It is believed to be the oldest brick structure in Greenville County and the Fork Shoals Historical Society is raising funds to preserve the historic home known as Cedarhurst built along South Carolina’s drover’s road in 1812.
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Anderson and Greenville counties will co-host their fourth Bassmaster Classic when the world’s most prestigious professional bass tournament returns to the Upstate in March 2022.
Greenlink, the public transportation system in Greenville County, has extended its service hours to11:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and is offering a new 7-day pass for purchase via TouchPass.
More than a dozen Upstate authors will be on hand to celebrate winter reading when Greenville County Library System hosts its annual Local Author Expo on Jan. 7.
Upstate Granite Solutions on Highway 123 is celebrating its fifth anniversary with a Veterans Day celebration on Wednesday, November 11, that features the raising of the largest American flag and flagpole in South Carolina.
Lily VanPelt spent time during school closures earlier this year working on consistently splitting the uprights – err, trees – on her way to a tryout for placekicker on the junior varsity football team at St. Joseph’s Catholic High School in Greenville.
Piedmont native and accomplished sculptor Carey Morton has been tapped to create a piece of public art that not only captures the history of his hometown, but also serves as a catalyst for its renewal.
The kudos keep coming for Greenville and the Upstate, with the Swamp Rabbit Trail recently ranking sixth on the list of Best Fall Foliage Bike Trails in the U.S., published by TimeOut, a global media and leisure company.