The City of Greenville will host a public meeting on Tuesday, February 27, from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm at Westminster Presbyterian Church to provide an update on the Augusta Street Improvement Project.
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The joint venture to build a high-powered EV charging network across North America has received approval from regulatory authorities, and is now officially commencing operations.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control is the recipient of a $1 million grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to continue the agency’s Environmental Justice efforts in South Carolina.
Manager Iggy Suarez and Pitching Coach Bob Kipper return to the Drive for their sixth consecutive season at the helm, while Development Coach Alex Reynolds and Athletic Trainer Charysse Berkowski return for a second go-around in Greenville.
The city of Greenville is situated on land that was once Cherokee hunting ground. Around 1770, Richard Pearis, an Indian trader from Virginia who was living with a chief’s daughter, received about 100,000 acres of hunting lands from the Cherokees.
Join the City of Greenville as it travels to Broad Street to learn about a former hub of Black business, to Nicholtown to see unmarked graves of former slaves, to Sterling High for a trip down memory lane, and to the archives of the Upcountry History Museum.
In observation of National Cancer Prevention Month in February, state health officials are reminding residents about the risk factors associated with certain types of cancer and steps they can take to lower their risk of developing cancer.
A new partnership is helping more South Carolina farmers show buyers their commitment to food safety.
Omron Automation (OMRON), a global leader in industrial automation technology, has selected Spartanburg County to establish the company’s first South Carolina operation.
The people of Finland went to the polls in recent weeks and on Sunday, Feb. 11, a partly sunny day in Helsinki when the temperature reached a balmy 16 degrees Fahrenheit, they elected a Furman Paladin, Alex Stubb ’93 H’17, as their next president.
The South Carolina Department of Agriculture is preparing to take on some important regulatory duties that are currently handled by the Department of Health and Environmental Control, better known as DHEC.
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