Spartanburg manufacturer SantoLubes is producing hand sanitizer at a rate of two million gallons per week and fulfilling demand on a first-come, first-served basis.
Spartanburg Co., SC has a lot to offer. We show what is going on and give you information about the cities in the county.
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.
The Dray Bar & Grill in-home concert series continues tonight with a live performance by Spartanburg singer-songwriter Jamison Smith at 7 p.m.
The Boiling Springs community is coming together for 3-year-old Lettie June Burgess who was recently diagnosed with T-Cell lymphoblastic lymphoma.
Student emergency funds are especially important now as colleges navigate issues related to the coronavirus pandemic. That’s why the SCC Foundation is participating in #GivingTuesdayNow, today’s global day of unity held in response to the needs caused by COVID-19
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.
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.
To help answer the call for food donations locally, Vic Bailey Volkswagen in Spartanburg has launched a “Fill The Atlas” campaign to benefit The Bridge at Green Street.
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.
Brown-Forman, PFG, Initial Q offering free meals for service industry professionals this Saturday in Spartanburg
Brown-Forman Beverages and Performance Food Group (PFG) are teaming up with Initial Q Social Bar & Smokehouse in Spartanburg to provide free meals-to-go for Upstate service industry professionals on Saturday, March 28.
With her on site sessions now sidelined due to the COVID-19 outbreak, music therapist Alison Hughey is finding new ways to provide care.
Pink On Main in Spartanburg is leading a volunteer effort to make masks for area healthcare providers who are on the front lines in the fight against COVID-19.
Spartanburg Community College has named Bank of America, Piedmont Natural Gas, Toray Composite Materials America and Milliken & Company as its Economic Visionaries 2020 award winners.
Housed in a repurposed building on Union Street that once was home to Palmetto Textiles, Vintage Warehouse of Spartanburg is an assemblage of artisans and craftspeople offering everything from pillows to pottery.
For almost 20 years, adult learners have comprised nearly 40 percent of the college-going population. At Spartanburg Community College, 46 percent of students are “non-traditional” or “return to learn” students.
What would your life be like if you had more energy throughout the day and you intuitively knew how to respond to change and challenge? Learn more during a HeartMath® Workshop in Spartanburg on Feb. 29.
Seed libraries are a growing trend, with about 500 sprouting up at public libraries and community centers across the country. Spartanburg County Public Libraries will add its downtown headquarters to the list of seed libraries in the Upstate on Feb. 27.