Furman University’s Riley Institute and Department of Politics and International Affairs will present a two-day symposium on national security and civil liberties Monday, April 10 and Tuesday, April 11.
Celebrate downtown development with a new interactive story map, charting the four decades of development that made Greenville what it is today.
The Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers that they still have time to contribute to an IRA for 2016 and, in many cases, qualify for a deduction or even a tax credit.
Greenville Little Theatre presents this hilarious political comedy by David C. Hyer beginning April 7th. Tickets are now on sale.
The 2017 season at Fluor Field gets underway in just three weeks, and it marks the beginning of a new era at Fluor Field.
Experience Friends of the Smokies’ Classic Hike to Big Creek on Tuesday, April 11th in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
In her first week on the job, Mary Frances Dennis, Furman University class of 2018, was sitting with a physician and an administrative assistant, helping them complete an affidavit that would allow a patient’s case to proceed to court.
The city of Greenville is situated on land that was once Cherokee hunting ground. Around 1770, Richard Pearis, an Indian trader from Virginia who was living with a chief’s daughter, received about 100,000 acres of hunting lands from the Cherokees.
The largest industry in South Carolina is agriculture, followed by tourism. So combining the two makes sense — and cents.
Monarch Elementary School has earned one of South Carolina’s highest achievements with the receipt of the 2017 Palmetto’s Finest Schools Award.
Bring your girlfriends to Fiction Addiction on Thursday, March 30th at 7:00 pm to have a margarita made with Troy & Sons Platinum Moonshine and hear a talk by Troylyn Ball.
Turning on a small reading lamp by your bed is as easy as flipping a switch. But, the electricity that powers your tiny light starts miles and miles away.