The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) recently announced a transition in leadership of its deputy area of Public Health.
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Elizabeth “Libby” Steadman didn’t set out to break new ground for women, serve her country in two wars or be enshrined in a museum in Washington, D.C., but most people who lead extraordinary lives don’t plan to do so. Making a significant impact often comes naturally.
September is Disaster Preparedness month, and ASPCA wants to make sure you have the information you need to keep your pets safe this disaster season.
The City of Greenville’s ad hoc Citizen Advisory Committee on Public Safety, which was established in June to review and make recommendations regarding certain police policies, recently requested an additional thirty days to complete its work.
Greenville Technical College and the Phillis Wheatley Community Center have joined together to open the GTC Returning Citizens Program.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control is launching a new pledge project to further engage the Palmetto State’s business community in the fight against COVID-19.
It only takes one storm to change your life and community. Tropical cyclones are among nature’s most powerful and destructive phenomena.
The Greenville Zoo has received a 2019-2020 Pinnacle Award from the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration (CILC) for its distance learning program.
How do you get to the doctor when you don’t have a car? How do you pay the doctor or buy medicine when your low-wage job doesn’t offer health coverage? How do you communicate with the nurse if there’s a language barrier?
The American Red Cross of South Carolina is proud to recognize six local heroes that used their Red Cross Training to save or sustain the life of another person.
A street resurfacing project along Stone Avenue will begin Tuesday night, Sept. 8, and continue for two months.
Electrifying research by Clemson University scientists could lead to the creation of lighter, faster-charging batteries suitable for powering a spacesuit, or even a Mars rover.