The healthcare industry has been called a cemetery for innovation, but Anderson-based Sync.MD has developed a new app to help improve the healthcare delivery system by giving patients a convenient, secure way to control their own health records.
It was built in 1908 by Piedmont Manufacturing Co. as a home for single women working in the mill. Almost 115 years later, the former Piedmont YWCA is set to house the artifacts of everyday life in the mill village as the new home of Piedmont History Museum.
Jobs, natural resources and quality of life all contributed to the Upstate’s best places to live, work or retire rankings in 2021 and are reasons why the Upstate population is expected to grow by almost 400,000 by 2040, according to Ten at the Top.
The Anderson International Festival, GermanFest, begins next week with a kickoff event at Anderson Arts Center followed by a series of countywide activities held through March.
As 2021 nears its end, we looked back to see which stories got the most attention during the year. Your favorites crossed the Upstate from Spartanburg and Easley to Lake Hartwell and Sugar Tit, covering topics from best places to live to fishing and food.
Registration is now open for the 2022 Bassmaster Kayak Series powered by TourneyX, which will visit fisheries in six states including Richard B. Russell Lake in Anderson March 2-3.
Anderson, South Carolina has been named one of the best places in the country to live and retire by AARP.
Katina and Tim Shirley closed on their five-acre farm in West Pelzer on Nov. 12. On Dec. 3 and 4, they will host Christmastime at Dalrymple Place, a two-day holiday celebration at the South Carolina century farm that will benefit a new Upstate gathering home for siblings in foster care.