Beginning today, Greenville County High School students from ninth to twelfth grade can attend in-person classes three days a week and three out of every four Fridays.  Expectedly, the regular in-person attendance will rise from 40% to 75%, almost doubling in-person learning time. Older students will use plexiglass desk dividersRead More

TD Essential Market presented by Prisma Health continues this Saturday, September 19 through October 31(excluding October 10), from 8 a.m to 12 p.m. on Main Street at McBee Avenue. The new season has added eight new vendors making it a total of 81 vendors.  Each week, 42 vendors will beRead More

Greenville County Schools and the South Carolina Department of Health and Environment are working to get children the necessary vaccines to attend this school year. “This year, the South Carolina DHEC has given a 30-day waiver so that our requirement for the compliant immunization record on file is now SeptemberRead More

The Greenville City Census workers are starting to visit houses in the area this week. They’ll start visiting houses that have not responded to the 2020 Census. The city is reminding homeowners that If someone visits your home to collect information for the Census, do not forget to check andRead More

The Upcountry History Museum will hold its summer camps for children ages 6 through 12. It will run for 6 weeks beginning July 7 and will end on August 14.  The summer camp will have weekly themes that children can choose from, covering various areas of history, art, music, andRead More