The kudos keep coming for Greenville and the Upstate, with the Swamp Rabbit Trail recently ranking sixth on the list of Best Fall Foliage Bike Trails in the U.S., published by TimeOut, a global media and leisure company.
The Upstate is getting ready to cut loose with color as fall’s sunny days and cool nights transform the vibrant green forest foliage into a brilliant palette of oranges, reds, golds and pinks. It’s time to gather up the family and take to the mountains for that annual rite of autumn — leaf peeping.
A crowdfunding campaign has raised almost $6,000 for a new mural in downtown Travelers Rest called The Postage Stamp Mural.
After half a century, Greenville County’s Textile Crescent is again at the center of opportunity, with the Woodside and Monaghan Mills area on track to see its first new construction in 50 years.
Fresh Taste, the City of Anderson’s annual spotlight on downtown farm-to-table dining, will have a new look this year as the event moves from Carolina Wren Park to a weeklong tasting at individual restaurants.
Spartanburg-based Guy Roofing Inc. has returned to NASCAR with primary sponsorship of JD Motorsports driver and Simpsonville native Colby Howard.
Historic Pelzer Auditorium in Anderson County, home to the award-winning Mill Town Players, celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2020.
Paulette Alden was born the same month in the same year in the same city that the Willie Earle trial took place. But it would be more than 70 years before the Greenville native would fully examine her hometown’s most infamous case to better understand the present with her new novel, The Empty Cell.