Amid concerns regarding the coronavirus, several events are being canceled and postponed here in the Upstate.
Good to Know
Spartanburg Community College has named Bank of America, Piedmont Natural Gas, Toray Composite Materials America and Milliken & Company as its Economic Visionaries 2020 award winners.
Members of Greer-based Trade Street Band are using their passion for playing to create music for commercials, films, documentaries, podcasts and even those cat videos on YouTube, with their new company, Melodicom.
A new exhibition at the Upcountry History Museum in Greenville celebrates the 100th anniversary of ratification of the 19th amendment that granted women the right to vote. Guaranteeing Her Right…The 19th Amendment, Women and the Right to Vote will be housed at the museum until September 4.
The first Carolina Eats recipe sweepstakes of 2020 is in the books with Gail Richards of Chesnee taking home the grand prize – a Big Green Egg and all the accessories from Bob Burnett’s Appliance & Bedding Center in Spartanburg.
Traci McConnell’s Hawaiian Teriyaki Burgers advance in the Carolina Eats March Hoops Recipe Sweepstakes presented by Ingles.
Gail Richards developed Spicy Roasted Cauli Tacos, her meatless taco recipe, when her husband announced his decision to become a vegetarian. Richards, of Chesnee, is a finalist in the Carolina Eats March Hoops Recipe Sweepstakes.
Gospel music, mill village artifacts, basketball and more on tap at Discover Piedmont Day this Saturday, March 7
Crafts, mill village artifacts, 3 on 3 basketball and gospel singing are all on tap for Discover Piedmont Day 2020 on Saturday, March 7, in the town of Piedmont SC.
Brenda Watts of Gaffney prepares her Colombian Cottage Chili recipe as a finalist in the Carolina Eats March Hoops Recipe Sweepstakes presented by Ingles.
On Tuesday, March 17, the Greenville area SBDC will host a seminar to help small business owners prepare for events that that could idle or close their business, helping identify their most likely threats and provide guidance on how to best prepare for when they occur.
Kim Garrison of Taylors prepares her Party Fajitas recipe in the Carolina Eats March Hoops Recipe Sweepstakes.
Veera Gaul of Greenville prepares her Hummus 3-Pointer recipe featuring Beet, Lemon and Pumpkin hummus in the Carolina Eats March Hoops recipe sweepstakes.
It ranked 8th on last fall’s Airbnb list of the top 10 trending destinations worldwide and it has a university that is No. 50 on U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges” list. As the designations pile up, Anderson SC has embarked on major downtown development and a connectivity plan to make the city limits accessible to all of its residents.
For almost 20 years, adult learners have comprised nearly 40 percent of the college-going population. At Spartanburg Community College, 46 percent of students are “non-traditional” or “return to learn” students.
What would your life be like if you had more energy throughout the day and you intuitively knew how to respond to change and challenge? Learn more during a HeartMath® Workshop in Spartanburg on Feb. 29.
Seed libraries are a growing trend, with about 500 sprouting up at public libraries and community centers across the country. Spartanburg County Public Libraries will add its downtown headquarters to the list of seed libraries in the Upstate on Feb. 27.
A business-friendly state with a strong workforce, could SC be the home to the next supersonic commercial airplane?
Steve Grant of Greenville lost both of his children to drug overdoses. Now, he has written a new book entitled Don’t Forget Me as a survival manual and a lifeline to remind parents and others that they are not alone.