The Internal Revenue Service recently announced that the nation’s tax season will begin Monday, Jan. 29th, and reminded taxpayers claiming certain tax credits that refunds won’t be available before late February.
A prolific portraitist who painted a number of members of the Rockefeller family as well as New York City mayor Fiorello LaGuardia, Sidney Dickinson (1890 – 1980) studied with William Merritt Chase and George Bridgman at the Art Students League.
Did you know that there are nearly two thousand arts programs, studios, facilities, and activities available across the Upstate region?
The City of Greenville is once again offering its annual Christmas tree recycling program. Drop-off locations will be open until January 31st.
Unusually cold temperatures with widespread illness are affecting donor turnout and blood donations.
Enjoy the flavors of South Carolina every Friday and Saturday at Greenville Jerky & Vine. While you’re there be sure to peruse over ninety varieties of jerky, salsas for all seasons, eclectic hot sauces, local artwork, and more.
Sales of BMW brand vehicles increased 4.3 percent in December for a total of 34,253 compared to 32,835 vehicles sold in December 2016.
Production of the first pre-production models of the new BMW X7 Sports Activity Vehicle has commenced at the BMW Group Spartanburg plant.
We’re expecting some dangerously low temperatures, so be sure to be prepared.
It’s that time of year again. A brand new year and time when we talk about our resolutions to better ourselves at work, home, and in many other ways.
Make 2018 your healthiest year yet! Find ways to boost your health, fitness, and well-being, and be an inspiration to others!
Clemson University once again has been named to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance list of 300 Best College Values of 2018.
The Internal Revenue Service recently said that it expects more than 90 percent of all 2017 individual tax returns to be prepared using tax software.
This year, more than one million third graders have gotten hands-on gardening experience, growing colossal cabbages with high hopes to win “best in state” and receive a $1,000 scholarship towards education from Bonnie Plants.
Autumn, the zoo’s 11-year-old Masai giraffe, is pregnant. Veterinary staff confirmed the pregnancy through hormone analysis and determined that the birth could occur as early as February.
A recent study published by The New England Journal of Medicine has revealed unwanted findings. Although it is a low-moisture food, raw flour can be a vehicle for foodborne pathogens.
If a deer fawn is found alone in the woods, leave it there, advises a state wildlife biologist. Its mother has not abandoned it; she is probably nearby.
The Augusta and Arts West trolley routes ended on Sunday, Oct. 29th, for the season. The two routes will resume in May 2018.
Motorists throughout the state need to be constantly aware of roaming white-tailed deer. Despite a persistent rumor, neither the S.C. Department of Natural Resources nor any other state agency will compensate motorists for injuries or damages resulting from deer collisions.
Everyone who shares a home with a pet should have a basic pet first-aid kit on hand.
Honey bees play an important role in Greenville County’s environment and South Carolina’s economy. Honey bees add millions of dollars statewide to the value of fruit, vegetable and seed crops.
The Federal Transit Administration has announced $55 million in grant awards through its Low or No Emission (Low-No) Vehicle Program, which funds the development of transit buses and infrastructure that use advanced fuel technologies.
You’re driving your car when you see a dog on the side of the road. With a sinking feeling, you realize he’s alone. What should you do?
Offshore wind has the potential to deliver large amounts of clean, renewable energy to fulfill the electrical needs of cities along U.S. coastlines.
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.