Opportunity. That's what Steven Short and Josh Keller, executives of the United Soccer League's newly minted Division III, sensed when they arrived in Greenville this past summer.
Greg Arscott was at a University of Maryland football game in 2007 when he got the call he’d been waiting for. It turned out to...
Sean McEnroe, co-owner of the former Kimbrell’s Furniture building at 127 W. Main St., said Friday, March 23, the eight-lane bowling alley and event center capable of accommodating 200 to 400 people will be operated by a team led by Howard Dozier, co-owner of Greenville’s Stone Pin Company.
In a stately home just off the busy thoroughfare of Woodruff Road, an empire is growing.
Pet Paradise Greenville, an upscale pet boarding, day camp, and grooming resort, will break ground at 615 Congaree Road, next to Miyabi Japanese Steak and Seafood House, on April 10 with an expected opening in November.
Southern Om Hot Yoga’s second location at 1116 S. Main St. in Greenville has opened in the West End at the intersection of Main Street and Perry Avenue behind the Nachmann Norwood & Parrott office and steps away from the under-construction mixed-use development The Greene.
DHEC inspections delayed Neo Burrito’s planned March 19 opening until March 23. But beginning at 7 a.m. on Friday, those $1 breakfast tacos will be ready to go, president and COO Walter Godfrey says.
The Shop Local Saturday for this month will be March 24.
The result is a pared-down menu of mostly grab-and-go items available at the counter and open cooler that allow the expanded catering operations to continue throughout the day largely uninhibited by breakfast and lunch sales.
The shipping container GBX will occupy opens directly onto the grassy center of the development and will offer a variety of craft beer — likely 20 taps, including local, regional, national, and international selections, and possibly a craft soda, cider, or kombucha — without the retail portion of the original store.
In June 2017, Jon and Brandi Ward took their side job to the next level by turning their modern farmhouse into a full-time design and build company.
Neo Burrito in the Village of West Greenville at 1268 Pendleton St. just received its certificate of occupancy and will hold a soft opening Monday, March 19, 14 months after the lease was signed.
Alec Papadakis, CEO of the United Soccer League (USL), announced Tuesday, March 13, Greenville has been awarded the third team in its new Division III league that will begin play in 2019.
An announcement is expected March 13 confirming what Greenville Chamber President and CEO Carlos Phillips teased at the chamber's annual meeting held last month:...
Carl Sobocinski, founder of restaurant group Table 301; Olivia Esquivel, co-owner and founding partner of Southern Pressed Juicery; and Krish Patel, CEO of Wireless Communications Inc. and owner of Soul Yoga, have combined their various unique areas of expertise to take Southern Pressed Juicery – and by extension, the Table 301 brand – to Austin this month, marking the local restaurant group’s first foray outside of the Greenville market.