Greenville book program wins award

November 10, 2017 by  

A summer literacy program that targeted youth in the county of Greenville, South Carolina recently received the Dick and Tunky Riley WhatWorksSCAward for Excellence.

The Make Summer Count 2016 program was an [Read more]

Wings of Freedom Tour coming to Greenville

October 10, 2017 by  

The Wings of Freedom Tour, an event run by the Collings Foundation that allows the public to learn about the aircraft used during the Second World War, will be coming to [Read more]

Greenville to receive new music venue

September 16, 2017 by  

Residents of Greenville, South Carolina will be receiving a new music venue soon after the Dr. Mac Arnold’s Blues Restaurant closes down.

The new restaurant opening in [Read more]

Greenville makes solar eclipse preparations

August 10, 2017 by  

Later this month, residents of Greenville, South Carolina will be able to experience a total solar eclipse as the moon blocks out the sun in the afternoon.

Residents of Greenville will [Read more]

Peace Center screens film on homelessness

July 16, 2017 by  

Jeff Akers, a musician, filmmaker, and multimedia consultant from Ohio, recently had a screening of his film ‘Homeless in the South’ at the Peace Center in Greenville, South Carolina.

The film explores homelessness throughout states such as [Read more]

Lidl to open several locations throughout South Carolina

June 7, 2017 by  

Lidl, a German supermarket chain that has over 10,000 locations throughout Europe, will soon be opening their first stores in America on June 15th. Ribbon cutting ceremonies will be taking place at 7:40 a.m. at each of the ten locations. [Read more]

Greenville to receive new concert venue this fall

May 21, 2017 by  

A new venue called The Firmament will be opening in Greenville, South Carolina later this year.

The concert facility will be [Read more]

IHEA seminars to take place in Greenville

April 6, 2017 by  

The Industrial Heating Equipment Association, also known as IHEA, has announced that it will be hosting its safety and combustion seminars in September at the Westin Poinsett hotel in Greenville.

The seminars are designed to educate those who deal with industrial combustion technology, such as ovens and furnaces, using a classroom-style approach and tools such as slideshow presentations and informational banners. The seminars will cover information such as the types of classes of furnaces, product liability, and loss prevention. Those who attend the seminars will also have the opportunity to attend the tabletop exhibition, where they will be able to talk to representatives from companies in the heat processing industry.

The executive vice president of the Industrial Heating Equipment Association, Anne Goyer, said about the upcoming seminars:

“We are excited to return to Greenville, South Carolina, with our fall seminars and tabletop exhibition. With the Southeast’s strong manufacturing base, we have a very high interest in our seminars. This was evident when the seminars sold out the last time we held them in this area.”

The seminars will be taking place at the Westin Poinsett hotel at 120 S. Main Street in Greenville on September 19 and 20. Those who wish to attend can register online up until the first day of the event. For more information regarding the seminars, or to register, visit the IHEA website.

Downtown Greenville to get cat cafe

March 15, 2017 by  

The Organic Cat Cafe, a cafe dreamed up by Greenville resident Jennifer Bronzel, is set to open in May of this year. It will allow customers to enjoy food and drink in a relaxing environment while being surrounded by cats.

The cafe focuses mainly on [Read more]

First openly gay lawmaker elected in South Carolina

February 28, 2017 by  

South Carolina recently elected Jason Elliot, who previously worked as a divorce attorney and becomes the state’s first ever openly gay legislator.

Elliot says that his sexual orientation never [Read more]

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