"We were the first to close and will likely be the last to fully open,” General Manager Beth Paul says.
Both motions passed unanimously with one board member out sick.
On Jan. 11, City Council members approved first reading of a new tree ordinance and the Swamp Rabbit Trail Extension Master Plan.
High Spirits Events will host the second annual Greenville Venue Crawl Feb. 28 from noon to 6 p.m. During the event, participants may explore more than 13 venues across Greenville,…
Almost 70% of the reported COVID-19 deaths in the state have been those 70 and older.
“Human Trafficking abounds when we fail to see the face of Christ in our brothers and sisters,” said Dr. Alex Garvey, Bon Secours St. Francis senior vice president of mission.
Since 1997, the Emrys Foundation has awarded 33 scholarships.
“We are so excited about the endless possibilities afforded to us because of the generosity of the TD Charitable Foundation,” said Sean Dogan, interim president and CEO of Urban League of the Upstate.
Although the 2020 Minor League Baseball season was canceled, the Greenville Drive has accumulated multiple local and national honors throughout 2020. “2020 has been an extraordinary year for our entire…
“Programming is integral to our mission, and we couldn’t be more excited to bring back many TCMU fan favorites,” said Javy Pagan, TCMU programs manager.
January is National Mentoring Month, and this year mentoring has changed significantly.
The need to preserve green space, outdoor recreation, wildlife and agriculture is pressing. Is Greenville County up to the challenge?
We must act to protect Greenville’s heritage trees from the adverse effects of new construction as well as old age.
Picture a drab downtown with several boarded-up storefronts lining a lethargic Main Street.
“Sometimes it’s hard to explain to people what they are exactly, because they really look real and all have their own unique fragrance,” Julia Krylova said.