Renowned South Carolina carver and artist Grainger McKoy grew up in Sumter, South Carolina, and attended Clemson University, earning a degree in zoology, while also studying architecture.
The South Carolina Botanical Garden Fall Plant Sale will be 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm Friday, Oct. 7th, and 9:00 am to 1:00 pm Saturday, Oct. 8.
Does your home have a smoke alarm? According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), the answer is likely yes: NFPA research shows that most American homes have at least one.
Ultrafab, Inc., an original equipment manufacturer of weather seals, is expanding its existing operations in Greenville County. The expansion project is expected to bring more than $2 million in capital investment and lead to the creation of 34 new jobs.
Greenville County Schools is the recipient of about 1,500 books as part of Read Greenville’s efforts to get thousands of books in the hands of underserved families.
The Upstate Book Project 2.0 is now accepting applications from local visual artists who want to contribute both 2-D art and storyline text to a collaborative book that will publish in the spring of 2017.
When Frederick Law Olmsted designed Biltmore’s gardens, he planned their beauty to last through all four seasons. It’s little wonder the blooms of the estate’s gardens continue well into fall.
Getting away with murder can be so much fun… and there’s no better proof than the knock-‘em-dead hit show that’s earned unanimous raves. Performances of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder are at The Peace Center through October 2nd.
Dr. Jennifer Hochschild, Chair of the Harvard University Department of Government, will speak on the campus of Furman University on Oct. 6th at 5:00 pm in Burgiss Theater in the Trone Student Center.
Dogged by pests, pathogens, poor nutrition, and other problems, the European honey bee is having a rough time these days.
Michelin North America, Inc. is advancing its plans to establish a distribution center in Spartanburg County. The new development is projected to bring more than $270 million in new capital investment and lead to the creation of 350 new jobs.
UST Logistical Systems (UST), a national third-party logistics company, is launching its first operations in Greenville County. The new development is projected to generate $1.6 million in new capital investment and bring 50 jobs to the Upstate.