Chapman Cultural Center is excited to announce that Mayfair Art Studios will continue classes through the month of August!
Spartanburg, SC and Upstate News
Local news for Spartanburg, South Carolina and the surrounding Upstate communities.
A new multifamily development near Drayton Mills Lofts cleared its first hurdle at a recent city council meeting where the council voted unanimously to approve annexation of a parcel across the street from the redeveloped historic mill.
The University of South Carolina Upstate is pleased to announce David Church, vice president of oncology and support services for Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System, has been named chairman of the Spartanburg County Commission for Higher Education.
Free COVID-19 testing is now available to the public at the Charles Lea Center, located at 195 Burdette Street in Spartanburg, from 9:00 am until 4:00 pm or while test supplies last.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control announced on August 11th a total of 928 new confirmed cases and 45 additional confirmed deaths.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is launching Hear Her, a national campaign that brings attention to pregnancy-related deaths and provides education and encouragement to pregnant and postpartum women (within one year of delivery).
Emily Hathcock, a rising sophomore at Wofford College, is taking her love of medicine and passion for helping others to a global scale.
As the world marks five months since this coronavirus was declared a pandemic, the American Red Cross recognizes and celebrates blood and platelet donors who have rolled up a sleeve to help patients during this crisis.
You know how to help prevent the spread of COVID-19: Wash your hands. Cover your cough and sneeze. Wear a mask. Stay at least six feet apart.
Experts say we are in for a busy hurricane season this summer and the Red Cross of South Carolina needs volunteers to help in local communities.