Are you ready for some magic and holiday excitement with lights, stars, and Santa? Consider a visit to Roper Mountain Holiday Lights, open Thanksgiving night through Dec. 30th.
The Greenville-Pickens Speedway is lighting up the nights this holiday season with the largest interactive holiday lights display in the Upstate.
Hub City Bookshop will host Betty Montgomery and Dick Carr for a reading and signing on November 28th from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm to promote their latest book Hydrangeas: How to Grow, Cultivate & Enjoy.
Come to Greenville’s Aloft Hotel between 9:00 am and 6:00 pm on Nov. 28th to meet and talk with Verizon sales leaders.
Turducken. The name doesn’t sound appetizing, but once you cut into the triple layers of chicken, duck and turkey, you can see why people bypass the traditional Thanksgiving turkey for this all-in-one, mega-stuffed delicacy.
The USC Upstate cross country and track and field programs are set to host their annual Gobble Your Giblets 5K Run on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 23rd.
The Spartanburg County Foundation awarded $109,837 in capacity-building grants to fourteen nonprofit organizations working to improve the lives of Spartanburg County residents across all seven Spartanburg Community Indicator Areas.
While frozen, a turkey is safe indefinitely. As soon as it begins to thaw, bacteria that may have been present before freezing will begin to grow again.
Over the last few years, our local restaurant scene has taken off in ways few people would’ve imagined a decade ago, with new and exciting concepts opening with almost metronomic regularity.
Spartanburg City Council approved an indoor pool facility in a 5-2 vote, with council members Laura Stille and Alan Jenkins voting against.
Paper Worlds is a group exhibition featuring the work of nine artists who push the boundaries and capabilities of paper.
Clemson University scientists researching ways to reduce water pollution and protect a rare species of fish landed grants from the South Carolina Water Resources Center.
As Thanksgiving approaches, cooking the traditional turkey dinner gives rise to anxieties and questions. What kind of turkey should you buy?
Going to the doctor, going to the dentist—all part of taking care of your health. But going to the eye doctor? Also important! Eye exams at every age and life stage can help keep your vision strong.
It was standing room only, and the energy was electric as the Terriers took the court for the first time in the sparkling new Jerry Richardson Indoor Stadium.
Thanksgiving is all about abundance. Everyone wants to bring their favorite dish, or needs to have both pumpkin and apple pie (with whipped cream on top).
OneSpartanburg is a volunteer-led initiative, focused around a five-year economic and community development plan that was more than a year in the making.
Dr. Carmen Harris says she was so surprised to receive an email asking for her help on a British documentary that before she responded, she checked to make sure it was on the level.
ACE Bakery, an artisan bakery that produces par-baked breads for retail customers, is expanding its existing Cherokee County operations. The $31.9 million investment is expected to create 40 new jobs over the next several years.
An innovative new kind of community garden is coming to Spartanburg’s Southside.
The carbon credit market is taking shape across the globe and South Carolina forest landowners are learning how they can take advantage of this new revenue stream while helping slow climate change.
Enjoy the crisp fall weather while you are outside for these November chores.
Vetroresina LLC, a manufacturer of fiber-reinforced polyester laminates, is expanding its existing operations in Greenville County. To accommodate continued growth, the company is investing $7.5 million and creating 17 new jobs.
Spartanburg Little Theatre’s season continues with One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, running through Nov. 12th. Tickets are now available.
Animals are forced to cross roads and highways in search of food, water, cover and mates—placing them in the path of our speeding vehicles.