The mill at Newry, SC was silenced in 1975 when Abney Mills closed the Oconee County plant citing an ‘extremely depressed home furnishings market.’ But by the end of this year, the former Courtenay Mill will come back to life as an apartment community.
Tagged: National Register of Historic Places
Easley Mill was a center of community life for almost a century. Today, 30 years after its looms and spindles were silenced, the four-story brick structure on South 5th Street is again buzzing with activity as tenants of the new Easley Mill Lofts begin moving in.
Baseball is back in Spartanburg as The Spartanburgers kick off their inaugural season at historic Duncan Park stadium.
“Highway 25 in the Carolinas” tells the history of an Upstate road recently added to the National Register
Dr. Anne Peden’s love of a good road and her passion for sharing the history of the highway she’s lived on all her life led to the new book, “Highway 25 in the Carolinas,” and the National Register of Historic Places.