Community Foundation gift honors their wishes to assist families in crisis While they were living, J.C. and Dorothy Frazier served their country in the U.S. Navy during World War II,…
The NESS Fest, a new, two-day health and lifestyle festival, will run Oct. 20-21 at Fluor Field to promote healthy living via local fitness, wellness, and nutrition experts. Dozens of…
The state's annual Point-in-Time (PIT) Count, a census of the area homeless population, ended earlier this week, although final numbers will not be available until May 1.
Greenville has directly invested millions of tax dollars in infrastructure improvements, not only in SENs but all over the city in the past 20 years.
Women striving to break free from human trafficking, prostitution and addiction need acceptance and a safe place to recover from the trauma of life on the streets.
"I'm really concerned about what I'm thinking will be a tidal wave of potential evictions." - Meghan Barp, CEO of United Way of Greenville County.
The Greenville Journal is committed to telling the stories of the people and places that shaped our city. This month we look at the impact of the Mickel and Daniel families.
The importance of investing in young children and supporting their families is timeless. As the Governor Richard Riley Sculpture declares, “Education Really Matters.”
“My first student in crisis was a single mother with five kids and one on the way who was struggling to stay in a nursing program." - LeAundrea Robinson
Last year, GTC President Dr. Keith Miller, created the “President’s Commission on Persistence and Retention” to address the urgent issue of keeping students in class.
More than 100 students stopped by Greenville Technical College's Caring Corner last fall and spring for food and basic needs.
Arrington started early in the business world, and before his 21st birthday was treasurer of one of the first cotton mills in the South, Old Dominion Cotton Mills.
The “Big Break: Warrior Edition” charity golf tournament, held in conjunction with the BMW Pro-Am at The Reserve at Lake Keowee, raised $44,475 for Upstate Warrior Solution on Wednesday.