The Camp Looking Glass annual benefit dinner is a week away for anyone looking to have a good time while supporting a good cause.
Camp Looking Glass is in need of local volunteers for a day of work to help camp shine brighter with an “electric forest.”
A three-vehicle wreck at one of Greenville’s busiest intersections sent six people, including four children, to the hospital Wednesday afternoon.
Downtown Greenville is sprucing up one store at a time thanks to the ongoing Downtown Greenville Facade Improvement program.
Main Street Greenville Director Gretchen Giachelli said the facade grant program is a way to not only improve the appearance of downtown Greenville, but to entice residents to shop more at the local businesses.
Warfield Point Park has started its cleanup process so folks can soon visit there again.
“We’re getting it ready for us to try to move back in here,” Washington County Buildings and Grounds Director Donald Davis said.
There’s one more chance for locals to enjoy unlimited rides on Greenville’s lone carousel this week at E.E. Bass Cultural Arts Center.
The third, and final, Cocktails at the Carousel events this summer will be from 5-7 p.m. Friday. Entrance to the carousel room at Bass, 323 S. Main St., for the event is free and open to the public.
Downtown Grille has been firing up some new dishes under the guidance of the restaurant’s new chef and general manager.
After it was announced Chef Allen Sanders was taking a new job opportunity in Georgia, a job listing was posted online and Chef John Kellogg said it caught his attention.
A teenager has been arrested and charged for a shooting this week that injured a man at a local store.
Assistant Police Chief Michael Merchant said 18-year-old Romeo Hurt, of Greenville, was identified as the suspect who shot into a store in the 900 block of St. Charles Street shortly after 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.