Ask the Fool: Fannie and Freddie Q. What are “Fannie Mae” and “Freddie Mac”? — S.D., Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania A. Those nicknames represent the Federal National Mortgage Association and the Federal…
When the show’s over, Little Lesley Swift will say goodbye to both the Upstate and the music business in general.
The only call center serving the whole state lacks adequate funding as new 988 suicide prevention line is set to go live next month.
Dennis Chastain remembers a worldly mountain man and his magical ability to create beauty from a small stick of ivy.
Here's a recap of Greer City Council's June 14 meeting.
Here's a recap of Simpsonville City Council's June 14 meeting.
Greenville's Unity Park Splash Pad will have to be closed for warranty repairs from June 20 to Fourth of July weekend.
The complete results, though unofficial, are in from area primary elections held June 14 across the county.
The Metropolitan Arts Council has selected its winners for its 2022 Flat Out Under Pressure (FOUP) exhibition and marketing competition.
In an effort to better educate the world about the human reproductive system, the “intimate wellness brand” Intimina has introduced Period Crunch, a breakfast cereal with uterus-shaped, raspberry-flavored pieces that…
What's the secret to Pebbles' long life? A steady diet of pizza, ribs, chicken and lots love, according to owners Bobby and Julie Gregory.
The contentious debate the Greenville City Council saw over the funding of Unity Park's Honor Tower has been largely settled.
Clemson University's Wood Utilization + Design Institute received $2 million for an endowed directorship to continue its work.
The ForeverGreen Luncheon celebrates individuals and organizations in the field of conservation and sustainable growth.
Destiny Macon, a writer and director based in Greenville, is a finalist for the American Black Film Festival’s annual HBO Short Film Award.