For the past four years, the Spartanburg Community College Foundation has spearheaded the college’s signature event, Economic Visionaries. This year, companies are turning their sponsor dollars into gap scholarships.
Ed and Ysante McDowell of Chesnee are adding new flavors and continue to find new outlets to market their Ed’s All Purpose Seasoning and Rub products.
While the coronavirus pandemic still has many events on hold, there are some socially distanced live gatherings happening around the Upstate this weekend, with many more available online. Here’s a sampling.
Kingdom Child Ministry and Holden’s Marine Center will present the 2021 Crappie Challenge at Lake Bowen on March 20, with all fish caught going to feed homeless children and veterans in Spartanburg.
Healthy Smiles of Spartanburg hosting online fundraiser during National Children’s Dental Health Month in February
February is National Children’s Dental Health Month and Healthy Smiles of Spartanburg is staging a monthlong fundraiser to continue to provide free dental screenings and oral health services for children in all school districts of Spartanburg County.
While fewer farmers markets are open during the winter, several around the Upstate and in Western North Carolina are braving colder temperatures to bring seasonal offerings and to continue to give local vendors an opportunity to sell their products.
Healthy Smiles’ Golden Crown Contest raising funds for free dental screenings for Spartanburg children
This week kicks off Healthy Smiles’ Golden Crown Contest, an online event raising funds to provide free dental care for children in Spartanburg County and showcasing the creativity of Spartanburg area dental practices.
From a cool town and a romantic getaway to the state dance and downtown revitalization, here are the Top 7 Livin’ Upstate stories of 2020.