After more than a year, the restaurant, that will have the same straightforward, made-from-scratch, meat focus as the Greenville original, will open in the Lone Star State with bacon-loving Houston chef Joseph Zerwas at the helm.
Spartanburg businessmen Josh Dodson and Jonathan Duke have received federal permits for their New Groove Artisan Brewery at 4078 Highway 9 in Boiling Springs.
The menu will include burgers, sandwiches, and salads, and owner John Ko is adding 10 taps on the bar for local and popular brews.
The 7,200-square-foot venue was designed by Atlanta architect Keith Summerour to accommodate a wide range of events from small corporate meetings to sit-down dinners for 200 guests to wedding receptions for 400 guests.
You’ve already got a 2016 College Football National Championship T-shirt and the commemorative Coke cans.
Some like it hot. [Pause] Some like it hot.
Who needs ESPN when you’ve got WhiteHouse.gov?
Weather has delayed the partial reopening of the portion of the Greenville Health System Swamp Rabbit Trail linking Cleveland Park to Falls Park again.
The partial reopening of the portion of the Greenville Health System Swamp Rabbit Trail linking Cleveland Park to Falls Park has been delayed until Saturday, June 3 and here’s why — construction of the second phase of Greenville’s Cancer Survivors Park.
The 42nd Annual Assault on Mt. Mitchell presented by Greenville Health System will feature some famous faces.
I am not against such a partnership. I am also not against empowering GHS to have the legal authority to enter into this partnership. However, I believe GHS currently does not have the ability to legally enter into a contract of this nature.
From where I sit — first and foremost as a patient, and second, as someone who regularly hears about the impacts of health care on our business community — I see this partnership as a win-win for the Upstate and Midlands communities.
Sculpting the past.
BJU at 90.
Having dependable access to pads, tampons, and other feminine hygiene products is a necessity for any woman who gets a period. But across the country, many homeless and economically disadvantaged women find themselves without these products.
On March 1, DNA Creative Communications, in partnership with the Community Foundation of Greenville, the United Way of Greenville County, and the Hollingsworth Funds, will host Creating Greenville’s Nonprofit Landscape, a free event to kick off the 2017 Shine the Light nonprofit leadership series.
Volunteers can designate which organization will receive a donation for hours worked, and each charity will receive 100 percent of proceeds generated by their respective ticket sales.
Last Saturday, during a ceremony at Embassy Suites Riverplace, Frances Ellison, Harriet Goldsmith and Sue Priester — co-founders of Greenville Women Giving — were awarded the Order of the Silver Crescent, one of three prestigious Governor’s Awards that “recognizes those who have made significant contributions to the life and well being of South Carolina and her people.”
The Morin Foundation is one of 200 non-profits across the country to score a bottle from the Buffalo Trace Distillery (Frankfort, Ky.,) who donated rare bottles of bourbon dating back to 1980, 1982 and 1983 to help the non-profits raise money for their causes.