Everyone is invited to join the fun! Four hundred Pine Street School students, parents, and community members will run a five kilometer US Track & Field-certified race through Converse Heights, the neighborhood surrounding the school, on Saturday, March 9.
Traditions: Compounded examines the historical cores of visual art — drawing and painting — and presents ten artists who take these staples and turn them on their heads, using surprising techniques, concepts, and combinations.
Sherman College of Chiropractic recently celebrated its commitment to Spartanburg and to principled chiropractic education during the opening of the Thom and Betty Gelardi Student Center on the college’s 80-acre campus in Spartanburg.
Just in time for summer, United Airlines is adding a new nonstop city from Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP). Denver (DEN) will become the airline’s fifth nonstop destination from GSP on June 7.
The history of Presidents’ Day can be traced back to the late 1700s. People began celebrating George Washington’s birthday, February 22, while he was still president. About a hundred years later, his birthday became a federal holiday.