Local architects took a look back when drafting new plans for the Greenville State Farmers Market. Here’s what’s new.
Welcome your fellow Gamecocks to Greenville for the women’s basketball tournament March 6-10 at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena.
This entertainment district would take over the old Greenville Memorial Auditorium site near Bon Secours Wellness Arena.
Revisions have been made to the ongoing Augusta Street Safety Improvement Plan after the public meeting in February.
We’re sharing four tips from The Reedy River Water Quality Group that locals can implement this spring to help prevent damage to water and wildlife.
The Greenville County paving crews are hitting the streets to give Greenvillians a smoother ride.
School Food Rocks — a local food-service consultant company — is the newest tenant of the Landmark Building
School Food Rocks founder Joe Urban signed a lease for 2,000 sqft of the Landmark Building for its new headquarters.
The Moveville challenge is helping move the Upstate, one step at a time.
Here’s a fun way to fill your child’s summer schedule.
National Catholic Schools Week is an annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States, now entering its 49th anniversary year.
Created by friends who met on the set of “The Walking Dead,” Nic & Norman’s is a Southern-inspired restaurant with a speakeasy vibe.
Earn professional certifications, enroll kids in youth programs, and even take personal interest courses (including a Taylor Swift class 👀).
This electric vehicle manufacturer is building its first SC facility in Greenville county, and plans to open early this year.
According to Greer, “Chemistry for Cooks” is a textbook, but is accessible to the general reader and will “change the way you think about cooking.”
We asked, you delivered. Here’s what you want to see go in the closed Reid’s Fine Foods location in Greenville.
Let’s get educated on the dangers of flushing those ever-so-handy “flushable” wipes — and what to do instead — with insight from the Reedy River Water Quality Group.
The Greenville Homeless Alliance asked local artist Ninja Picasso to create “Seen-Heard-Valued,” a mural that “depicts stories of hope from people who have experienced homelessness in the city.”
In order to provide this affordable housing in Greenville, the property needs to be rezoned to a “flexible review district.”
If you’re looking for a recipient for your end-of-the-year giving, consider a contribution to ACH to support developmentally-challenged children and their families.
The Cultural Corridor will improve roadways for drivers while also improving pedestrian connectivity in Downtown Greenville.
Kidding Around Greenville and Greenville Bike Taxi have teamed up for a festive pedicab tour in Greenville.
The $500,000 in funding from the Corridor Identification and Development Program will further study routes between Charlotte and Atlanta, which includes stops in Greenville.
Author Holly Nunn is giving back to the Greenville community with her book, “The Lovely Adventures of Lulu”
“The Lovely Adventures of Lulu” chronicles the traveling adventures of Lulu, a 9-year-old pup. A portion of the proceeds from the book will go to the Greenville Humane Society.
Nothing says Christmas Cheer like a feel-good story of neighbors lifting each other’s spirits, and that’s what fueled the army of giant inflatable Santas lining Earle Street.