Greenville County Schools has announced that Fountain Inn High School will open for freshmen in August, 2021. Construction will begin in 2019 along Quillen Avenue.
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Phase II of the City’s routine maintenance improvements to the Liberty Bridge is scheduled to begin this summer.
Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District and Senator International are pleased to announce the addition of a weekly cargo flight between Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) and Querétaro Intercontinental Airport (QRO).
Meals on Wheels of Greenville is pleased to announce a new young professionals group: Meals on Wheels of Greenville Young Professionals.
Kevin and Lydia Yon had three children under the age of 6 when they took a leap of faith and bought 100 acres in rural Ridge Spring, South Carolina.
Synthomer has announced plans to expand its existing manufacturing operations in Spartanburg County. The company is investing $16 million and is expected to create 10 new jobs as a result.
One of the larger Neighborhood Parks Program projects involves the installation of new playground equipment in eleven neighborhood parks. The new equipment is designed for children ages five through twelve and is ADA-accessible.
When Furman’s six-acre, $1.7 million solar farm was installed off Poinsett Highway last year, the project turned heads. But it’s likely to get even more attention now that twelve St. Croix sheep have moved in.
Meals on Wheels of Greenville is pleased to announce the inception of its Summer Foodservice Program. Now through August 3rd, Meals on Wheels will provide daily nutritious meals to three local nonprofits: Poe Mill Achievement Center, YouthBASE, and the Meyer Center for Special Children.
Fans who are looking for parking for Drive games are invited to utilize the parking lot at County Square free of charge, which is just a short distance from Fluor Field.
Greenville Zoo director Jeff Bullock recently announced the arrival of three red panda cubs born to Collette and Steve, two of the Greenville Zoo’s three red pandas.
Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport is welcoming its sixth airline and nonstop flights to four new cities when Denver-based Frontier Airlines begins service Sept. 8th.