Downtown comes alive every Thursday evening with an outdoor street party featuring live musical entertainment with varied sounds including rock, blues, funk and cover bands.
Due to the scope of the FY2015-16 budget and the number of high-profile projects that it includes, Greenville City has provided the Citizens’ Guide to the Budget.
Kadarron “KD” Anderson wasn’t your typical Furman football player. For one thing, he was really, really good — first-team All-America good.
The Greenville Drive and Charleston RiverDogs closed out the latest series of the Battle of the Palmetto State presented by Spinx with a doubleheader on Monday night at Fluor Field.
On July 3rd from 11:00 am to 4:30 pm, Fiction Addiction will celebrate the underdog writers… the mavericks and the believers!
If your vehicle is manufactured by BMW, Chrysler, Daimler Trucks, Ford, General Motors, Honda, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Subaru, or Toyota, you may be affected by a recall on airbags.
Following a first half that saw an attempt at a Southern Division title come up just shy, the Greenville Drive are reloading as the second half begins.
Clemson University researchers are teaming with Greenville Health System, Upstate Warrior Solution, and Veterans Administration professionals to advance an innovative collaboration to bring peace and stability to the lives of combat veterans.
Greenville City has received $2.1 million in Neighborhood Initiative Program funding from the SC State Housing Finance and Development Authority. The funds will be used to acquire vacant and blighted properties in the City’s Special Emphasis Neighborhoods.
Hughes Middle Academy of Science and Technology has been awarded a 2015 TECHFIT grant for professional development that will enable teachers to create technology-based fitness games for students.
While leftovers can make quick and tasty meals, it’s important to remember to refrigerate them promptly and reheat properly. You can help keep your family safe from food poisoning at home by following basic guidelines from the USDA.
The Draper Wildlife Management Area (WMA) in York County is expecting another full bloom with acres of gorgeous sunflowers in late-June and early-July. The area is open during daylight hours year-round and admission and parking are free.