Being engaged with community has become a challenge during COVID-19 and physical distancing. The ability to connect with others is essential, especially for those in recovery.
Registration for Upstate International’s summer foreign language classes is now open, with online and in-house classes beginning the week of June 22.
Heidi Gomez of Spartanburg wins grand prize in Carolina Eats Memorial Day Chillin’ & Grillin’ Recipe Sweepstakes
Heidi Gomez of Spartanburg won an LG Kitchen Range from Bob Burnett’s Appliance & Bedding Center as the grand prize winner in the Carolina Eats Memorial Day Chillin’ & Grillin’ Recipe Sweepstakes presented by Ingles.
From lakes to mountain streams, the Upstate offers some of South Carolina’s best spots for fishing.
For the first time in its nearly 20-year history, The Art Bomb’s Spring Show is going virtual.
Greenville’ Synergy Mill recently partnered with 3DforCOVID to deliver 5,000 face shields to frontline healthcare workers along the East Coast.
The Dray Bar & Grill in-home concert series continues tonight with a live performance by Spartanburg singer-songwriter Jamison Smith at 7 p.m.
European vacations, Caribbean cruises and spring break getaways all came to a screeching halt amid the coronavirus pandemic. Now, cabin fever has many of us dreaming about destinations near and far, but when will we be able to travel?
The Boiling Springs community is coming together for 3-year-old Lettie June Burgess who was recently diagnosed with T-Cell lymphoblastic lymphoma.
Beginning Monday, May 4, the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (SCDMV) will reopen all 66 branch offices throughout the state. operating by appointment only.
Tell your customers about your new hours and pickup options on Livin’ Upstate SC.
The Well Center in Pendleton is offering free mental health counseling for those with disabilities who are experiencing greater barriers to services and quality of life due to COVID-19.
Springtime in the South means that snakes are on the move. Watch your step and know what to do should you encounter one.
With traditional, in-person job fairs on hold due to social distancing, SC Works Greater Upstate will hold its first ever Virtual Job Fair on Thursday, May 7.
Upstate Shag professionals Jeff and Dede Ward continue their four-week Shag for Beginners series with Lesson Three: Male Turn.
While coronavirus has closed Spartanburg’s OnAgain OffAgain Farm to observers, Livin’ Upstate was invited to document the farm’s most important annual event – the shearing of the alpacas.
The elderly and those with cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic respiratory illness, high blood pressure and cancer are at higher risk of getting sicker from COVID-19. But what about the 54 million Americans with arthritis or those with another autoimmune illness that compromise the body’s immune system?
It’s Week Two of our four-week The Shag for Beginners course, when we’ll learn the female turn from Shagging pros Jeff and Dede Ward.