Furman University’s Women’s Leadership Institute (WLI) will be presented virtually this year with two statewide community partners supporting the effort.
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The northside community in Spartanburg is home to a new COVID-19 vaccination clinic, the latest community-inspired idea in the state’s ongoing efforts to ensure all South Carolinians have fair and equal access to COVID-19 vaccines.
The state of South Carolina is seeking nominations for an award to recognize individuals who are doing extraordinary work for the natural environment.
Governor Henry McMaster has announced that COVID-19 safety measures related to the sale of alcohol and mass gatherings will be terminated effective Monday, March 1, 2021.
Watch Masai giraffe Autumn escort her newborn on her first trip outside! The female calf was born February 21, at 148 pounds and six feet tall.
During this tax season when many people are trying to stay safe at home, the Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers about ways to do their taxes for free online or with help from volunteers.
In addition to takeout and delivery, many of Greenville’s restaurants have reopened for indoor and outdoor dining!
The U.S. government has invested billions of dollars in manufacturing, used a wartime act dozens of times to boost supplies and yet there’s still not enough covid vaccine on the way to meet demand — or even the government’s own goals for national immunization.
Greenville will be the first city on the east coast to host a collection of nine monumental bronze sculptures by world-renowned artist Jorge Marín.
TTI Floor Care North America, a floor care company, has announced plans to establish a new distribution center in Spartanburg County. The company, along with its partners, will invest $93 million and create 134 new jobs.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control announced 896 new confirmed cases, 299 new probable cases of COVID-19, and 25 additional confirmed deaths on February 24.
Record-breaking cold and winter storms across much of the U.S. has forced the cancellation of hundreds of American Red Cross blood drives in about 30 states and caused more than 15,000 blood and platelet donations to go uncollected.