Natalie Walters is a reporter for The Post and Courier Greenville.
Jordan Harper's brand, Barefaced, sells a range of skincare products from tinted sunscreen to brightening pads, seen on the left. She also rec…
The four-day festival, planned for Sept. 16-19, will include seven Michelin-starred chefs, the most ever at Euphoria. Tickets ranging from $45 to $400 to the more than 40 events went on sale April 22 at 11 a.m.
euphoria presented a check for $15,200 to Mill Village Farms, its first grant recipient of this year's festival. The nonprofit grows local pro…
Parsley and Mint had a soft opening beginning April 15, an Anderson County manufacturer is adding 200 jobs this year, and GCS is still looking for bus drivers, custodians and food service workers.
Parsley and Mint, 600 S. Main St., Greenville, S.C.
A statue of Furman University's first Black student, Joseph Vaughn, was unveiled as the focal point of the new Joseph Vaughn Plaza in front of the James B. Duke Library.
The new statue of Joseph Vaughn is in front of the James B. Duke Library at the center of Furman University campus.
The Joseph Vaughn statue, at the center of the new Joseph Vaughn Plaza in front of the James B. Duke Library, was unveiled April 16.
Audience members sat in a socially distanced manner during the unveiling ceremony for the statue of the first Black undergraduate student at Furman.
The statue is in the heart of Furman's campus and includes a plaza with quotes from Joseph Vaughn.