DIG Greenville is sure to keep us on our toes this week with blasting for the new tunnel system. If you need something a little more pleasing to the ears, catch a ride with “Hop-In” and hear some catchy tunes!
Habitat for Humanity had a great turn out for their annual Women Build Week. Council Member Lillian Brock Flemming and Furman Women’s Basketball Coach, Jackie Carson, came out to help with construction! Upstate Biz has the full story on last weeks Women Build.
Renewable Water Resources selected Daniel P. Johnson as the new Director of Information Technology. Check out Johnson’s background in IT as well as the many accomplishments he has gained throughout his career on Greenville CEO.
The Mountains to Main Street Festival took place yesterday morning and more than 1,000 athletes took on the challenge! WSPA has the full story on the background of the race.
American Party candidate, Guy Furay was one of the few candidates rated “excellent” by Upstate Chambers. Read about what Furay stands for and what this means for the upcoming election on Greenville CEO.
Don’t be alarmed if you hear some loud noises and notice a shake in the ground these next couple months. DIG Greenville is making construction progress and staring the blasting for their new tunnel system beginning tomorrow between 12 p.m. and 2 p.m.
Escape Artist Greenville has revealed their latest room for summer. “Classified” is a top-secret mission designed exclusively for small groups of experienced Escape Artists. Discover what owner Will Rutherford said about the new room and find out if you are up to the challenge on Upstate Exposures Magazine.
You may see a new face on the “Hop-In” cars Thursday afternoons this summer. Locally Epic has banded together with Stories of the Upstate Podcast to bring a twist to the ride service. Upstate Biz has the full story on what riders can expect.