The Department of Employment and Workforce (DEW) is cutting the Unemployment Insurance (UI) tax rate on South Carolina businesses for the fifth consecutive year.
MAU Workforce Solutions is working to help close the growing skills gap in the Upstate with the grand reopening of its Skill School.
The 22,500 square-foot facility equipped with manufacturing equipment to train the upcoming workforce opened its doors on Nov. 9.
As the Christmas season approaches, members of the community are coming together to give back.
The Clock restaurant will open its doors on Sunday for the 14th annual Syl Syl Christmas Toy Drive, benefitting Cops for Tots and Country Santa.
Greenville Open Studios will feature the work of several local artists this weekend.
The 16th annual event, put on by SEW Eurodrive, South State Bank and the Metropolitan Arts Council (MAC) will feature a record-high 145 area artists in 93 locations.
Brandon Howe, left, voted at Praise Cathedral Tuesday with assistance from Steve Griffin.
A major overhaul is coming to downtown Greer in 2018.
A streetscape project is expected to begin on Trade Street and surrounding roads once the Greer Commission of Public Works completes water and sewer line replacement around the second quarter of next year.
The Greer Inland Port recorded its strongest October since the facility opened in 2013, handling 11,773 rail moves last month.
The South Carolina Ports Authority had a record-breaking month overall, handling 184,804 twenty-foot equivalent container units (TEUs).
Greer is one of the best locations for small business nationwide, according to recent research from a private marketing and technology company.
Welcomemat Services ranked Greer 20th in its list of America’s Top 25 Best Neighborhoods for Small Businesses for 2017.
Fall 2017 class
For grief support
Interim Healthcare Hospice is restarting its Fall 2017 Grief Support Class for those struggling with the loss of a loved one, those having difficulty finding friends who understand and those looking for practical tools to cope.
Greer Middle College senior Christabel Obi is aiming to raise $7,000 in the next two months to build a well in Sierra Leone.
Mentored by Amy Wasserman, Director of Development for Water of Life in Greer, Obi is taking on the endeavor as her senior project.