The Greenville Chamber’s 23rd annual golf tournament, held last week at the Chanticleer and Riverside courses, raised more than $60,000 to support the Chamber’s community improvement initiatives.
NEXT on Main officially opened its downtown Greenville space last week in the Bank of America building at 101 N. Main St. Its latest tenant, Servosity, celebrated receiving a $200,000 grant from SCRA Technology Ventures’ SC Launch program.
From ‘Siri for doctors’ to smart watches, presenters representing nine of the top digital health and wellness tech startups from around the country unveiled their ideas at Indigo Hall in downtown Spartanburg during Demo Day for Iron Yard Ventures' Digital Health Accelerator.
e-Merge @ the Garage had its final demo day in July to showcase results from the LemonADE Stand, a program implemented by Clemson University’s bio-engineering staff, focusing on the design of a product or service, as well as a startup business program geared for high school students.
Last week The Iron Yard-Spartanburg held the first PilotTown event – an interactive cocktail-party-meets-trade-show created in collaboration with Robyn Hussa Farrell of Resiliency Technologies, the City of Spartanburg, Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce, The Iron Yard and local businesses
Crawford Strategy celebrated its fifth anniversary with a party earlier this month at its downtown Greenville office.
By 1930 the Walgreen drugstore occupied the southeast corner of Main and East Coffee streets. Where the drugstore once stood, Trio - A Brick Oven Cafe now resides.
Twenty local corporate leaders are taking part in the third annual Habitat for Humanity CEO Build, helping the organization construct a home in Greenville County for Dianne Kilgore and her family.
Craig Brown, owner and president of the Greenville Drive, was on hand as the Drive hosted its inaugural Partner Appreciation Golf Tournament at The Cliffs at Glassy.
On the west side Main Street from Court Street to McBee Avenue, in the early 1940s, a new Belk's building stood where the Poe Hardware store once was. The First National Bank of Greenville later moved into this space. Today TD Bank occupies the building.
More than 280 attended the Greer Chamber’s First Friday event, featuring U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy.
The Greenville Chamber celebration at Fluor Field kicked off with a pregame reception for the new 2015 investors in the Drive's 500 Club. The private pregame reception featured a Ballpark Buffet sponsored by BlueCross BlueShield of SC .
At its annual meeting last week, the Greenville Area Development Corporation announced that it secured nearly $452 million in investment and more than 1,300 new jobs in Greenville County in 2014. Focus areas for 2015 include more incentive programs for manufacturing operations, increasing site inventory and attracting new office projects.
In the 1880s Camperdown was the second largest mill, after Piedmont, in Greenville County. Camperdown closed in 1956. The building was demolished in 1959. Today the site of Camperdown Mill is part of Falls Park.
The Bruner Home for Children on Rutherford Street was operated under the auspices of the Salvation Army's Women's Social Service Department but as a separate program from 1917 to 1949. Today the land is home to the Salvation Army Waldo Leslie Service Center, right, and the Salvation Army Church on the left.