Greenville Transit Authority, aka Greenlink, was awarded a $5 million grant from FTA’s 2020 Low or No-emission “Lo-No” Bus Program. It was the public transportation system’s fourth grant in as many budget cycles, allowing Greenlink to put more green in its bus fleet.
If you’re into fishing, kayaking, canoeing or simply a peaceful afternoon on the water, visit Lake Robinson in Greer SC. And if you don’t have a kayak or canoe of your own, Cole’s Bait Shop can fix you up.
Submit your recipe in the Carolina Eats Winning Game Day Recipe Sweepstakes for a chance to win a $250 Ingles gift card and a two-night stay at the Charleston Marriott.
It’s best to leave fireworks to the experts, but area residents who plan to use consumer fireworks for their July 4 celebrations are urged by local fire officials to take safety precautions and to be aware of local ordinances concerning the use of fireworks.
Art Therapist Ginny Gaulin, owner of The Well Center in Pendleton, uses all forms of art to treat depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorders and other mental health conditions.
Administrative, professional, management and IT jobs will be the focus of SC Works Greater Upstate’s virtual job fair on Thursday, July 16, from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m.
First-time restaurateurs Deana and Mike Okun opened Burgers & Bakery in the former Le Spice Restaurant on Warren H. Abernathy Highway in Spartanburg early this year.
Axe throwing is one of the hottest new things to do and now Spartanburg has its own venue for tossing tomahawks.
Housed in a former gas station on Poinsett Highway in Greenville, Dixie Gem is a haven for rock and gem collectors and for those in search of the healing power of the earth.
In his new book, Lost Restaurants of Greenville, author John M. Nolan preserves the stories of 28 of the city’s pioneering restaurants like Charlie’s Steakhouse, Vince Perone’s and Bistro Europa.
Greer Soup Kitchen serves 100-120 meals seven days a week but feeding Greer’s hungry and homeless is just the beginning of what the organization’s more than 500 monthly volunteers are accomplishing.
Now in its 16th year, the Upstate’s popular Reedy River Duck Derby will be an online event on Saturday, July 11, at 2:30 p.m.
After a pause in service due to COVID-19, Greenlink has resumed its popular trolley service in downtown Greenville with a redesigned trolley route network.
Our roles as parents have been seemingly transformed by the COVID-19 pandemic, suddenly finding ourselves as teachers in addition to the already long list of responsibilities of parenting. The good news is that the essential ingredients to positive parenting haven’t changed.
Several Upstate farmers markets are opening this week with restrictions in place to protect the health and safety of attendees amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Companies can sign up for free for SC Works Greater Upstate’s next virtual job fair on July 16, focusing on administrative, executive, management and Information Technology positions available across the Upstate.
Using everything from sawmill scraps to pieces found along the side of the road, Nathan Witt of Fiddlesticks Woodwerx turns Upstate trees into treasures.
United Way of Anderson is coordinating efforts to provide frontline assistance to Anderson County residents during the COVID-19 pandemic.