Heidi Trull likes to say that Grits and Groceries is at the center of the universe. After 16 years in business, the destination restaurant in Belton has truly achieved universal appeal, appearing in numerous local, state and national publications and putting the Upstate on the culinary map.
If you’re looking for a way to reset and recharge, the National Park Service is inviting you to enjoy the outdoors, learn a little history and perhaps visit a new place during National Park Week, April 17-25. There are three national parks right here in the Upstate.
City of Anderson officials are focusing on details of the downtown experience as a new hotel, apartment building, brewery and more prepare to open by the end of this year.
BridgeWay Station, an 80-acre, mixed-use development along Interstate 385 next to Holland and Bridges Road in Mauldin will feature old-world architecture in multiple buildings with retail, office, residential, institutional, entertainment and restaurant space.
Hendersonville’s Cider, Wine & Dine Weekend returns April 15-18 with tastings, tours, live music and more
After a year’s hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, Hendersonville’s Cider, Wine & Dine Weekend returns April 15-18, inviting visitors to drink, eat and celebrate the area’s wine and cider scene.
Prisma Health’s Upstate Community Abilities Network (UCAN) has partnered with Upstate Pickleball to add the country’s fastest growing sport to its list of adaptive sports offerings.
Diane Leary of Anderson is the grand prize winner in the Carolina Eats Makin’ Meals Under $20 Recipe Sweepstakes presented by Ingles, taking home an LG microwave from Bob Burnett’s Appliance & Bedding in Spartanburg.
SC Governors School grad and Grammy award winner Danielle Brooks talks about her latest role channeling gospel legend Mahalia Jackson and offers advice to area young people who have their dreams set on Hollywood.