The project is a part of a larger transformation of the West End into a vibrant entertainment district, Mayor Knox White said
Showing a strong vote of confidence, the HVAC company Waldrop has just signed on to become the official HVAC and plumbing provider for the Drive
What’s next for the Greenville Drive and Fluor Field?
Greenville Drive confirmed its 2020 season is officially canceled as Minor League Baseball canceled the season for all teams nationwide.
The Greenville Drive recently donated $5,000 from its “Safe at Home” T-shirt initiative to the United Way of Greenville County’s COVID-19 Community Relief Fund. Since the inception of the program…
Nearly 15 years after fans first streamed through the gates of Fluor Field to watch the Greenville Drive’s opening pitch, the ballpark has become a regional symbol of rebirth and growth.
Although Columbia’s minor league baseball team, the Fireflies, could face an uncertain future with Major League Baseball’s proposition to cut 40 teams, Greenville Drive appears to be safe. According to…
The free, Nov. 10 event will feature the Warbirds Flyover Team, a concert by country star Darryl Worley, a keynote from Lieutenant Governor Pamela Evette and more.
Reading All-Stars promotes the importance of reading to students across the Upstate using baseball, fun and player mentoring.
The Greenville Drive is teaming up with the Greenville Literacy Association to offer Spanish-speaking players English classes.
As our community often does when a problem emerges, we have come together to find a solution. The Upstate’s prosperity and long-term success are at stake.
The bright lights and big cities of major league baseball are a long way from Greenville’s Fluor Field.
Greenville Drive owner Craig Brown and wife, Vicki, recently announced a contribution to Greenville's Unity Park. The gift will help restore and preserve the Mayberry Park, which was built in 1927 for the African-American residents of the Southernside neighborhood.
When Greenlink added two trolley routes to neighborhoods close to downtown, ridership was expected to go up. That's not what happened.
The Carolina Panthers are coming to Fluor Field on Thursday night — and of course Sir Purr is coming with them. As part of their “Two States. One Team.” tour,…