Travelers Rest Mayor Wayne McCall announced that the City of Travelers Rest will participate in Solarize South Carolina.
Sports Destination Management, a publication for sports event planners and tournament directors, recognized VisitGreenvilleSC, Visit Anderson and the Bassmaster Classic as 2015 Champions of Economic Impact in Sports Tourism for the 2015 Bassmaster Classic event.
As the food scene in Greenville continues to grow, restaurant-goers will have more and more options to choose from. Here’s a look at some of the city’s most anticipated restaurants that will be opening soon.
Two Greenville-based companies – DOM360 and Website Pipeline – were named to the Technology Fast 500 compiled by Deloitte US. DOM 360 was named the 167th fastest-growing technology company in North America; Website Pipeline was ranked 481st.
Today, Bouharoun says he’ll reach $6 million in beer, wine and liquor sales by the end of the year, a leap from the $57,000 his father paid for the all-but-insolvent business at the corner of Falls and East Broad streets downtown in 1977.
Food is intrinsic in our culture and our daily lives. It is a part of our heritage – where we have been and where we are going. Every part of the globe has its own specific view on how we feed ourselves, and it usually boils down to history –150 years ago, most of our food was grown and harvested locally, then with the advent of refrigerated rail cars, within our continental borders.
Our fever-pitched, head-spinning construction growth in Greenville and across the Upstate is expected to continue for the foreseeable future, and all of those new downtown apartment and condo dwellers will need new places to eat.
The food hall craze is creeping across America. Think upscale food, open kitchens, communal dining spaces, grab-and-go options and a focus on fresh, local food – all located under one roof. This isn’t a shopping mall food court.
After 30 years in business, that personal touch is what sets his restaurant apart amid intense competition. With revenue growth of more than 10 percent every year he’s been operating, “we’ve never had a lull at all,” Stevenson said. “Business has been great.”
Food trucks have grown in popularity around the city in recent years, but owners of them still feel changes to the city’s regulations could be beneficial in helping the industry grow.
As the culinary arts expand beyond the traditional brick-and-mortar restaurant to food trucks, fresh markets, and pop-up shops, chefs need a licensed and fully equipped place to cook. But it's not just food that's cooking in these shared-use kitchens – they are an incubator for ideas and a community for cooks.
Security analysts, white-hat hackers and others have long been arguing that criminals, hackers, cybercrime rings, and state-sponsored actors were smarter, more organized and more dedicated than we are. The fact that terrorists have figured out that using encrypted texts is a good idea is just one more brick in that wall.
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The six-story building by developer Hughes Investments will be located directly across from Falls Park and next door to the Subway restaurant. There will be a rooftop terrace with a swimming pool, office, residential, retail and restaurant space.
The late Tom Keith, who played a pivotal role in the planning and design of Verdae, was honored earlier this week with the naming and dedication of the Keith Building at Legacy Square. Family members and Board of Verdae members, along with friends and building tenants, attended the ribbon-cutting event.
The smallest subdivision on the agenda generated big discussion at the City of Greenville Planning Commission’s November meeting. But in the end, three new subdivisions were approved, including one the commission had rejected about a year ago.
Eight organizations, businesses and people were recognized for accomplishments in innovation during the 17th annual InnoVision Awards. Founded by Deloitte in 1999 and presented by McNair Law Firm, the InnoVision Awards program aims to highlight innovation and technological progress in the state.
The GoSpiro Program graduated 12 participants from its eight-session, 16-week program this month. Formerly known as SEED, the certificate program of Clemson University focuses on helping entrepreneurs and business owners in the small to mid-size business space use their existing experience to bolster and build their businesses.
Erwin Penland named Joe Saracino to succeed the company’s founder, Joe Erwin, as president of the agency.