Mo the giant anteater is now sharing the Greenville Zoo’s new South American Pampas exhibit with a male and a female rhea, which recently arrived from New York.
Hillcrest High School’s annual poinsettia sale, now in its eighth year, is the culmination of six to eight months of students’ hard work.
According to the National Fire Protection Association, one in every six Christmas tree fires are caused by a heating source that is too close.
Are you ready for some magic and holiday excitement filled with lights, stars, and Santa? Consider a visit to Roper Mountain Holiday Lights.
The City of Greenville has chosen Benton Blount, a recent finalist on America’s Got Talent and popular performer at City special events, to serve as the grand marshal for the annual Greenville Poinsettia Christmas Parade.
Getting your family outdoors can be as simple as opening the door to the backyard or as exciting as going camping.
The South Carolina Botanical Garden at Clemson University has been ranked 21st among the 50 most beautiful college arboretums in the nation by Best College Reviews.
We live in a closed world, blocked by objects — some solid, some symbolic, all immovable. Or so we think.
The Boston Red Sox announced their additions to the 40-man roster on Friday, and two of the three selections, left-handed pitcher Williams Jerez and right-handed pitcher Pat Light, are former members of the Greenville Drive.
Greenville County Schools students and staff have access to over four thousand ebooks and audio books through the Overdrive program.
This weekend’s Greenville Symphony Orchestra concerts are dedicated to an all-Mozart program and offer a diverse selection of some of Mozart’s best works.
Greenville’s only outdoor skating rink has officially kicked off its fifth season. United Community Bank Ice on Main will be open seven days a week, including holidays, through January 18, 2016.