The 2020 Greenville City 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb is set for Friday, September 11, 2020, at Fluor Field, located at 945 South Main Street in Greenville.
Hoping to get creative with physical education, Greer High School is collecting bike donations for a new unit this school year.
The Bike Drive launched last month with the need for mountain bikes of all models in good condition, mountain bike helmets and mountain bike parts and tools.
Washington Baptist Church dedicated its Sunday morning service to Rev. Joe Price, who recently retired after 16 years as Associate Pastor.
The South Carolina Connections Academy (SCCA), opened in 2008, was designed to provide full-time online education.
Joshua Kitchens, executive director of SCCA, is offering advice for students, parents and teachers navigating virtual learning this year.
Employees from the Greer e-commerce company Marleylilly are helping local students get ready for work.
Earlier this month, Marleylilly employees donated new and gently-used business casual and business professional attire to Greenville County Schools’ Career Closet.
South Carolina has documented its first black and white tegu lizard, a species popular in the pet trade, in Lexington.
The non-native lizard is already established in both Georgia and Florida, likely as a result of release or escape.
You can now experience the magic of Hogwarts inside a Greer Airbnb, which doubles as a 1,000 square foot castle.
This Harry Potter wonder—revealed in an Open House on Sunday, August 16—came into existence through the vision of Celia Hastings and her family.
The Spartanburg Regional Foundation has been awarded a three-year, $4.4 million federal grant to help reduce teen pregnancy.
The grant will support a coalition of organizations working together to address high teen pregnancy rates and prevent related negative health outcomes.
The Taylors Lions Club is aiming to start a branch club.
The group, which is planning a monthly lunch meeting, gathered last Tuesday at the Taylors First Baptist Church’s picnic shelter.
Each upcoming meeting will include a meal and a speaker from noon-1 p.m.
This fall, Gary Rhoden will step into the role of director of athletic bands at North Greenville University.