Greenville Drive

Greenville Drive partners to offer English classes to Spanish-speaking players

The Greenville Drive is teaming up with the Greenville Literacy Association to offer Spanish-speaking players English classes.

Op-Ed: Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Night at Fluor Field draws attention to opportunities

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.

Baseball: Life in the minors

The bright lights and big cities of major league baseball are a long way from Greenville’s Fluor Field.

Greenville Drive’s Unity Park contribution to restore Mayberry Park

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.

Trolley ridership is down, Greenlink recommends changes

When Greenlink added two trolley routes to neighborhoods close to downtown, ridership was expected to go up. That’s not what happened.

Two Carolinas will unite when Panthers visit Fluor Field

The Carolina Panthers are coming to Fluor Field on Thursday night —…

Greenville pro soccer team unveils name, colors

Greenville Triumph will be the Upstate’s most recent venture into the world of professional soccer, nearly two decades after two of the city’s former professional soccer teams, the Greenville Lions and the South Carolina Shamrocks, folded from low profits.

Wells Fargo Red, White and Blue festival moving to Greenville’s West End

Greenville’s growth has impacted the city’s Wells Fargo Red, White and Blue Festival, the city’s annual Independence Day celebration. This year, the July 4 festival will be held in the West End.

Small Plates with Ariel Turner

13 Stripes Brewery in Taylors Mill celebrates its first anniversary and big things are happening with the Village Grind, GB&D, and a new nitro-ice cream shop called Carol’s.

Small Plates with Ariel Turner

Travelers Rest here… …And so will diners, with two more new TR…

Former minor league shortstop Iggy Suarez ready for new job as Drive manager

The New York native spent more than a decade on the diamond as a minor league infielder and worked his way up the Boston Red Sox coaching ladder after retirement. Now he’s looking to mold the Greenville Drive’s young ball players into potential major leaguers. 

North Greenville U. plans multi-phase baseball complex

North Greenville University’s new baseball complex will eventually include a new stadium and new residential space.

Greenville Drive wins Minor League Baseball’s highest honor

The Greenville Drive has won Minor League Baseball’s highest honor,  the John H. Johnson President’s Award that honors the complete baseball franchise.

Augusta, Village of West Greenville trolley service to end for the season

Enjoy the ride while you can.

New Augusta St., Village trolley routes to begin Thursday

Greenlink’s expanded trolley service to Augusta Street and the Village of West Greenville will begin Aug. 3.