“The President’s Own” United States Marine Band will perform on Thursday, October 27th at 7:30 pm at Mauldin High School. Admission is free, but registration is required.
National Energy Action Month calls on Americans to work together to achieve greater energy security, a more robust economy, and a healthier environment for our children.
Get hooked on fishing Saturday, Oct. 29th at a free tournament that’s just for kids. You and the 16-and-under anglers you know are invited to the third annual Reel ‘Em In fishing tournament at the Mount Pleasant Pier.
The Greenville Police Department and the Upstate Mediation Center are launching a new Community Police Mediation Program that is designed to provide an alternative forum for resolving certain types of citizen complaints.
Line dance with Greenville every Tuesday from 6:15 pm to 8:00 pm at Sears Recreation Center in McPherson Park (corner of N Main & E Park).
Female leaders from across the country will gather at Clemson University for the American Council on Education (ACE) Regional Leadership Forum.
Halloween is almost here, but you don’t have to wait until October 31st to find your thrill. Greenville has no shortage of terror trails, festive street fairs and haunted houses to explore.
Holroyd Precision Components is establishing its first U.S. manufacturing operations — Holroyd Precision Rotors, Inc. — in Spartanburg County. The $12.5 million investment is expected to create 23 new jobs.
Mayor Knox White has proclaimed October as “Try Transit Month” in the city of Greenville and Greenlink has a full schedule of events designed to raise awareness of the economic and environmental benefits of public transit.
International Mold Corporation (IMC), a Michigan-based aluminum design and build company, is establishing a new manufacturing operation in the Upstate. The project is expected to bring $6.2 million in new investment and create 60 new jobs.
Halloween is full of fun things for you and your family to enjoy, but it’s one of those holidays that is enjoyed more by people than by pets.
As the nation marks the annual National Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, the American Cancer Society is encouraging women to fight breast cancer by taking charge of their personal breast health and supporting efforts against the disease.