It may be bittersweet to say goodbye to summer. But fall brings its own charm with crisp autumn afternoons, colorful leaves, and fall festivals.
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The Community Grants Program awards up to $5,000 per application and is open to both individual artists, non-profits, and government agencies.
The South Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association recently announced the winners for the 9th Annual Upstate Hospitality Awards, celebrating the exceptional professionalism and outstanding service of top individuals in the industry.
A recent study estimates that more than 2 million U.S. middle and high school students reported currently using e-cigarettes in 2021, with more than 8 in 10 of those youth using flavored e-cigarettes.
In Spartanburg, there is no shortage of fun and free things to do, whether you’re moving to the city or just passing through for a relaxing vacation.
GE has announced a five-year, $5 million investment in Greenville, South Carolina, to launch Next Engineers, a global college-readiness program designed to increase the diversity of young people in engineering.
As the days become shorter and the weather starts to cool, people of all ages will get a chance to leap into fall and enjoy the beautiful outdoors.
As residents prepare for fun with friends and family on Halloween and through the upcoming the holiday season, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control encourages everyone to stay safe and follow recommendations that will best protect against COVID-19.
Wofford College’s campus will soon have electric scooters available to for trips across campus and trips to downtown Spartanburg.
The Blood Connection’s hospital partners are reporting they are using blood at a much higher rate than normal. When demand is high, and the supply is critically low – that is a dangerous equation for the community.