The first-ever “Mr. and Ms. August” campaign will take place throughout the month of August and leverage community leaders to boost donations in a fun way during one of the worst months for blood donor turnout.
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Local news for the Greenville and Upstate area, including updates on the Greenville Drive, local beer, and local food.
The one and only Nat Zegree returns to The Rock to whisk audiences away on an all-new musical journey through the history and triumphs of music from Mozart to today’s current hits.
Greenville City Council recently voted to approve an additional $774,081 for the Cleveland Connector, which will provide direct access from the existing Swamp Rabbit Trail to the new Laurens Road Green Line Extension.
In a new comprehensive literature review, researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory discovered that alternatives to recycling may have untapped potential to build an effective circular economy for solar photovoltaic and battery technologies.
Clemson University is writing a new chapter on what could be the nation’s most unique farm.
Greenville County Schools is excited to announce the ARMES program will expand this school year by establishing sites in the northern and southern areas of the district and by adding an additional music pathway.
August is here, which means that it’s time to take care of a few things in the garden. Don’t worry, follow these tips and you’ll be right as rain.
The Greenville Zoo will use $1 million in state funds awarded to the Greenville Zoo Foundation to upgrade, renovate, and expand five animal exhibits.
BMW continues to deliver on the promise to provide engaging and innovative electromobility solutions with the latest addition to the fully-electric BMW i4 range, the new BMW i4 eDrive35.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control is celebrating National Breastfeeding Month by sharing the benefits of breastfeeding and encouraging expectant mothers to speak with their doctors to make sure it is an effective choice for them and their infant children.
The Greenville-Spartanburg Airport Commission recently voted to further explore the potential development of an automated transit network at GSP.
“South Carolina is a destination state and expanding our EV infrastructure is a must for both visitors and locals who drive electric vehicles, so that they can enjoy all this beautiful state has to offer,” said Jimmy Staton, Santee Cooper President and CEO.