Historic Hagood Mill in Pickens has developed a series of virtual field trips for school and home use, designed for pre-K through eighth grades.
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On horseback is one of the most memorable ways to see the Upstate’s most rugged and scenic spots, including Jocassee Gorges and the waterfalls of neighboring North Carolina.
The Upstate is getting ready to cut loose with color as fall’s sunny days and cool nights transform the vibrant green forest foliage into a brilliant palette of oranges, reds, golds and pinks. It’s time to gather up the family and take to the mountains for that annual rite of autumn — leaf peeping.
With more than 25 ice cream flavors and almost 10 varieties of its signature Freakshake, The Scoop Ice Cream Shop & Eats in Six Mile is a popular stop.
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.
If you’re considering a move to the Upstate or within the Upstate, livability is something to consider. Check the livability score of several Upstate cities, calculated by AreaVibes.
One of the most anticipated Black History Month celebrations in the Upstate is at Easley Union Missionary Baptist Church, one of the oldest African American congregations in the area.
The Youth Leadership Academy in Pickens is not your typical middle school. Students experience a challenging curriculum of math, science,...