Just off the train tracks, at the intersection of Randall and Depot Streets in downtown Greer, lies the perfect backdrop for Renato Moncini and Kenneth Baker’s new painting.
Just beyond the lights of Nixon Field in Duncan, The Bryant Center is working hard to help local residents with disabilities transition into the workforce.
Greer is saying its goodbyes to firefighter Barry Davis, who will retire after serving 27 years in the city.
“It’s been a good ride,” Davis said. “I appreciate everything the city’s done for us.”
Let’em Live Upstate, a coalition of Upstate animal rescues, will host its inaugural conference on Monday, July 18, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Aloft Greenville Downtown.
In 1946, Apalache Mill was a bustle of activity, with 380 workers producing fancy cotton fabrics on 419 looms and 27,516 spindles.
Mill hill life thrived with 143 houses, a school, two churches, a company store, YMCA, a ballpark, a racetrack and a post office.
The black coffee is cold in his cup as he recounts his trip on the Queen Elizabeth on Jan. 31, 1945 from New York harbor to Scotland. From there he boarded a train to Southampton, then a boat to France and by Feb. 27 was a member of the U.S. Army’s G Company, the 75th infantry division.
Greenville Little Theatre is wrapping up its 90th anniversary season on Cherry Tree Lane, with its rendition of the Broadway musical “Mary Poppins.”
With a cast and crew of more than 40 people, Mary Poppins will run through June 26.
Local author Nancy Turner Welch is hoping to take readers back to the 1960s with her new fictional work, “The Reunion.”
The South Carolina Wildlife Federation (SCWF) has certified Michelin Retread Technologies as a Wildlife And Industry Together (W.A.I.T.) site.
Children throughout the Upstate can expand their artistic horizons this summer through the Museum & Gallery’s summer educational programs.