Greenville is one vote away from banning flags, banners or signs from city parking garages.
The next time Greenville hosts the NCAA basketball tournament, there won’t be a giant Confederate flag flying from the top deck of the city’s Church Street parking garage — or any other kind of flag, banner or sign.
Four finalists have been chosen by the city of Greenville for a piece of public art it is commissioning to replace the Shoeless Joe Jackson statue in the West End Plaza.
The Republican congressman told Attorney General Jeff Sessions he would “not be the right person” to replace former director James Comey.
“Russia didn’t change the outcome of the election but they sure as hell tried.”
Virtual Dementia Tour simulates the challenges a dementia patient experiences in doing everyday things.
For 18 years, Greenville’s Gillaine and Charles Warne have grown food and taught sustainable agriculture practices in Haiti to eliminate malnutrition.
Furman University has been awarded a four-year, $497,183 grant from the Sherman Fairchild Foundation to purchase microscopes and more.
In popular perception, eating disorders most commonly affect female adolescents and young women, but the mental illness’ victims are far more wide-ranging.
In rural Greenville and Upstate areas where a car crash victim might bleed out before reaching the nearest trauma center, there are rescuers on wings, swooping in to save lives. Pilots, paramedics, and nurses rescue hundreds of people each year with the Greenville Health System’s MedTrans helicopter and AirMed Regional fixed-wing medical plane EMS programs. The […]
“We don’t need a replicate of CMI. What we need is a facility that is similar to CMI in other areas of innovation.”
Solar panels installed at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School will provide the school with clean power and educate students in renewable energy.
“This is a seminal moment in the university’s history.”
One of the keys to successful people is they like to read, and they read things beyond what they need to read to make a living.
Prescribed burning is a practice that involves removing understory brush that can go up in flames during a drought.
Upstate Forever won’t challenge the state’s approval of a 55-mile natural gas pipeline that will run through hundreds of properties in Spartanburg County to the Lowcountry.
Students are on a mission to help the planet by transforming food waste into soil.
The expansion will provide a corridor of protected properties from the North Carolina state line to Oak Grove Road in northern Greenville County.
While QuikTrip has dropped its plan to build a convenience store in the Nicholtown community on Laurens Road, construction has started on a new store on another one of the gateways to downtown.
At least six outside developers — some of whom do business across the country — have expressed an interest in the prominent county-owned property, nearly 38 acres of high ground next to Falls Park.
Southern Investment & Development proposes 18 townhomes on West Stone Avenue, one block west of Main Street. Revised plans include central courtyard, ‘pedestrian-friendly’ feel, according to city officials.
Harris Teeter said in December 2014 it was re-entering the Upstate market with a new Lewis Plaza store. At site recently, however, no construction crews were working and just one wall had been erected.
EP+CO, Israeli startups, James Fallows, and your dog’s next vacation spot — all covered in this week’s Upstate Business Journal.
Former execs fined more than $55,000 without admitting wrongdoing. Feds cite excessive spending and “reckless unsafe or unsound practices.”
NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series racer Danica Patrick will display Spartanburg-based short-term lender’s logo on her helmet during the 2017 season and will be a prominent fixture in the company’s marketing efforts.