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Jefferson Awards Foundation names 2018 Change Makers

The Jefferson Awards Foundation recently announced its 2018 class of Change Makers. The Jefferson Awards Foundation recognizes national public figures for their significant contributions...

Spartanburg County leaders mark first anniversary of community’s 5-year vision plan

After one year, a unified vision for Spartanburg’s future economic and cultural prosperity is progressing. Community leaders gathered Tuesday, Feb. 13, at the University...
Canine Correspondence

Canine Correspondent: We’ll match you up perfectly!

The adoption counselors at Animal Care are the absolute BEST. No, really. They are. My......

Blue Moon Specialty Foods will open expanded location Feb. 26 in downtown Spartanburg

A blue moon will soon rise in downtown Spartanburg, and this one will be chocked with an array of delicious sauces, seasonings, fresh foods,...

Carolina Alliance Bank’s earnings increased 70 percent during fourth quarter

Spartanburg-based CAB Financial Corp., the holding company for Carolina Alliance Bank, said Monday, Feb. 12, its earnings increased 70 percent during the fourth quarter....

Lockhart Power gifts $135,000 to support economic development in Spartanburg County

Lockhart Power Co. announced Monday, Feb. 12, it will contribute $135,000 in utility license tax credits for road enhancements at Tyger River Industrial Park...

BMW’s Spartanburg County plant remains nation’s top auto exporter in 2017

For a fourth consecutive year, Spartanburg County-based BMW Manufacturing Co. was the nation’s largest automotive exporter in 2017. The automaker announced Tuesday, Feb. 13,...

Tajh Boyd blends a tireless work ethic and ‘team player’ mentality on behalf of a new Clemson-based real estate development

Last September, when Greenville developers Leighton Cubbage and Stephen Mudge of Serrus Capital Partners began contemplating who would lead the sales team for Lakeside...

Upstate hospitals combat IV bag shortage amid flu season

In the midst of what health officials say is shaping up to be the worst flu season in nearly a decade, three of the...

Upstate colleges taking steps to address South Carolina’s looming nursing shortage

South Carolina will have 10,400 fewer registered nurses than it needs by 2030, and three......

Governor’s School, city taking steps to protect iconic ‘roots tree’ during construction

It’s probably the most famous tree in Greenville, or at least the most photographed, that......

After 40 years of traveling the country, former NBC News correspondent Bob Dotson settles down in Greenville

Bob Dotson appreciates a good story. It started at a young age. Dotson, the former host......

Veteran Resource Groups can engage all employees – not just those who served

By Robyn Grable, founder, Service to Civilian Did you know that only 33 percent of employees in the United States are engaged in their...

Small and mid-sized companies are the new targets of business email compromise

By Belton Zeigler, partner, Womble Bond Dickinson   Meet Peter — a longtime employee and the backbone of your business’s day-to-day finance and accounting...

5 times you shouldn’t hire a PR firm

By John Boyanoski, president and owner, Complete Public Relations This is going to sound strange, but I am about to tell you why you...
Eat & Drink

The Anchorage named 2018 Semifinalist for Best New Restaurant by James Beard Foundation

The Anchorage in the Village of West Greenville, 586 Perry Ave., has officially put Greenville as......

Electrolux to move Frigidaire production to Anderson

Leading global appliance company Electrolux recently announced its $250 million investment to expand production at its refrigeration facility in Anderson. Electrolux employs 2,000 people...

Tail Lights Dogs to expand Greenville dog-training facility

Tail Lights Dogs is planning to add more than 3,000 additional square feet to their current dog-training facility in early spring. A growing dog...

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