The formation of the Greenville Central Area Partnership under the leadership of Bob Bainbridge proved to be an instrumental organization for bringing new ideas, plans and events for pushing progress forward.
The company is devoting $5 million to reach an estimated 3,500 students in the Greenville area.
Note: Information updated Oct. 14 As of Oct. 12, there are 225 – down from 399 as of Sept. 28 — people hospitalized with COVID-19 within the 11 Prisma Health…
Share the Magic made the announcement on social media, and a check-presentation ceremony will be held in the coming weeks.
Mandy Elmore realized early in her career as an engineer that part of her responsibility to the profession was to share her love of engineering, math and science with the…
Even the most kid-friendly hospitals can be a bit frightening, so hospital administrator Bill Munley and his team came up with a way to make the journey a bit easier.
How, in the midst of these tragedies, can we make ourselves the very gold of truth?
With the Nov. 2 elections quickly approaching, many Greenvillians may be wondering what absentee voting looks like after the 2020 election.
Here's a recap of Greer City Council's Oct. 12 meeting.
With the conclusion of 11 public meetings across the state earlier this month, members of the S.C. House of Representatives will join their colleagues in the Senate to begin drawing…
The candidates for the open seat said they don't want a split vote and instead are urging support for Aaron Rupe over the only other remaining candidate, Mike Giordano.
Here's a recap of Simpsonville City Council's Oct. 12 meeting.
Students could land careers like instructional designers, trainers, analysts, program evaluators, program managers and human resource generalists.
Greenville leaders agree unchecked sprawl of Atlanta is a fate to avoid
In honor of Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day, the Cancer Survivors Park's Beacon of Hope Spire will be lit with teal, pink and green spotlights.