of its “best years ever” for economic development

Upstate Business Journal: Thirty companies have announced plans to move to Greenville County or expand operations, making 2019 the second best year ever for economic development
Venture South

VentureSouth boasts record year in 2019

Greenville-based angel investment firm VentureSouth announced this week it invested $12.7 million…

Behind the castle walls: A look inside Super Duper Publications

Nestled in a castle on Pelham Road is Super Duper Publications, a…
Neb Cline

The Lives They Led: Neb Cline

“My good friend Lucky introduced us when we were seniors at Greenville High School,” Joyce Cline recalled recently. When the two met, “we were 17. We got married in 1965.”
James Whitten

The Lives They Led: James Smith Whitten

James Smith Whitten, who passed away in October, 2019, joined the Navy after being drafted into the Army.
Bill Orders

The Lives They Led: Bill Orders

A lifelong resident of Greenville, Bill Orders, who passed away in July, 2019, lived his life by following two guiding principles: First was The Golden Rule; second was Romans 8:28
Greenville Technical College

Greenville Technical College announces collaboration with global technology group

The agreement allows GTC’s teachers and students to use Renishaw’s equipment in the classroom.

Former Piedmont Shirt Factory building to be revitalized by entrepreneurial family

The Piedmont Shirt Factory is being revitalized by a family of entrepreneurs…
Lockheed Martin

Lockheed Martin hosts Bahrain Ambassador at F-16 production line

With production well underway on the first F-16 Block 70 aircraft to…

Front Row: December 2019 Design Review Board Urban Panel

The December City of Greenville Design Review Board Urban Panel meeting only…
London Fog Stitchery

Knitting shop owner offers classes for ‘crafty’ students

London Fog Stitchery opened on Oct. 1, 2019, at 217 E. Stone Ave., Suite 38, Greenville.

How one company is transforming unwanted guns into heritage tools

Gun Metal Forge takes old, unwanted guns and recrafts them while honoring the heritage of the firearm

Sponsored: Classically Beautiful

When we first engage potential clients in our studio, we have a…