I’m 19-years-old, and I’m putting myself through college debt-free. I usually work part time during the semesters, but right now I’m working full time. I have about $2,000 in mutual funds, and I was wondering if I should add my full-time work income to that or save it all to help pay for school.
Parking rates at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport will increase beginning July 1.
GSP commissioners approved the increase that will occur for the first time in 14 years.
This week’s trash collections will be on a one-day delay for city of Greer residents, in observance of Memorial Day holiday Monday.
Residents facing a one-day delay should plan on having their rollcarts and recycling bins curbside by 7 a.m. Tuesday. The one-day delay ends on June 3 when normal Thursday collections will be done.
Alvin L. Howell, 85, died Saturday at the Cottages of Brushy Creek.
Howell was the retired owner of Howell Roofing.
Jim Morgan saw quite bit in his tenure at the Greer Post Office. The self-described people person always looked forward to what each day would bring.
Morgan, 68, retired from the U.S. Postal Service in April after 25 years, fondly looking back on his time working as a window clerk and mail carrier.
Contec, Inc. has pledged $150,000 to the Roaring for Hollywild! campaign in honor of international conservationist Dave Johnson.
Johnson, who had his first post-college job in animal care at Hollywild, visited the park, May 21 as featured presenter for Conservation Day at the park. The gift was announced by Contec CEO Jack McBride announced the gift that will be distributed $30,000 annual installments over five years.
Rates for art studios in the City Auditorium, 100 Davis Avenue, have been approved by Greer City Council on Tuesday.
The rates are based on a six-month lease, square footage, amenities and the number of windows in each studio. Council approved these rates:
The Strip Club 104 A Steak House is ranked No. 4 as the best overall restaurant in South Carolina and is ranked in the top five in three other categories, according to Open Table South Carolina.
Jason Clark, chef and operator of the restaurant at 104 E. Poinsett Street, also had The Strip Club 104 ranked:
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Blue Ridge baseball celebrated its 2016 season at Washington Baptist Church Tuesday night honoring team and individual players' accomplishments.
The Tigers finished the season (20-6) winning 17 consecutive games and the Region II 3A title for the first time in 10 years. They were eliminated in the District III tournament.
Riverside High School's Atlas Club received the Outstanding Contribution to International Diversity Award at the 12th Annual Upstate Diversity Leadership Awards Dinner.
The event, hosted by the Greenville Chamber and the Riley Institute at Furman, in partnership with Upstate Chambers, recognized organizations and individuals for outstanding achievement in promoting diversity and inclusion in Upstate South Carolina.
A dedication ceremony of the YMCA Spirit Center provided by Lillian and Ellis Darby took place on Friday, May 20, on the campus of the Caine Halter Family YMCA overlooking the Reedy River.
The Spirit Center increases the Y’s capacity for outreach programs in collaboration with community partners.
Spartanburg Medical Center has been designated a Blue Distinction Center in hip replacement.
For patients with hip pain and injuries, SMC brings together an experienced team of experts and innovative technology. A comprehensive plan is created for every patient to prepare them for surgery and a successful rehabilitation.
Passengers departing Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport Tuesday morning via B screen flights will go through the new TSA centralized screening checkpoint.
It will be the first time passengers will experience the new centralized screening area that is a vital part of the $125 million Terminal Improvement Project (Wingspan).
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Patients could be less likely to reject artificial hips, knees and other medical implants thanks to the research that Andy Tennyson and his group are doing at Clemson University as part of a prestigious national award.
The largest spec warehouse built in Greer is completed and being leased.
Beacon Partners and Cullum Interests partnered on the 240,101-square-foot venture at 545 Brookshire Road in Velocity Park.