Monster Jam returns to Greenville with five action-packed shows taking place May 14-16 at Bon Secours Wellness Arena. Tickets are now available and start at $20.
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Local news for the Greenville and Upstate area, including updates on the Greenville Drive, local beer, and local food.
Greenville County students who wish to sign up for the 2021-22 Virtual Program, but neglected to do during the open enrollment periods in January and April, may add their names to the waitlist starting now.
CVS Health has announced new initiatives to support women’s health and wellness in May, including offering no-cost heart health screenings from May 9 through May 15 at MinuteClinic to help women understand their risk for heart disease – the number one killer of women.
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.
Consistent with its ongoing “Front Porch Of The Community” focus, the Greenville Drive are excited to announce, in partnership with Prisma Health, a series of COVID-19 vaccination events to occur at Fluor Field throughout the Drive’s 2021 season.
Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport has announced a call for artists for the inaugural exhibit in the Connections Gallery. The Connections Gallery is a dedicated fine arts space located near Concourse B in GSP’s Grand Hall.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is extending the REAL ID full enforcement date by 19 months, from October 1, 2021, to May 3, 2023, due to circumstances resulting from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative recently donated equipment, staff, and poles to put up two segments of non-active power lines at Tall Pines Wildlife Management Area (WMA) dove fields in northern Greenville County.
The Greenville Technical College Area Commission has voted to extend a tuition freeze through the end of this year.
People grow their own fruits and vegetables in backyards, community gardens, and even in pots on rooftops and window sills.
A beautiful and healthy lawn is good for our environment. It can resist damage from weeds, disease, and insect pests.
Beginning Monday, May 3, access into and out of Timmons Park will be one-way as the City of Greenville begins a project to improve ADA accessibility in and around the park.