Lindsay Lloyd was planning her own wedding as design and construction of Edgewood Farm got underway. Like most brides, she was focused on the details of her special day – details that helped her shape a new wedding and event venue along the shores of Lake Hartwell in Townville.
Anderson Co., SC has a lot to offer. We show what is going on and give you information about the cities in the county.
Bon Appetit calls shaved snow the “fluffiest, most delightful frozen dessert there is” and now you can find it right here in the Upstate. With locations in Anderson and Powdersville, Vampire Penguin Dessert Shop offers a full complement of shaved snow flavors.
After 16 months, Historic Pelzer Auditorium returns to life tonight with a sold out performance by Honey and The Hot Rods, followed by the July 23 kickoff of Mill Town Players’ seventh season.
It’s time to don the Red, White and Blue and visit an Upstate town near you for some Fourth of July fun. Check out these Independence Day celebrations around the region.
Whether a comeback or a career change, Tri-County Technical College in Pendleton is helping area workers recover after a year dealing with the COVID pandemic.
Kathy Stone has owned The Gray House in Starr for almost 33 years and has grown the rural restaurant into a dining destination, a bed and breakfast and a sought-after site for weddings and special events.
At almost 10 acres, Twin Creeks Lavender Farm in Williamston features five acres and seven varieties of the fragrant herb and a commercial kitchen where more than 100 products are made using all natural, organic ingredients.
A new website, StartGrowUpstate.com, that connects entrepreneurs with business resources across the Upstate has been launched by Ten at the Top.