It’s best to leave fireworks to the experts, but area residents who plan to use consumer fireworks for their July 4 celebrations are urged by local fire officials to take safety precautions and to be aware of local ordinances concerning the use of fireworks.
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Greenville’s annual Wells Fargo Red, White and Blue festival scheduled for July 4 has been canceled due to a significant increase in the number of new COVID-19 cases in the community.
After a pause in service due to COVID-19, Greenlink has resumed its popular trolley service in downtown Greenville with a redesigned trolley route network.
The cities of Greer and Greenville will hold virtual Touch-A-Truck events this week showcasing the cool trucks in their fleets.
The City of Greenville has launched Market Connect, an online resource guide highlighting TD Saturday Market vendors who currently have produce and/or product offerings for online ordering, takeout, gift card purchasing and/or in-person pickup.
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Boo in the Zoo, the Greenville Zoo’s signature Halloween event, takes place this weekend, October 18-20, and October 25-27. Presented...
Award-winning author Jacqueline Woodson returns to Greenville for Oct. 8 appearance and book signing
Jacqueline Woodson, the author of more than two dozen award-winning books for young adults, middle graders and children, will make...