Outdoor fun! What to do around Greenville this month

Spring is right around the corner, which means it’s almost time to…

George Hincapie, Jimmie Johnson confirmed for Assault on Mt. Mitchell

The 42nd Annual Assault on Mt. Mitchell presented by Greenville Health System will feature some famous faces.

Continental Affair

A globally infused outdoor ceremony marks the nuptials of Greenville couple Kaitlin Hill and Hercules Swart in nearby Glenville, N.C.

Why don’t we have a downtown dog park?

As the influx of apartments and mixed-use developments continues downtown, many residents may be wondering about the absence of a specific amenity in the city’s center: a dog park.

Upstate groups work to bring back South Carolina’s only native trout

The Southern Appalachian brook trout is making a comeback thanks to a coalition of Upstate conservation groups and government agencies.

With TreeHugger Customs, Matt McClain has branched out from backyard treehouses

As a child, Matt McClain helped his grandfather work on his farm, a vast 2,000-acre property in central Missouri.

Silencing the Song Dogs

South Carolina has launched a predator control program to reduce the coyote population.

Never underestimate the power of parks to revitalize an area

Within two years of Falls Park opening, $150 million in private investment was made in the West End and, just like that, an area that had seen just a fraction of the activity of upper Main Street began to come alive.

Making City Park more accessible for nearby residents

Accessibility — it’s one of the biggest challenges that consultants hired to come up with the final plan for the proposed City Park in Greenville’s west side faced when they sketched out their ideas.

Get Out! Greenville returns Oct. 1

Get Out! Greenville, the festival that celebrates all things outdoors in Greenville County, will be held Oct. 1, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., at Conestee Park.

Greenville to use county rec money for neighborhood parks

Agreement will mean more than a half-million dollars to city

The birds, the bees – and the goats

Backyard farmers are milking profits from urban animals

Muddy Sneakers brings energy back to learning

Muddy Sneakers brings students a hands-on experience outside of the classroom and promotes the idea of focusing on the local and what’s happening in your backyard as opposed to the exotic.

Work to begin on second phase of Cancer Survivors Park

City gives initial approval to matching $250,000 private gift

Work to extend Swamp Rabbit Trail moving forward

County to put rail removal out to bid, engineers studying bridges