It started in 1999 as a roadside stand. More than 20 years later, Bee Well Honey can be found in major grocery store chains around the Southeast, at independent retailers and farm stores across the Upstate, online, and of course, at Bee Well Honey Natural Market in Pickens.
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As spring approaches and you’re looking for things to do in the great outdoors, plan a trip to see these beautiful, blossoming spaces in the Upstate that are open to the public.
Only eight musical acts remain in Anderson Sings, Anderson County’s first-ever virtual singing competition, with the final bracket in the Elite 8 featuring Conner Sweeny and Marvin Evatt.
Seneca resident Jim Juras creates art that is life-sized and lasting. As a muralist, he enjoys the challenge of creating art that tells a story and shapes a sense of place.
Go Fund Me campaign aimed at preserving historic Soapstone Church and Slave Cemetery in Pickens County
The COVID-19 pandemic caused cancellation of some of the monthly fish fry fundraisers held at Soapstone Baptist Church in Pickens County, so a Go Fund Me campaign has been launched to help retire the historic church’s $46,000 mortgage.
The exploding popularity of local farmers’ markets and farm-to-table dining has made terms like “locally-sourced,”...
Greenville Zoo presents “Spiders: Misunderstood Creatures” this Thursday at Upstate Children’s Museum
Halloween is just around the corner and we know how much Livin’ Upstate users like...
Jeff Bennett estimates that he baked close to 4,000 pound cakes last year. He made...