In addition to takeout and delivery, many of Greenville’s restaurants have reopened for indoor and outdoor dining!
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The new 185-space paved parking lot in Unity Park is now open. Visitors can access the new parking lot via Nassau Street.
Proud Mary Theatre Company is pleased to launch its #BlackQueerLivesMatter Series with Stuck by Atlanta playwright Paris Crayton III, streaming January 29-31, 2021.
Silver Airways has announced plans to offer new nonstop service from Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport to Orlando, FL (MCO), Tampa, FL (TPA) and Jacksonville, FL (JAX).
Through an array of state, federal, and private partnerships, the Clemson Extension Agribusiness team has launched a comprehensive, one-stop shop to provide expertise in a variety of areas for South Carolina start-ups.
The Flying Squirrel Outdoor Challenge is Conserving Carolina’s newest outdoor challenge, starting in January 2021 and springboarding off the success of the previous White Squirrel Hiking Challenge 5.
Greenlink and representatives from the Greenville Literacy Association and M. Judson Booksellers recently unveiled a new Free Little Library inside the Greenlink Transit Center.
IRS Free File – online tax preparation products available at no charge – is now available, giving taxpayers an early opportunity to claim credits like the Recovery Rebate Credit and other deductions.
Winter, with its cold weather and long nights, is not always considered the ideal time for family activities. You might even be tempted to huddle up inside and wait for spring to come.
Since Matthew Baumgardner’s death in 2018, the estate of the visual artist has worked with Furman University to create an opportunity for students to learn about Baumgardner’s life and work.
The American Red Cross and the NFL are partnering this January, during National Blood Donor Month, to urge individuals – especially those who have recovered from COVID-19 – to give blood and to help tackle the national convalescent plasma shortage.
The passage of the SC Energy Freedom Act means big opportunities for the future of solar energy in South Carolina. Through the provisions in this legislation, more homeowners and businesses will be able to take advantage of this renewable and clean energy source.