Construction is underway on a giraffe feeding platform at the Greenville Zoo. The project includes a new ramp that will lead to the back of the giraffe exhibit where the new feeding structure will be built.
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Right now, a team of doctors is scrubbing in for a surgery while a patient waits for a procedure that they hope will save their life; blood bags are prepared and ready.
Greenville City Council recently gave final approval to allow mobile food units including trailers in the city limits. Anyone interested in operating a mobile food unit must apply for a business license and city decal sticker.
Milo’s Tea Company (Milo’s), a leading beverage company, has announced plans to establish its first South Carolina operations in Spartanburg County.
The IRS is now accepting and processing 2022 tax returns. Most of the individual tax returns for the 2022 tax year are expected to be filed before the April 18 tax deadline.
The Church Street bridge in downtown Greenville will be getting an upgrade, making it a safer, better lit, and more beautiful experience for pedestrians.
In the state of South Carolina, GTC was the number technical college included in the list. Greenville Tech was also ranked second out of all colleges and universities in South Carolina, behind Clemson University.
For many Americans, cold and often freezing temperatures means higher utility bills to keep warm.
Woodmont High School is one of ten schools selected as a finalist for the 2023 Palmetto’s Finest Awards. This selection comes after extensive evaluations by a committee of fellow educators and previous Palmetto’s Finest winners.
A new coronavirus variant is circulating, the most transmissible one yet. Hospitalizations of infected patients are rising.
Better Business Bureau is warning consumers about a Denton, TX-based telehealth provider, Doctor Alexa.
The same devices used to take selfies and type out tweets are being repurposed and commercialized for quick access to information needed for monitoring a patient’s health.