The beloved Christmas movie comes to life as Greenville Little Theatre presents this delightful stage adaptation which features Ralphie’s quest for that Red Ryder BB gun. We “triple-dog-dare you” to join us for this Christmas classic!
Meals on Wheels of Greenville welcomed the team from Fairway Subaru as volunteers earlier in December. The group packaged 1,500 hot meals for homebound neighbors, as well as an additional 200 to be frozen and distributed before the upcoming Christmas holiday.
The Greenville Drive working in partnership with Upward Sports and North Greenville University, are proud to present the “Battle at the Star” at the Upward Sports Star Center on Saturday, January 3rd.
Game week for the 78th Annual Shrine Bowl concludes with the December 20th game at Gibbs Stadium.
Furman University has been selected as the host site for the American Mock Trial Association (AMTA) National Championship tournament that will take place in April 2016.
The Holiday Lights Safari Benefit is an award-winning event and the most exciting seasonal attraction in the Upstate of South Carolina which runs nightly through January 3, 2015 (including all holidays).
As the song goes, it’s “the most wonderful time of the year.” But what most Americans don’t realize is that the holiday season is also one of the most challenging times of the year for the environment, generating wasted energy, added pollutants and …
‘Tis the season to be jolly! Come spend your morning at The Children’s Museum of the Upstate with the jolliest elf of all, Santa Claus.
Diabetes is a chronic (long-term) disease. When you have diabetes, there is too much sugar (called glucose) in your blood. There is more than one type of diabetes, but type 2 diabetes is the most common.
Greenville Little Theatre presents this seasonal play about a second grader, Pepper McGee, who’s having a tough Christmas season. It’s hard to hang on to your Christmas spirit when a new baby sister takes everyone’s attention.
The S.C. Department of Natural Resources’ first fisheries habitat improvement project on Lake Hartwell resulting from the Twelve Mile Creek PCB settlement is underway at Cherry Crossing cove adjacent to their Clemson office.
As the holiday season marches ahead, so does toy shopping for the special children in our lives.