The Upcountry History Museum-Furman University is set to reopen to the public on Tuesday, June 9, with controlled attendance that allows for social distancing.
Our roles as parents have been seemingly transformed by the COVID-19 pandemic, suddenly finding ourselves as teachers in addition to the already long list of responsibilities of parenting. The good news is that the essential ingredients to positive parenting haven’t changed.
United Way of Anderson is coordinating efforts to provide frontline assistance to Anderson County residents during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Being engaged with community has become a challenge during COVID-19 and physical distancing. The ability to connect with others is essential, especially for those in recovery.
Greenville’ Synergy Mill recently partnered with 3DforCOVID to deliver 5,000 face shields to frontline healthcare workers along the East Coast.
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.
European vacations, Caribbean cruises and spring break getaways all came to a screeching halt amid the coronavirus pandemic. Now, cabin fever has many of us dreaming about destinations near and far, but when will we be able to travel?
The Boiling Springs community is coming together for 3-year-old Lettie June Burgess who was recently diagnosed with T-Cell lymphoblastic lymphoma.
The Well Center in Pendleton is offering free mental health counseling for those with disabilities who are experiencing greater barriers to services and quality of life due to COVID-19.
The Better Business Bureau®of Upstate South Carolina and the Federal Trade Commission are holding free webinars for businesses and consumers on avoiding coronavirus scams.
Living through the coronavirus pandemic makes us fearful. Thankfully, there are many easy actions we can take to minimize the effects of fear in our lives.
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?
The #Classof2020 Facebook challenge is attracting the attention of scammers, the Better Business Bureau warns.
Business as usual has been altered in countless areas of our day-to-day lives because of COVID-19. Here are some changes of note at the SC Department of Motor Vehicles and the SC Department of Revenue.
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.