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.
Greenville Co., SC has a lot to offer. We show what is going on and give you information about the cities in the county.
Greenville’s annual Wells Fargo Red, White and Blue festival scheduled for July 4 has been canceled due to a significant increase in the number of new COVID-19 cases in the community.
From Raven Cliff Falls in northern Greenville County to Hikers Peril in northwestern Oconee County, the Upstate boasts waterfalls ranging in height from 40 feet to 700 feet.
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.
Using everything from sawmill scraps to pieces found along the side of the road, Nathan Witt of Fiddlesticks Woodwerx turns Upstate trees into treasures.
The City of Mauldin is looking for local farmers and artisans to participate in its summer farmers market to be held on Tuesdays from June 2 – July 28.
If you’re considering a move to the Upstate or within the Upstate, livability is something to consider. Check the livability score of several Upstate cities, calculated by AreaVibes.
Carolina Olive Oil, LLC in downtown Simpsonville has received the BBB Applause Award for meeting and exceeding advertising standards.
Jobs in manufacturing, distribution, customer service, education, government, nonprofit and healthcare will be available during SC Works Greater Upstate’s first ever virtual job fair on Thursday, May 7.
Registration is open until April 30 for the 10th Annual SOOIE, Mauldin BBQ Cook-off coming September 18-19 to Mauldin Cultural Center.
Fall for Greenville has launched a new online guide to highlight festival participants who are currently offering online ordering, special menus and curbside pick-up or delivery.
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?
During these days of social distancing, Riverstead, a 418-acre agrihood in northern Greenville County, is the perfect setting.
The cities of Greer and Greenville will hold virtual Touch-A-Truck events this week showcasing the cool trucks in their fleets.
Another local scene sidelined by the Coronavirus outbreak is live music, and in the Upstate, that represents a heavy slice of both entertainment and employment. Sunday Songwriters is trying to help.
Upstate restaurants are perfecting takeout, curbside delivery, home delivery, and online ordering and pay options to weather the storm caused by the Coronavirus crisis.
What started as downtime doodling has earned Jordan Fretz of Simpsonville finalist honors in the prestigious international Communication Arts Magazine competition and the hashtag #corrugatedartist.
Members of Greer-based Trade Street Band are using their passion for playing to create music for commercials, films, documentaries, podcasts and even those cat videos on YouTube, with their new company, Melodicom.