Last week the City of Spartanburg launched its latest web tool, SeeSpartanburgRise.com, a new way to literally map the progress that continues in downtown Spartanburg.
Growing from its humble beginnings as a one-day event in 1977, the festival has transformed into a four-day extravaganza that includes a golf tournament, an arts and crafts sale, a BBQ cook-off, and a parade.
The Environmental Protection Agency, along with various federal state and local officials, recently participated in a tour and celebration of the ReGenesis Project, a successful collaboration credited with revitalizing Spartanburg.
Barnet Park is the perfect setting for Spartanburg’s 2015 Independence Day celebration. Come hungry and enjoy great food, including BBQ, funnel cakes, burgers, hotdogs, philly cheese steaks, ice cream, and more!
Artists’ Guild of Spartanburg will host an exhibit by members of the New Day Clubhouse for the month of July in its gallery at Chapman Cultural Center.
In an effort to keep state waterways safe during the upcoming July 4th holiday, the S.C. Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Division will again be conducting courtesy safety inspections at some public boat landings.
Timothy L. Marsh will join Hub City as Writer-In-Residence this fall. His residency will run from September to mid-December.