The Carolina Panthers 2017 Summer Training Camp opens Wednesday, July 26th with the annual Training Camp Kickoff Party.
UPSTATE Gallery on Main is honored to present Inhabiting Experience, a selection of recent works by Greenville, SC, painter Mark Brosseau. The exhibition runs through August 25, 2017.
Join Hub City Farmers Market for the event of the summer celebrating everything peach. The event kicks off at 6:00 pm on July 22nd at Hub City Farmers Market.
If you want more fiber, nutrients and antioxidants in your diet, eat more vegetables!
Music on Main is Spartanburg’s favorite afterwork live music series. It’s a social gathering spot where friends and colleagues get together to enjoy some great music and good times right on Morgan Square.
Whether you’re poolside, oceanfront or by the campfire, a good book has long been considered an indispensable companion for summer break.
South Carolina 4-H has a new project that’s sure to get a lot of buzz for a long time.
How much energy does Wofford College use? What’s the water consumption? What about management of buildings, transportation and waste?
Leslie Sainz will join Hub City as Writer-In-Residence this fall. Leslie is a poet, and her residency will run from September to December.
Take on a summer challenge and cycle through scenic countryside and vibrant cityscapes at the fourth annual Gran Fondo Asheville on July 23rd.
This year, all of the public bowl-making events will be held at either Spartanburg Art Museum Art School, located at Chapman Cultural Center, or West Main Artists Co-op in Spartanburg.
Dr. Kathleen Brady is no stranger to the classroom. But she is a stranger to the class she’s teaching today.
From peaches and pumpkins, to strawberries and hayrides, visitors can enjoy farm-fresh products and plan family activities thanks to a new tour that highlights agricultural offerings throughout Spartanburg County.
When Spartanburg City Council voted unanimously to “ban the box” at a meeting in June, it was the culmination of a lot of groundwork from an involved local citizen, Meghan Smith.
Chapman Cultural Center is open every Sunday afternoon, from 1:00 pm until 5:00 pm, to provide casual and cultural experiences for those who want to “unplug.”
BMW Group sales achieved their best ever June, with sales in the month totalling 232,620, a 2.1% increase year-on-year. Sales of the BMW X1 increased 45.2% (136,748) in the first half-year while deliveries of the BMW X5 increased by 10.6% (89,958).
Hub City Press books will be distributed nationally by Publishers Group West, one of the leading book sales and distribution companies in the United States, representing more than one hundred independent client publishers.
The new www.GoPaddleSC.com website was recently unveiled by a coalition of South Carolina conservation groups at the Glendale Outdoor Leadership School in Glendale.
City Council passed new regulations at their meeting on Monday aimed at making it less difficult for owners to recover their vehicles and personal property if they’ve been towed from a private commercial lot.
Former USC Upstate men’s basketball great Torrey Craig has been picked by the Denver Nuggets to play for their NBA Summer League team in Las Vegas, Nev.
Ransomware attacks are the fastest growing malware threats. On average, more than 4,000 ransomware attacks have occurred daily since January 1, 2016.
Join us at Hub City Bookshop on Saturday, July 22nd for Biscuits & Books, a fundraiser with Patti Callahan Henry which benefits Spartanburg Humane Society.
The National Audubon Society and Audubon South Carolina are working to identify a network of sites that provide critical habitat for birds, and the Upstate’s most panoramic and popular state parks rank among them.
Tiny, hungry and rapidly reproducing sugarcane aphids have made their annual migration to South Carolina to feast on grain sorghum, an agricultural commodity that had been gaining popularity.
USC Upstate is dressing up the parking lot near their Center of International Studies! Check out the new mural in progress.
Dr. Ruby Hirose was a Japanese-American researcher whose research helped lead to vaccines against polio and other diseases.
The July heat is upon us again here in Spartanburg and that means it’s almost time to welcome the Carolina Panthers back to town for training camp 2017 at Wofford College!
Jeff Fulton’s road to Clemson University was unlike that of any other College of Business graduate who will receive a diploma in August.
Planning to travel over the weekend, or looking forward to a trip later this summer?
Getting your family outdoors can be as simple as opening the door to the backyard or as exciting as going camping.
Dogged by pests, pathogens, poor nutrition, and other problems, the European honey bee is having a rough time these days.
The BMW Group has been a committed “local player” in the US market for a quarter-century: On 23 June 1992, the BMW Group announced its decision to build its US plant in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
Spartanburg Community College is one of the distinguished organizations across the United States selected to participate in the 2017 season of the Air Force Association’s (AFA) CyberCamp Program this summer.
As the temperature starts to rise, the ASPCA reminds pet owners of simple ways to help animals beat the heat and have a happy and healthy summer.
Staff and partners of the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) recently held the 21st Annual SC Envirothon competition at the Sandhill Research and Education Center in Columbia.
The Rotary Club of Spartanburg recently awarded a grant to Hope Center for Children. The Rotary Club of Spartanburg has a long history of supporting local organizations, including Hope Center for Children.
When the weather’s nice, there’s often no greater joy than hitting the road with your four-legged friend. But just because many pets love riding in cars doesn’t mean that they’re necessarily safe for animals.
The Spartanburg City Council recently gave final approval to the City’s $39.1 million fiscal year 2017-2018 budget in a 6-0 vote.
Celebrate summer at Biltmore when the estate’s 21st annual Concert Series begins Thursday, July 27th. Tickets are now on sale.
Morley is growing its operations in Greenville; they are now hiring 125 associates at their location on Brookfield Parkway.
