With the weight of an unprecedented year on our collective shoulders, this February is not just another Black History Month.
Here are some tips for those interested in transportation and mobility in our community
The great thinker and doer Rabbi Abraham Heschel once said, “I asked for wonder.”
At Greenville Technical College, 56% of our students experienced at least one form of basic needs insecurity last year.
We must act to protect Greenville’s heritage trees from the adverse effects of new construction as well as old age.
Stewart Spinks, founder of Spinx, is a cancer survivor who knows the importance of research.
The arrival of COVID-19 in March compounded existing challenges and dramatically raised the level of need in Greenville County.
Since our initial meeting in August, the commission has been focused on educating ourselves, having hard conversations and building consensus on the way forward.
The question I ask myself, though, is: Will I do it again? It was a long day, and a long process to get certified. The chances are I will because I learned so much and want to apply that to future elections.
Since 2004, over 620,000 visits have been recorded in the various studios, and over $3.8 million in art has been sold.
In the United States we are approaching more than 10 million documented cases of COVID-19 and 240,000 related deaths.
March 13, 2020. Seemed like any other Friday, everyone was ready to get out the doors of Mauldin High and start the weekend.
William Herlong - In 2020, I decided to do something new. I decided to become a poll worker.
It’s a time for schools, parents, youth organizations and communities to come together to celebrate substance-free youth.
A global pandemic has taken its toll on the health, economy and social fiber of our community.