Holiday parades, festivals and celebrations that were sidelined last year due to COVID-19 are making a comeback this year as Upstate cities and towns host everything from tree lightings to ice skating.
Hendersonville’s collection of holiday events, known as Home for the Holidays, returns this year with festivities starting the day after Thanksgiving and running through the end of the year.
The Ingles Open Road visits a North Carolina National Heritage Site three miles south of the picturesque town of Saluda. It’s a 268-acre glen that houses a gem on Colt Creek. Welcome to Pearson’s Falls.
John Robert (Bob) McClure, founder of International Plastics in Greenville, passed away on Nov. 5, 2021 at the age of 95. The McClure family established a national brand based here in the Upstate and has provided jobs to South Carolinians for almost six decades.
Elizabeth McDaniel calls it the longest, softest opening ever. But LaRue Fine Chocolate in West Greenville has found its footing after launching a retail store in the middle of a worldwide pandemic.
During National Home Care and Hospice Month in November, Interim HealthCare is honoring the contributions of its more than 800 team members that provide home health, hospice and personal care for patients to age in place or recover at home.
It truly is the most wonderful time of the year, but it’s also true for scammers who find the holiday season an opportune time to take advantage of shoppers. Learn about current holidays scams and how to avoid them from BBB Upstate.
There’s a bit of a shadow hanging over holiday shopping this year, three words that could leave even Santa scratching his head: Supply chain crisis.