The Spartanburg Little Theatre recently revealed the five productions that will make up its 2017-18 season.
Some longleaf pine trees are already beginning to shed their needles, a normal response to drought and high temperatures this time of year, according to the S.C. Department of Natural Resources.
Over the past few years, scientists across the country have been revolutionizing the future of fuel. Their work has achieved some significant milestones.
Hub City Press announces the establishment of the $10,000 C. Michael Curtis Short Story Book Prize. Submissions open on August 1, 2017 and will close January 1, 2018.
Summer is here and it’s the perfect time to visit Chapman Cultural Center! Whether you want an interactive and fun place to take the kids or a date night with your significant other, Chapman Cultural Center has got you covered!
As manatees return to their summer haunts along the coast, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) biologists are reminding residents and visitors to be particularly alert while boating and to report sightings of these gentle giants online.
It’s quickly become one of the most talked about public art projects around, putting the work of local and regional artists in the public eye in a unique and whimsical way.
A lecturer and team of students have taken a communication theory class to a maximum-security prison in the Upstate over the last year and a half.
Summertime is the best time of the year for many stargazers. Traditionally, it is a time when folks have extended summer vacations.
Miah Jeffra will join Hub City as Writer-In-Residence this summer. Miah is a writer of both nonfiction and fiction and their residency will run from June to August.
Over the course of its existence, local arts organization Hub-Bub has gone through a number of iterations.
Lighten Up Spartanburg! is a large scale public art project that bolsters the cultural vitality of downtown Spartanburg, expands the local economy through tourism, provides opportunities to local and regional artists, and fosters connections between local businesses and the arts.
On August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse will move across the country beginning in Oregon, crossing 14 states to the edge of the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of South Carolina.
Twenty-eight giant fiberglass light bulbs decorated by local artists and sponsored by local businesses have made Spartanburg the Southeast’s newest destination for public art.
The largest industry in South Carolina is agriculture, followed by tourism. So combining the two makes sense — and cents.
Clemson University has launched a new “Eclipse Over Clemson” web page and blog devoted to the Aug. 21st solar eclipse.
Lock your financial documents and records in a safe place at home, and lock your wallet or purse in a safe place at work. Keep your information secure from roommates or workers who come into your home.
Recycling oyster shells just got easier for residents of Beaufort County. The new site is part of over 30 drop-off sites across the state which offer a convenient way to recycle oyster shells.
Hatcher Garden is a community-supported urban garden in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Started by Harold Hatcher, the garden has grown to become a beautiful woodland preserve that provides a home for wildlife and a display for the nature’s beauty.
If a deer fawn is found alone in the woods, leave it there, advises a state wildlife biologist. Its mother has not abandoned it; she is probably nearby.
Stumped by what to pack in your child’s lunchbox? Stop worrying and learn to love planning.
While seeing a bear is an exciting moment, it is important to remember that bears are wild and can be dangerous. Their behavior is sometimes unpredictable.
As warmer weather approaches, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration urges drivers to take the proper precautions before and while driving on the roadway.
Starting a garden is a fun way to teach your kids about healthy fruits and vegetables and get some exercise as you work on a project together.
Scientists just got one step closer to the next generation of solar panels. Today’s solar panels convert sunlight to electricity using silicon crystal chemistry.
Unfortunately, many parents idle their vehicles while waiting for their children to be released from school, wasting fuel and producing both smog-forming and greenhouse gas emissions.
The total solar eclipse that will streak across the United States from coast to coast on Aug. 21st will pass directly over Clemson University.
There’s another reason to dust off those running shoes. Vigorous exercise may help prevent vision loss, according to a pair of studies from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
Whether you live in Bangor, Maine, or Bakersfield, California, your home will be more comfortable and energy efficient with the right insulation. Insulation helps lower the cost of heating and cooling your home.
If you’re looking to get in shape, a membership at a gym, fitness center, health spa, or sports club could be a good option.
Notice how large some portions are these days? Here’s a tip. Eat half now and box half to go.
Armed with $30, his Facebook friends and just a week to campaign, Wofford College junior Phillip Habib managed to become the current youngest elected official in South Carolina.
Thousands of young people are targets of bullying and cyberbullying every day, putting many at risk for outcomes such as depression or school absenteeism.
The South Carolina Department of Commerce has been awarded a State Trade Expansion Program grant from the U.S. Small Business Administration for the fifth year.
Make zero-waste lunches this year: you could prevent 67 pounds of waste and save tons of money! Most parents pack lunch items in single-use plastic bags, aluminum foil, or wax paper, or they purchase single-serving items that come in their own disposable package.
Serving dishes like bourbon and coke glazed meatloaf, pimento cheese sandwiches and more, there’s a new American and Southern fusion restaurant open in Spartanburg! Jennifer Martin of WSPA recently took a look inside Mothers.
Fruits and vegetables are at the top of USDA’s back to school list, and just in time for the new school year, the Pilot Project for Procurement of Unprocessed Fruits and Vegetables is making great strides.
Is your medicine cabinet filled with expired drugs or medications you no longer use? How should you dispose of them?
The possibility of public health emergencies arising in the United States concerns many people in the wake of recent hurricanes, tsunamis, and the threat of pandemic influenza.
Spartanburg has always been green. Late winter and spring rains in the foothills that embrace Spartanburg inevitably reawaken for another season the countless species of flowers, shrubs, and trees that have called Spartanburg “home” for centuries.