Throughout the last decade, Spinx has raised more than $3.5 million for the March of Dimes.
New face-scanning technology is coming to Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport to allow for speedier entry to gates.
The McClaren Medical Shelter was a lifeline for Greenville's Black community during the Jim Crow era and will finally get its recognition.
Greenville landscape architect Holley Owings led a team that is helping to preserve tens of thousands of acres of untouched land.
Greenville City Council approved several measures, including two building projects that fall under the Bailey Bill and adding 3 new SROs.
Local hospitals warn they are facing an urgent need, as they will soon be operating on only a 2-day to 3-day supply of blood.
"Forever in our hearts until we meet again, cherished memories, known as our son, brother, father, papa, uncle, friend, & cousin."
“This project goes to the heart of why the guild exists,” said Greenville Woodworkers Guild President Joe Boyd.
Windy City Burgers will open at 12 E. Coffee St. on June 28. Its menu includes 10 burgers and five specialty fries.
Some voters heading to the polls for the Republican and Democratic primary runoff election on June 28 will see a change in their polling place.
William Brown shares a few helpful components of "active listening" and how it can help solve misunderstandings in daily life.
Working together with a clear-eyed view of the problems facing racial equity is key to growth, argues Stacey Mills.
The project straddles two distinct challenges: maintaining the unique character of the Village and meeting the need for more housing density.
Court Square on Greenville’s Main Street began as the historic center of the village and remains the historic heart of the city today.
For most of the past 21 years, Trey Williamson has spent time either working as a pilot or participating in flight training.