Multiplying Good

Multiplying Good announces the 2020 class of ChangeMakers in the Upstate

The 2020 Upstate ChangeMakers class will kick off in early February with an orientation and reception event for the honorees and guests.

The Salvation Army Angel Tree program donates toys to 1,600 Upstate children in time for Christmas

“As we help give a merry Christmas to children in need, we are reminded of the true meaning of Christmas and the joy of giving to others.”

SYNNEX Share the Magic hits record-breaking year for Upstate children’s charities

Since SYNNEX Share the Magic’s inception, more than $12 million has been raised for these beneficiaries.

Holiday planner for the Upstate in 2019

Don’t miss out on all of the wonderful events happening in the Upstate this holiday season.

Public invited to review proposed instructional materials and textbooks

Some of the subjects asked for review are K-5 Mathematics, Social Studies, Cosmetology and Medical Terminology.

Phillis Wheatley Center turns 100 but doesn’t let it show

The Phillis Wheatley Center turns 100 all while receiving enough funding to renovate the lower campus building.

Hurricane Florence: What you need to know

The hurricane is forecasted to be a strong Category 3 storm when it makes landfall between South Carolina and North Carolina on Thursday, bringing high winds and heavy rains.

Backstage: A Q&A with Mill Town Players’ Will Ragland

If actor, director and scenic designer aren’t enough descriptions for Will Ragland, here’s one more — builder. Ragland has built two high school theater programs — at Woodmont and Palmetto — and the Mill Town Players, a community theater in Pelzer, formed in 2014 and now one of the state’s most attended community theaters.

Local agencies, Bon Secours join forces to fight Upstate sex trafficking

According to Shannon Piller of the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office, one of the main misconceptions regarding sex trafficking in Greenville and the Upstate is the assumption that it’s not even happening here.

GLOW Lyric Theatre presents Valentine’s Day cabaret

In collaboration with Upstate Pride SC, the show features seven Upstate LGBTQ singers, actors, and dancers as they share personal experiences through dance, poetry, stand-up comedy and a myriad of musical styles including musical theatre, pop/hip-hop, and opera.

Shaping Our Future: Evaluating the Impacts of Future Growth and Development in the Upstate

In the next 15 years, the Upstate will welcome nearly 200,000 more residents, not to mention new industries and businesses. That growth has the potential to be truly positive – if managed well.

Reaching Nirvana: Our picks for Euphoria 2016

The four-day food, wine and music fest runs Sept. 22-25 in downtown…

S.C. Dept. of Natural Resources hosts hunter education classes in the Upstate

While the classes are offered periodically throughout the year all across the state, now is an opportune time to become certified in preparation for the popular fall and early winter hunting seasons. Two of the upcoming classes will give Upstate residents this opportunity.

Heroin’s new face

As the drugs have gotten deadlier, addiction continues its spread into the suburbs

Greenville is facing an opioid epidemic – and now it has a new weapon to fight it

The contents of this bottle have already saved four people from OD’ing in Greenville since June – now, police, EMTs and pharmacists hope it will help beat the Upstate’s opioid epidemic