The City of Greenville is hosting a virtual public meeting on Tuesday, January 25, at 5:30 pm to discuss a road improvement project for the section of College/Buncombe Street between North Main Street and Heritage Green.
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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.
So far it’s been a really fun winter on Beech Mountain!
A 100-year-old commercial and industrial construction company is just getting settled into its new space in a vibrant micro-community on Greenville’s Main Street, and its employees are already loving the location.
Upstate Warrior Solution is proud to announce a leadership gift for a new Veteran Resource Center project, which will serve as a hub for veteran services in the Upstate.
Greenville restaurants continue to need your support during the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether you order takeout, delivery, or dine in, local restaurants are open and ready to serve you.
Greenville County Schools will now accept at-home rapid-test results to allow students to return earlier from quarantine, per SC DHEC’s recommendation.
Those interested in ordering free at-home Covid-19 tests through the federal government are now able to do so online at CovidTests.gov.
One of the primary concerns is winter weather’s ability to knock out heat, power, and communications services to your home or office, sometimes for days at a time.
BMW Manufacturing set a new production record during 2021, producing 433,810 BMW X vehicles during the year. This is a 20 percent increase over last year’s production and breaks the previous record of 411,620 units set in 2019.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control is updating its official guidance for the quarantining of teachers and other school staff who have been exposed to COVID-19.
The Blood Connection is continuing to experience a critical need for blood donations, made worse by winter weather over the weekend.