Halloween in Spartanburg has arrived, and we have your guide to finding spooky thrills and family friendly adventures. The area has fun and exciting things to do for people of all ages!
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Local news for Spartanburg, South Carolina and the surrounding Upstate communities.
Chapman Cultural Center is excited to announce that Downtown Programming, the popular street music series, has returned to the Spartanburg Downtown Cultural District!
In addition to takeout and delivery, many of Spartanburg’s restaurants have reopened for indoor and outdoor dining!
Spartanburg City Council gave unanimous final approval to a development agreement with Drayton Holdings for a new 320-unit apartment project.
Completed ground-penetrating radar testing of Woodland Cemetery on the Clemson University campus has located more than 600 possible unmarked graves throughout much of the cemetery.
As forest fires rage across the West, forests in the Southeast are being destroyed for wood pellets and burned in power stations in Europe.
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.
A new state law and attendant regulations enabled by Act 177 will provide significant protections for South Carolina’s native turtle populations, as well as other native reptiles and amphibians.
Although Halloween may look different this year, there are still ways for South Carolinians to celebrate while avoiding the scare of being exposed to or spreading COVID-19.
Like many retirees, Mike Ayers and John Lane often spend their time mowing grass. Plenty of that grass is associated with Wofford College, too.