North Greenville University (NGU) is hosting Christian Worldview Week March 6-8 in Turner Chapel.
Greer Middle College (GMC) is celebrating its 15th anniversary on Saturday, April 15, at Greer City Hall. Tickets for the event went on sale March 1.
Kelley Bailey, coach, advisor, instructor, and enrollment coordinator at GMC, said she saw the need to celebrate the school this year.
Holly Springs Baptist Church pastor Tim Clark has retired after 28 years of leadership at the Inman church.
Last December, Clark announced his retirement to the Holly Springs congregation, and on February 26, he preached his last sermon.
On Sunday, Feb. 26, Travelers Rest First Baptist Church hosted the Palmetto Care and Share Institute, who held a Turkish Food Festival to help victims of the earthquakes in Turkey.
A European-style circus, Cirque Italia, is stopping in Spartanburg during their 11-month tour.
Cirque Italia tour shows include the Nitro Extreme, Paranormal Cirque, and Water Circus. The Water Circus will be coming to Spartanburg March 9-12.
During the first week of February, the Virtual Enterprise (VE) team from Riverside High School (RHS) traveled to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to compete in the Southern Region Conference and Exhibition.
Strap ‘Em Up Boot Camp recently started back up again this past January in Pelzer after a seven-month hiatus due to the passing of founder Steven Sullivan.
Local author Christine Stroble releases her debut novel on February 15 through Rowman and Littlefield Publishing, titled Helping Teen Moms Graduate.
Amanda Pugh is the school nurse at Riverside High School, where a day in her life is just as busy as an educator’s.
Pugh has been a nurse for seven years and has spent time in the Army as a combat medic with her EMT license. She said she has been in the medical field since she graduated high school in 2005.
On Friday, multi-award-winning musician Michael Levine visited Mountain View Elementary School in Taylors and performed interactive shows for each grade.