History comes alive with a downtown walking map of Spartanburg that provides visitors and residents alike with fourteen historic points of interest.
It may be the end of September, but certain parts of the country have already had their first dusting of snow.
Just like spring showers made way for May flowers all across Biltmore’s landscape, this summer’s thundershowers have created an abundance of full healthy leaves.
Paper Worlds is a group exhibition featuring the work of nine artists who push the boundaries and capabilities of paper.
Dr. Stephen Knott, a professor of national security at the United States Naval War College and an expert on Alexander Hamilton, will deliver Wofford College’s annual Constitution Day Lecture at 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 21, in Leonard Auditorium.
It may be bittersweet to say goodbye to summer. But fall brings its own charm with crisp autumn afternoons, colorful leaves and fall festivals.
What makes you feel alive? What makes you laugh uncontrollably? What brings a lump to your throat and tears to your eyes?
The ARTS Center of Clemson is pleased to announce the opening of a new exhibit titled “Inside / Outside,” open through September 29th at Clemson City Hall.
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.
The hit comedy film becomes a fresh, fun and upbeat musical that explodes on stage at Spartanburg Little Theatre. Performances continue through September 24th.
It’s been ten years since the Chapman Cultural Center campus was officially opened at 200 E. St. John St.
For the first time in more than ten years, the South Carolina WaterMedia Society’s annual Traveling Exhibit is in Spartanburg. The exhibit takes place throughout September and will be on public display at West Main Artists Co-Op.
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.”
New York Times columnist David Brooks will discuss today’s political climate in a guest lecture at 7:30 pm Tuesday, Sept. 26th, at Wofford College.
Five hundred years ago, Martin Luther – without meaning to – changed the world forever.
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma are wreaking devastation from Texas to Florida to Puerto Rico, and beyond. Generous people across the country are doing what they can to help their neighbors in need.
We’ve all had the experience of blasting through the grocery store, starving, trying to figure out what to get.
In the rush to be close to nature or create economic growth, how structural changes impact the coastal environment is often lost.
Offshore wind has the potential to deliver large amounts of clean, renewable energy to fulfill the electrical needs of cities along U.S. coastlines.
Equifax recently announced that approximately 143 million Americans have had their personal information exposed due to an attack on their system between May and June of this year.
Each year, we witness the devastating impacts that hurricanes can cause. High winds, heavy rainfall, tornadoes, and flooding can be felt hundreds of miles inland, potentially causing loss of life and catastrophic damage to property.
A portion of one of the city’s most important downtown gateway intersections is set to get a huge makeover with construction of a new 19,000 square foot development on the southeast corner of E Main and Pine streets.
The prize for Lindsey Alexander’s unpublished manuscript, Impostor from the Future, is $1,000 and publication by Hub City Press in September of 2018.
If you’ve never see the end result of a dog or cat investigating a porcupine, a quick Internet search will pull up a cornucopia of photos featuring animals covered in quills.
With a practiced flick of his wrist, Dustin Stanberry can send a hand-tied fly spinning out above the water to strike precisely where he thinks his targets are waiting.
It only takes one storm to change your life and community. Tropical cyclones are among nature’s most powerful and destructive phenomena.
Sales of BMW brand vehicles decreased 7.7 percent in August for a total of 23,553 compared to 25,531 vehicles sold in August 2016.
Hub City Press announces the establishment of the $10,000 C. Michael Curtis Short Story Book Prize. Submissions will be accepted through January 1, 2018.
Clemson University Cooperative Extension is organizing a series of daylong workshops throughout the state to help professional landscapers properly apply weed control and fertilizer.
Honey bees play an important role in Spartanburg County’s environment and South Carolina’s economy. Honey bees add millions of dollars statewide to the value of fruit, vegetable and seed crops.
The Spartanburg Little Theatre recently revealed the five productions that will make up its 2017-18 season. The season kicks off with Legally Blonde on September 8th.
bo parts GmbH Launching New Production Operations in Upstate; $4.1 Million Investment and 100 New Jobs ExpectedPosted on Wednesday, August 23, 2017
bo parts GmbH, a tier one and tier two supplier to the automotive industry and part of the FRIMO Group, is launching new operations in Greenville County.
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.
Spartanburg County manufacturing employment has hit a 10-year high according to the most recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Chapman Cultural Center recently launched programming for Spartanburg’s Downtown Cultural District. Through dynamic and diverse offerings, Chapman Cultural Center hopes to support an economically vibrant city for broad community benefit.
South Carolina Farm to Institution is excited to announce its inaugural summit on Tuesday, September 19th from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the R2i2 Conference Center in Columbia.
Bonafide Kayaks, a manufacturer and producer of fishing kayaks, is launching new manufacturing operations in Greenville County. The company is investing $2 million to create 76 new jobs over the next three years.
The waterways and coastlines of the United States are an important national resource, supporting jobs and providing views and recreation.
Sherman College’s Chiropractic Health Center is home to the newest Little Free Library® in the Spartanburg area.
If you want more fiber, nutrients and antioxidants in your diet, eat more vegetables!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.