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The Palmetto Bowl returns to Memorial Stadium this weekend.
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Greenvillians are invited to learn and network at the free event, hosted by The Hill Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Furman University and the City of Greenville.
Dust off your skates. We’re jumping + twirling into the holiday season with a Greenville tradition.
The National Sandwich Day celebration was a way for members of the hospitality community to give back + honor a Greenville Sandwich legend.
Upstate Pride Week features events for all ages throughout the week ⁠— from art and literature, to music and performance, and movies.
We’re breaking down Fall for Greenville by the numbers
The program is a partnership between Bon Secours St. Francis, the Swamp Rabbits hockey team, and Gerber Childrenswear.
“‘Home of the X’ is also becoming the ‘Home of the Battery Electric Vehicle’,” said Oliver Zipse, BMW Group Chairman of the Board of Management.
The new residential facility, slated to open in January 2024, will provide housing to adults experiencing chronic homelessness.
Meet J. Drew Lanham, one of 25 recipients of 2022’s MacArthur prize.
BridgeWay Station’s newest tenant will feature The Public House + five casual food concepts.
Greenville Technical College, Prisma Health + state leaders, including Governor Henry McMaster, gathered to for the groundbreaking of Barton Campus’ future “dynamic learning commons.”
Everything you need to know about voter registration, polling locations, early voting + absentee voting in Greenville County.
In queso you didn’t know, Greenville’s taco joints are spec-taco-lar + now you can earn prizes for eating tacos. Count us in. 🌮
Before we dust off our Halloween costumes + ring in October, we’re here to pay homage to the best things we saw this September.
Ian is expected to make a second landfall Fri., Sept. 30.
In June 2021, City Council amended the upcoming year’s budget to set aside $250,000 specifically for this study.
The center will give students the opportunity to study hands-on STEM courses in a real-world setting.
It’s called “The biggest day of running in Greenville” for a reason, featuring races ranging from a 5K to a marathon.
The 1.3+ acre development will feature a mix of residential and non-residential tenants.
The restaurateur — who grew up in Greenville, SC — came home for euphoria 2022.
We’re sharing the state of Unity Park’s affordable housing, by the numbers.
A Music Project (AMP) powered by the Peace Center will bring new venues to already-existing buildings on the performing arts center’s downtown campus.
Clemson, UofSC + Furman earned spots on the annual report.
Alrinthea Carter + J. Smith-Cameron hope to bring home the hardware at the 2022 Primetime Emmy Awards.
Who’s ready for legendary brisket + honky tonk music?
We asked what you’d like to see go into the former Cook’s Station building at 659 S. Main St.
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