The map allows users to locate bus stops, parks, educational institutions, affordable housing, health centers, and more throughout Greenville County.
Greenville would be among the 220 cities that would lose rail passenger service if President Donald J. Trump’s proposed budget is adopted. On Friday, June 23, Greenville will be one of at least 20 cities where Rally for Trains rallies will be held in protest of Trump’s measure.
Some of the laws are already in effect, while others won’t become law for at least a month.
As Greenville has become one of the nation’s fastest-growing cities, it is working to preserve buildings of its past.
Engineering professors John Ballato and Lin Zhu have received $3.2 million from the Department of Defense to refine lasers for possible military use.
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.
University of South Carolina tuition going up; school officials call for more state support of higher ed
Students at the University of South Carolina in Columbia will pay 3.46 percent more in tuition next school year, and school officials blamed the increase on the state not contributing enough money for higher education.
The National Association of Rail Passengers has scheduled a Rally for Trains event from 10 a.m. to noon at the Greenville Amtrak Station at 1120 Washington St. to protest the White House’s proposed budget that cuts funding for long-distance passenger rail travel.
The six surviving members of NASA’s Mercury 7 mission founded the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation in 1984 to encourage students to pursue STEM careers.
“This bequest ensures that Furman students pursuing careers in teaching or the ministry will receive significant financial assistance.”
Enrollment growth slows but Greenville County Schools plan $130M for renovations, $123.6M for new schools
A slowdown in student enrollment growth has caused Greenville County Schools to delay building a new middle school and several elementary and middle school additions. But the conversion of Rudolph Gordon Elementary to a K-8 school is still planned for 2018, and a new Fountain Inn High School and addition to Summit Drive Elementary are still expected to open in 2021-22, according to the school district’s updated long-range facilities plan.
Erskine College and Bob Jones University were named first and second in Christian Universities Online’s list of most affordable Christian colleges in the South.
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.
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.
Tee Hooper’s low-key leadership, BMW in the Upstate turns 25, more fun and games on Main Street, and more.
The operating system that’s under development, known as S2OS, could make data stored and transmitted in computer and network systems more secure.
Wilkommen, bienvenue, welcome — it’s the Upstate Business Journal’s special focus on international issues.