The Greenville Modern Widows Club helps women move forward and navigate life after the loss of a partner

“Inclusiveness is where the trust and belonging and opportunity comes from. It’s not about what you believe. It’s about that we all have one thing in common: We’ve lost the person who we love. The judgment stops there.”

Combating loneliness at Christmas time

Miss Dottie is 102 years old. She has 14 children, 44 grandchildren, 40 great-grandchildren and 11 great-great-grandchildren. At Christmas, she’s never alone.

How to protect children from furniture tip-over accidents

September is Baby Safety Month, a great time to remember that furniture-related accidents are 100 percent preventable and can be avoided by anchoring heavy dressers, bookcases, TVs and other large furniture to walls.

Reaching Nirvana: Our picks for Euphoria 2016

The four-day food, wine and music fest runs Sept. 22-25 in downtown…

5 reasons to send the kids to summer camp

YMCA campers gain new experiences, develop essential social skills and create lifelong friendships, while enjoying camp adventures along the way.

Caine Halter Family YMCA dedicates Spirit Center

The Spirit Center and Amphitheater overlooks the Reedy River and enhances the YMCA’s delivery of quality youth and educational programs, as well as special events.

Say uncle

I have a mob of nieces and nephews. They are all good young people who have behaved and done well as far as I know. But they are unfortunate in one regard: They have only one uncle – yours truly.

National spanking study sparks questions for parents

Do modern-day parents really still spank their children?