Holiday parades, festivals and celebrations that were sidelined last year due to COVID-19 are making a comeback this year as Upstate cities and towns host everything from tree lightings to ice skating.
Spartanburg Co., SC has a lot to offer. We show what is going on and give you information about the cities in the county.
It truly is the most wonderful time of the year, but it’s also true for scammers who find the holiday season an opportune time to take advantage of shoppers. Learn about current holidays scams and how to avoid them from BBB Upstate.
This year marks the 15th anniversary of the Ellis & Bradley Turkey Fry for Miracle Hill Ministries, with the tradition of feeding the body and soul of the hurting and needy in the Upstate taking place at the Spartanburg Rescue Mission on Tues., Nov. 23.
The word ‘hospice’ is a frightening one for many. But for the Rhinehart family of Pacolet, the term has come to mean a better quality of life during the time that remains.
Charleston may be the hub for paranormal activity in South Carolina, but the Upstate certainly has its share of spooky and supernatural stories.
A generous gift from retired Spartanburg ophthalmologist Dr. Lawrence Roël and his wife, Dr. Kathryn Hicks, will fund a creek stabilization and beautification project on SCC’s Giles campus and a multi-year project focusing on ecology and environmental stewardship.
Spartanburg ranks No. 1 on U.S. News’ Best Places to Live in South Carolina in 2021-2022, followed by Myrtle Beach, Greenville, Charleston and Columbia.
The School of Horticulture at Spartanburg Community College celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2021, offering the only Associates degree in horticulture in the Upstate and giving students a hands-on teaching environment at one of five recognized arboretums in Spartanburg County.