Michael and Kristin Thackston began their adoption journey about seven years ago.
A coffee shop theme at the 22nd annual Living Gallery at Bob Jones University will include a secular painting for the first time ever.
Blue Ridge is a community defined not by geographical boundaries, but by the pride of the people who call it home.
Noted for its rural landscape and mountain views, addresses in the area can span Taylors, Greer, or even Tigerville. However, ask any local and they can tell you exactly where they are from.
Once a sleepy corner just on the outskirts of Greer proper with pastures and two-lane roads, the Riverside community has come into its own identity–bustling with new businesses, future homesites, and a growing population.
Greer’s Lorene Fisher is reaping the fruits of her labors.
With an eye on the ground and an interest in Native American culture, Fisher was recently recognized for her archaeology work in a major way.
A Pi Day celebration was held at Chandler Creek Elementary School last Thursday.
The Alpha Alpha Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma partnered with the Communities In Schools Afterschool Program to celebrate the day (March 14).
The St. Baldrick’s Foundation is getting ready to “Rock the Bald” for children with cancer.
The 2019 event on Sunday, March 17, at 1 p.m., will take place at a new location this year, the Cancer Survivors Park in Greenville, to raise money and awareness for research to conquer childhood cancer.
A local family business is bringing a new event to downtown Greer.
Greer Sushi Fest will be taking place Tuesday, April 2, from 6-8 p.m., at Greer City Hall to raise funds for the Greater Greer Education Foundation (GGEF).
Cassidy Armstrong was just 19 when he joined the U.S. Army.
He suffered a back injury during a training drill, just weeks from deployment.
He courageously chose to continue with his 15-month deployment to Tikrit, Iraq, while still undergoing physical therapy.
The first time Kim Grant took a tour of the SC State Hospital, she wanted to run far away.