Retired Army Brigadier General A.J. Tata spent nearly three decades traveling the world combatting terrorism. Today, he uses his vast military knowledge and experience to entertain a growing legion of readers.
A retired pilot is giving back to the community by sharing his love of flight with local youth through the Young Eagles Program.
Two times each year, a Young Eagles rally takes place at Donaldson Center Airport, which is a public airport six miles south of the central business district of Greenville.
At 13-years-old, Jonathan Lovegrove probably knows more about his hometown of Greer than most adults.
In the past couple of months, Jonathan has adopted the city as his own, has sought to increase his knowledge and has shared that information through videos, Facebook and other venues.
The most interesting stories of the year often come from our neighbors, and 2017 was no exception to that fact. The following is look back at some of our top Living Here from the year that was.
Fairview Baptist will serve as one of more than 450 churches around the world to host the Night to Shine Prom for people with special needs this February.
The event is sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation and was pursued by Fairview’s Nathan Brannon, who started Hope Week at the church a couple of years ago.
Visiting Angels of Spartanburg is expanding its services by partnering with the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs to provide home care and respite visits for veterans.
North Greenville University held its first white coat ceremony earlier this month, recognizing a cohort of its Physician Assistant (PA) program at Suber Road Baptist on Dec. 8.
This holiday season, local residents are invited to take a walk in someone else’s shoes by joining in the Compassion Experience at Covenant United Methodist Church from December 15-18.
The sights and sounds of the Christmas story will be on display Dec. 16-17 as Redeemer Lutheran Church brings back its Live Nativity from 6:30-9 p.m.
Springwell Church will once again be presenting two Christmas Eve services for the community to enjoy—one at 1 p.m. and one at 3 p.m.
“This year, our theme is ‘Why Christmas?’” said Dylan Arms, the worship director. “The service will be unpacking what is the whole point of Christmas. It’s the emphasis of John 3:16—God is love.”