Greenville author Rev. Catherine Skinner Powell will be celebrating the launch of her new book, Make Your Home in My Love, at Fiction Addiction on Saturday, February 8, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.
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The work of two Clemson University graduate students is bringing valuable new insight into the global fight to save tigers in the wild.
The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources announced the launch of a three-year Mobile Irrigation Laboratory (MIL) statewide pilot project at the 2020 SC Agribiz & Farm Expo in Florence, S.C.
Wade Hampton High School student Nadia Gomez is one of two South Carolina winners in the Next Gen Personal Finance annual PAYBACK Challenge.
The Greenville Chamber’s Minority Business Accelerator recently graduated 2019 program participants and announced the 2020 class.
Standing dead trees, or snags, may appear to be useless, even eyesores, but they are valuable components of wildlife habitat and are frequently in short supply. They can even be the key limiting factor in a wildlife population.
Over the past month, the Greenville Zoo staff has used ultrasound imaging to confirm that Jade, the zoo’s nine-year-old female Amur leopard, is pregnant and to monitor the health of her unborn cubs.
Researchers at Furman University, through a Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) grant, studied the feasibility of transforming forested land on farms in South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia into silvopasture systems.
King, a leader of the civil rights movement, is well known for his efforts to bring about racial equality in the nation using nonviolent means.
The Greenville Drive are excited to host once again the West End Warehouse Sale on Friday, January 24, and Saturday, January 25, on the concourse at Fluor Field at the West End.
During its 25th year of production, BMW Manufacturing set a new production record with a total of 411,620 X models produced in 2019, topping the previous record by 449 units (411,171 in 2016).
As a result of legislation changing the way that counties collect property taxes on boats, in January of 2020, boat owners and buyers in South Carolina will begin to see changes in the way that boat registrations are issued by the S.C. Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR).