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Sunday, May 27, 2018

The one-day Ville to Ville Craft Brew Relay is already prepping...

What's the most interesting way to travel between two cities (Greenville and Asheville, N.C., in this case)? Well, you run, of course.

Town hall dialogue encourages attendees to achieve peace

On March 15, Atlantic Institute, along with partners at Upstate International and the Interfaith Forum, hosted The WISE Up Town Hall Dialogue at the Hughes Main Library in downtown Greenville.

Three historic Greenville churches open their doors to the community

The father of Greenville, Vardry McBee, believed that in order for a city to grow successfully, it needs churches, schools, and law. This is why he gave designated land for four churches (and his son later gave land for a fifth) centrally located in downtown Greenville starting in the 1820s.

Op-Ed: Moving Beyond Outrage

by Bob Inglis Recently 200 former members of Congress, Republicans and Democrats, gathered at Carpenters’ Hall in Philadelphia to sign Issue One’s Declaration to Renew...

Op-Ed: Volunteer for the BMW Charity Pro-Am presented by SYNNEX Corporation

By Macy Covington When 862 men and women made a commitment to volunteer at the BMW Charity Pro-Am presented by SYNNEX Corporation in 2017, the...

A Q&A with United Way of Greenville County President Meghan Barp

Meghan Barp is no stranger to the United Way. Nearly the last decade of her career was spent working in several positions at the...

Meet Greenville’s Insta-famous animals

These local pets probably have more followers than you do.

Greenville gets berth in bracket-style Strong Towns competition

Here’s a bracket that Greenville residents should be able to get behind. Greenville is one of 16 cities in the “Strongest Town Contest,” a NCAA bracket-style online competition by Strong Towns, a national nonprofit working to build financial resilience in America’s cities, towns and neighborhoods, to find the most successful, resilient communities.

Greenville Federal Credit Union marks 50th annual meeting

Greenville Federal Credit Union will hold its 50th annual meeting March 8 at the Westin Poinsett Hotel at 4 p.m.

Annual parade and festival celebrate Greenville and the Upstate’s Irish roots

The parade is held by Greenville’s own division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH), the Harp & Shamrock Division. AOH is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit Irish-Catholic Fraternity with roots that run deep into American history.

In Our Community: The Red Cross, Greenville Swamp Rabbits, and more

DONATE The Red Cross hosts local blood donation opportunities  During Red Cross Month in March, the American Red Cross will encourage eligible donors to give blood....

Meet Kumar, the Greenville Zoo’s infamous escape artist

Since arriving at the zoo in November 2016, the 12-year-old orangutan has broken out of his enclosure three times, according to Dr. Nick Kapustin, veterinarian and deputy administrator. 

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