Ten at the Top has scheduled a workshop focused on food access for seniors on Thursday, April 25, from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. The session, which is free and open to the public, will be held in the Park 37 Community Building at 250 Executiv
The World Affairs Council Upstate and Upstate SC Alliance have scheduled Global Fluency: Cross-Cultural Communication for Business Training on Tuesday, April 23, at 10 a.m., at the Clemson One building in Greenville.
Countybank and Greenwood Capital have donated $20,000 to the Greenwood Genetic Center Foundation. The donation is part of a Countybank Foundation five-year plan to donate a total of $100,000, according to a news release.
Three projects in South Carolina are among 11 organizations receiving grants from Duke Energyâ€™s Water Resources Fund to support environmental and wildlife programs.
Thirty-six participants have completed the Riley Institute at Furman Universityâ€™s Diversity Leaders Initiative.
Winter storm Diego moved through the Upstate over the weekend, bringing with it everything from rain to sleet to snow.
Sen. John W. Matthews Jr., D-Orangeburg, and Charlotte Berry of Columbia, a lifetime philanthropist and community leader, have been named by Furman Universityâ€™s Riley Institute as recipients of the 2018 David H. Wilkins awards.
Spartanburg-based Denny’s is sending its new Mobile Relief Diner to areas impacted by Hurricane Florence. The 53-foot traveling kitchen will serve free, freshly-cooked pancake breakfasts to those in need, including residents, first
Labor Day, to many of us, is the reason for a long weekend at the end of the summer. But the day has greater importance than hamburgers on the grill and family gathered to enjoy them.
The Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce used its annual meeting this week to shine a spotlight on the people and businesses working to move Spartanburg forward.
The Greenville Chamber of Commerce and CommunityWorks partnered Tuesday to recognize local entrepreneurs at an Excellence in Entrepreneurship Small Business Awards event as part of National Small Business Week.
A downtownâ€™s success, in part, relies on the ability of its workers to get to work and live within a reasonable distance from work, and two Upstate communities are doing their part to address these needs.