This is a part of our ongoing series on how the local restaurant industry is responding to the coronavirus pandemic. Check back in for the latest updates
Nonprofits are having to adjust their fundraising schedules because of COVID-19 the Cancer Survivors Park Alliance and the American Heart Association.
Haywood Mall will close until March 29 starting on Wednesday, March 18, at 7 p.m.
GSP Airport has adopted “increased sanitation efforts” in addition to its routine cleaning and disinfecting procedures
Artisphere was postponed as part of the city's response to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
The effort encourages community members to "eat local" and support small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic lockdowns
Greer Relief works to prevent hunger and homelessness in the city of Greer and surrounding areas.
Greenville Mayor Knox White said it is the first time he's used emergency powers as mayor after nearly 25 years in office.
Prisma Health will transition its Prisma Hospital North Greenville Hospital into a dedicated facility for potential or confirmed COVID-19 patients.
The announcement came just after the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control reported the state’s first death related to the covid-19 coronavirus
We will continue to update this article as we receive local retail hours of operation and closings in the Greenville, South Carolina community.
The city of Greenville is closing all city playgrounds and cancelling special events through May 10, the weekend of the downtown Artisphere festival.
Prisma Health will offer limited drive-through COVID-19 testing starting Monday.
There are lots of simple ways to support your favorite coffee shop, restaurant and bar in the coming weeks, and small, consistent gestures can contribute to an avalanche of help.
We'll be updating this list regularly, so check back for the latest