Just when Greenville was getting a lot of positive vibes for its technology and financial growth, along comes a financial website to add on some unwanted heft.
WalletHub added all its data and reported Greenville is among the top 10 Fattest Cities in America. Fat prevalence, weight-related health problems and healthy environment weighed heavily in the findings.
The City of Greer is having a pleasant festival dilemma.
How do you fit the world into City Park? The third annual Greer Goes Global International Festival on April 9 is expanding with room to spare. The festival is 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Restaurants are participating in “Cops Night Out”, an initiative that provides the Greer Police Department’s officer of the month and his/her family dinner at a local restaurant.
Bill Bennett, during a ride along with a Greer officer, learned of the extra time police work cuts into family time when extra time is required to finish a case, attend court, training, side jobs and mandatory call-ins.
Greer’s lone brewpub is expanding and will offer chef-prepared food.
The Southern Growl at 6 South Buncombe Road will open the Gastro Pub as a restaurant that adjoins the brewpub. A wall will be knocked out that will allow customers to order a craft beer from Southern Growl and walk through to the Gastro Pub for their food.
An estimated 50,000 hunters will take to the woods during the upcoming turkey season, generating an estimated $30 million in direct expenditures for South Carolina's economy.
Legislation passed by the S.C. General Assembly last year set new season dates and bag limits on private lands. Season dates for private lands are now March 20 to May 5 statewide. For all Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) where turkey hunting is allowed the season will continue to open on April 1 as it traditionally has, but will close on May 5. The statewide bag limit is now three gobblers per hunter with no more than two taken in one day.
Jim Hawkins received a phone call at 7 a.m. Sunday morning.
It was a simple sign on the door at Ryan’s on Monday that ended a payday for about 80 employees and more than a 30-year era in Greer
Ryan’s, a family style restaurant at 1501 W. Poinsett Street, is among 74 reportedly underperforming brand restaurants closed abruptly with many employees oblivious to the unannounced closing until they appeared for their scheduled work shift.
The 6th Annual Saved by the Heart Soiree will hold its annual fundraiser tonight at 7 p.m. at Grace Hall. Music and dancing will continue until 11 p.m.
The Casino Night theme is “Don’t Gamble with Lives”, featuring poker with other games of chance.
The future for the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport will be on display this summer.
That’s when the $125 million, four-year Terminal Improvement Project – WINGSPAN – is showcased to the Upstate and travelers with a glitzy, state-of-the-art, traveler-friendly airport.