While Spartanburg’s most significant tie to Germany – BMW Manufacturing Co.’s Plant Spartanburg – is well-known, the connections go much deeper, greatly benefiting our county’s economy over the decades.
The South Carolina Department Health of and Environmental Control reminds South Carolinians to take extra precautions when enjoying the outdoors to help prevent skin cancer.
Many South Carolina residents enjoy feeding wild birds. Several bird species commonly visit feeders providing an opportunity for residents to enjoy watching them nearby.
The self check-in kiosks are a new and convenient amenity that allows passengers to check in for their flight, print boarding passes and check their luggage in a quick and efficient manner.
Her Story is a bookclub that usually meets at Hub City Bookshop on the first (and sometimes second) Wednesday of each month to discuss books about women, by women.
More than 600,000 Americans have lost Medicaid coverage since pandemic protections ended on April 1.
Clemson University horticulture major Mary Featherstone’s passion for the environment began when she read Rachel Carson’s “Silent Spring” in high school.
Play Ball Weekend is baseball’s signature youth engagement activity where each MiLB team holds a single event geared towards exciting the next wave of baseball fans during the same weekend each year.
Maintain the mowing height for fescue lawns at three inches. Try to mow frequently enough to remove no more than one-third of the blade at a time.
It’s never hard to find folks willing too share their opinions about litter, and thankfully for those of us in Spartanburg, it’s also not hard to find folks willing to put their time and energy into combatting it.