A historic landmark in Greenville, saved from demolition and transferred from its original location, has been restored and its legacy preserved.
A rare Civil War artifact was donated this week to the Museum and Library of Confederate History in Greenville. The item is an 1855 engraved British cavalry saber gifted more than 150 years ago as a presentation sword to Confederate General John Hunt Morgan from his men. Will Hines, 23, a recent graduate of Clemson […]
The game of golf in Greenville was not born so much as it was made, by men of action and men of foresight.
The South Carolina Archives and History Center recognized the Municipal Cemetery on Park Drive as a significant part of Simpsonville’s history by awarding it a South Carolina Historical Marker.
At age 100, U.S. Air Force and World War II veteran Kenneth Frasher will spend Memorial Day engaged in regular daily activities: He’ll make breakfast, tidy the house, watch the History Channel, and, at lunchtime, visit his 89-year-old girlfriend.
Two Holocaust survivors – Norbert and Gerda Bikales – will tell their stories, sign books and advance their mission of education and remembrance at several upstate locations next week.
Bill Wilkerson, a retired airline pilot and Tennessee Aviation Hall of Famer, recently donated his 1952 Cessna 195 plane to Greenville Tech’s Aircraft Maintenance Technology program.