ArtWalk, the self-guided tour of Spartanburg’s downtown arts community, is the third Thursday of every month when many of the art galleries and museums stay open late.
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Many years ago, Veterans Administration medical officials told Dwight Hylton that his deteriorating aortic valve would need medical attention at some point. Back then, the problem was not bad enough for treatment.
Outdoor enthusiasts can download a free app (Survey123) for their smartphone that will help them document sightings of ruffed grouse in the Palmetto State for the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR).
Hub City is set to publish memoirist Cinelle Barnes’s New Writers of Color on the American South, an anthology of twenty writers’ experiences living, working, and writing in “the New South.”
The Spartanburg Academic Movement has hired Vivian Ann Shaver as a continuous improvement coach-trainer for area schools. The practice of continuous improvement science has long been effectively applied in corporate sectors.
Recently, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released a new plan to improve regulation of dietary supplements – the first update in 25 years.
Healthy Laughter Spartanburg 2019 utilizes a live stand-up comedy event to help promote healthcare and healthy lifestyle choices to the surrounding community.
As the saying goes, “the rain doesn’t fall the same on all.” That’s why the SCDNR’s State Climatology Office always has a need for a greater number of volunteer citizen-scientist weather observers.
Converse alumna Anna Kathryn Haverty Backer and husband Joe Backer first started their music lessons business during graduate school.
Nathan Hoover scored 20 points in the second half, as the No. 20 Wofford Terriers topped the second-seeded UNCG Spartans 70-58, coming from behind to claim the program’s fifth Southern Conference Championship and earning an automatic bid to the 2019 NCAA Tournament.