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First look: New Unity Park tower renderings

The new renderings of the Unity Park observation tower show the structure is slightly shorter than originally planned – it’s 80 feet tall as...

The GJ rundown: What did you miss this week?

Every Friday we are sharing the top stories of the week you may have missed. Do you have one to share? Contact us via...

In Our Community: Mauldin fun, tuition grants, and more

SUMMER FUN Summer evenings of food, music, and fun at the Mauldin Cultural Center The Mauldin Cultural Center celebrates summer with the Beachin’ Fridays music series...

Trail Blazer teaches survival, wilderness skills for kids, adults

If you want to learn anything survival related — from how to tie a knot and build a fire to how to procure water and build shelters — the Upstate’s Trail Blazer Survival School can teach you just that.

Public invited to Greenville Juneteenth celebration

The 212 Community Development Corp. is inviting the public to partake in its Juneteenth Celebration Festival from 2-6 p.m. June 22 at Kimbrell’s Furniture...

In Our Community: $10,000 grant, Presidential Scholar, and literacy award

GRANT Meals on Wheels of Greenville receives grant from Bank of America Meals on Wheels of Greenville recently received a $10,000 grant from Bank of America. The...

Meet the human face behind Greenville’s cafe of 23 cats

Crazy cat lady may be an understatement. With 23 resident cats at her cafe and two cats at her home, Jennifer Bronzel cares for feline fur babies before, during, and after work.

Reader photos: 2019 graduation season

It’s graduation season! We’d love to share your photos of your accomplishment on social media and GreenvilleJournal.com. Make sure you have copyright permission to...

House Hunters to air Greenville couple’s home search June 4

HGTV's House Hunters will air Greenville couple Ross and Kara Kistler's home search with Parker Group Real Estate's Robert Boozer. The episode includes stops at...

Young students write their own ‘Elephant & Piggie’ books for SCCT...

The South Carolina Children's Theatre held a writing contest for local K5-sixth graders to create their very own Elephant & Piggie books inspired by children's author Mo Willems.

In Our Community: Book sale, cooking contest, and more

BOOKS GLA announces 18th Really Good, Really Big, Really Cheap Book Sale Greenville Literacy Association will hold its 18th annual Really Good, Really Big, Really Cheap...

Photos: BlueCross BlueShield “Live Fearless” playground ribbon cutting at Fluor Field

The Greenville Drive hosted a ribbon cutting Thursday evening before their game for the BlueCross BlueShield "Live Fearless" playground.

Pecknel music offers summer camps for young, old alike

From ukulele and piano to oboe and cello, you can learn how to play it at Pecknel Music of Greenville — no matter your age or experience level.

Photos | Take Flight 5K

Runners and walkers participated in the Take Flight 5K Saturday morning. The 5K run/walk raised money for Runway Park at Greenville Downtown Airport. Prior...

Photos | Freedom Flyer 5K

The Freedom Flyer 5K, presented by Greenville Track Club, was held on Memorial Day. The 5K course started and finished at the Kroc Center....

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