Furman University Theatre presents the musical If/Then Nov. 17-18 at 8:00 pm, with a matinee performance Nov. 19 at 3:00 pm.
With the holiday season quickly approaching, and so many popular shopping destinations located on Woodruff Road, the City of Greenville is again taking preventive measures to help manage traffic.
Try your skill at bagging a turkey just in time for Thanksgiving at the third annual BAMA Turkey Shoot event to be held Nov. 18th, beginning at 10:00 am, on the beautiful pondside property of David and Debbie Jones.
City Council has unanimously adopted a resolution to authorize the establishment of an independent Non-Profit Housing Trust Fund, creating a financial mechanism to support affordable housing development within the city.
Greenville Author and Pastor Beth Lindsay Templeton to Celebrate Launch of Holiday Short Story CollectionPosted on Thursday, November 16, 2017
Greenville author and pastor Beth Lindsay Templeton will be celebrating the launch of her new holiday short story collection, The Christmas Strawberry and Other Stories, at her launch party at Fiction Addiction on Dec. 4th.
Clemson University scientists researching ways to reduce water pollution and protect a rare species of fish landed grants from the South Carolina Water Resources Center.
When you think of a spa, floating in a dark pod alone for an hour probably isn’t the first thing to come to mind. However, once Kelly Caldwell experienced flotation therapy, she knew she had to bring it to Greenville.
Registration for kindergarten and first grade in Greenville County Schools will be held Monday – Thursday, December 4-7, 2017.
Going to the doctor, going to the dentist—all part of taking care of your health. But going to the eye doctor? Also important! Eye exams at every age and life stage can help keep your vision strong.
Are you ready for some magic and holiday excitement with lights, stars, and Santa? Consider a visit to Roper Mountain Holiday Lights, open Thanksgiving night through Dec. 30th.
Westrol Vein Specialists is changing the way people receive vein treatment in the Greenville area!
The City of Greenville is now accepting electronic documents rather than hard-copy building plans.