Every January, The New York Times publishes a list of the hottest places to travel that year.
The NYT highlighted Greenville as the next major food destination, and so much more - choosing our city as a top locale to visit in the world.
Time's Money Magazine named Greenville as a top destination, and suggested April as the perfect time to visit.
Men's Journal gave the nod to Greenville when offering expert advice about the 2016 best places to live.
A serene, sylvan setting and a radical approach to city planning have made Greenville, South Carolina, a surprising new hot spot.
A river ran through it. Falls, too. But nobody noticed. Now the Reedy River Falls, and the park that surrounds it and the suspension bridge that spans it, are at the heart of one of the great smallish-town successes in the United States.
It’s called flyover country -- low-profile parts of the U.S. the news media often forgets. But to husband-and-wife journalists James and Deborah Fallows, these areas are home to ‘cities that work,’ thriving communities that buck this election’s narrative ...
Writer James Fallows of The Atlantic outlines the eleven signs a city will succeed, and uses Greenville as an example of that success.
Greenville encompasses big-city amenities without attracting the same unpleasantries that come with a more populated, urban city.
With a growing food scene, a creative DIY spirit, and a serious cycling culture, this once-sleepy southern town has reinvented itself as an exciting destination.
The Greenville Zoo is expecting a baby! The zoo’s Masai giraffes, named Walter and Autumn, will have a calf in early February (or any day now). South Carolina Public Radio’s Laura Hunsberger visited the zoo to meet the animals.