Gilbert began his career at WYFF (then WFBC-TV) doing fill-in weather in the early 1970s before joining the station full-time as a morning and noon meteorologist in 1996.
The GVL2040 comprehensive plan will go before the City Council in February. A public hearing is scheduled for Jan. 25.
The Spring Park Inn house, with its exposed end chimney and full-width front porch, was originally built sometime before 1820 by Aquilla Bradley.
Greenville's vaccine site will be at 1 Kmart Plaza, Greenville inside the former Kmart by appointment only.
Summit Drive Elementary School third grade teacher Angelica Childes has been named Greenville County Schools’ 2020-21 Teacher of the Year, the school district announced Thursday, Sept. 24. GCS superintendent Burke…
The 15th anniversary of Greenville’s annual euphoria food festival began differently than it had in years past. And this had nothing to do with COVID-19, either. The festival, which ran…
Two teachers were recognized by Greenville County Schools as 2020-21 Emerging Teachers of the Year on Thursday, Sept. 24.
A proposed coffee shop is seeking city approval for a drive-thru right beside Fluor Field
Furman will illuminate the bell tower and Duke Library in purple, gold and white, which are the colors of the women’s suffrage movement.
A hundred years ago, the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified, giving women a voice in politics and allowing them the right to vote.
In “The Single File,” Vincent Harris takes a look at new singles released by Upstate musicians.
The companies will invest $4.5 million and anticipate adding 78 new jobs over the next five years.
These stateside restaurants bring the best of Spanish cuisine close to home
Owners are now moving forward with plans to open in late 2020
Put Down the Guns Now Young People began in 2009 after the death of a Spartanburg Methodist College student from gun violence.