Indie Craft Parade

2019 Indie Craft Parade First Dibs Party ticket sales launch Aug. 1

This year’s 10th anniversary Indie Craft Parade runs Sept. 13-15.
Wyche Pavilion

Op-Ed: Wyche Pavilion should stay ‘open-air’ landmark

The Wyche is one of two or three landmarks within our award-winning downtown that, when pictured in a publication, is immediately recognized as being in Greenville, S.C.
Carolina Foothills Dog Show

Dogs strut for the 80th Carolina Foothills Dog Show

About 2,300 dogs of all ages and sizes wagged and trotted their way through the Greenville Convention Center.

Sponsored: Exercise is medicine

Exercise is medicine.  This statement has never been proven truer than now. Exercise is prescribed by physicians more than any drug in the marketplace.

Greenville Zoo names new giraffe

The Greenville Zoo announced Tuesday afternoon the name of the Zoo’s addition to the giraffe exhibit, born June 30. 

Community gathers for ribbon cutting at former Cleveland Park Stables

The new site plans include creating a recreation green space with walking path, rain garden, and native plant installations.

Meals on Wheels Greenville receives grant to fund Pet Food Program

Meals on Wheels Greenville delivers 1,500 meals to clients within Greenville County.

Photos: Fans gather for Carolina Panthers training camp

The Carolina Panthers kicked off their 2019 training camp this week at Wofford College in Spartanburg, S.C.

Photos: Carolina Foothills Dog Show Cluster

The GJ rundown: What did you miss this week?

Every Friday we are sharing the top stories of the week you may have missed.

The Blood Connection names new donor bus ‘Eric’ after fallen trooper

Trooper Eric Nicholson. Photo provided. The Blood Connection dedicated its newest blood…

Pendleton Place expands to help youth aging out of foster care

On July 15, Pendleton Place opened its Youth Resource Center — a facility where anyone ages 17 to 24 can drop in to do laundry, eat, take a hot shower, use the computer lab, and relax.

How one man inspired HOPE for the autism community

Project HOPE offers a lifespan of services for the autism community in South Carolina. Its unique, inclusive school, HOPE Academy, allows both neurotypical learners and children on the spectrum to learn in a mainstream environment.

Spinx golf tournament raises $106K for local charities

The Spinx Charity Classic Golf Tournament raised over $1.3 million since the…

Local author releases book chronicling critical WWII mission

Greenville author Don Kilburg’s recently published book, "Hitler’s Last Christmas," examines mission…