Although shunned by many, the black cat is revered in Spartanburg County – especially when it appears as the image of a snarling panther...
Once one of the largest mills in Greenville County, Judson Mill had been spinning raw cotton into yarn for more than a century. But...
Construction noise echoes through downtown Spartanburg’s Montgomery Building. A $29 million renovation that will transform the historic 10-story, 130,000-square-foot former office high-rise into a mixed-use...
Toronto-based artisan bread Maker ACE Bakery announced Thursday, Nov. 9, it will invest an additional $31.9 million to expand its Cherokee County plant and create 40 jobs during the next few years.
Whether hosted by Ten at the Top or another Upstate organization, over the last eight years I have participated in many events and meetings to discuss various issues that are impacting current and future growth in our region. Most of the time, I leave feeling like it was a good use of my time and quality discussion, but knowing that the primary outcome will be more meetings and more discussions as part of a long process to enact change in the Upstate.
Inland Port Greer, SCPA said, completed 11,773 rail moves during the month, which was the strongest October volume since the facility opened in November 2013.
The sites are selected based on their potential to bring large businesses and industries to their area.
What’s next for the Upstate, and how we’ll get there. A sense of place helps grow economic, community vibrancy
Just as increasing our agility, speed, and strength may define our personal fitness goals, many manufacturers today are looking to decrease the weight and production time of their products while increasing load-bearing capacities and extending shelf lives.
Viewing diversity and inclusion as a leadership function is vital for professional and personal development.
Raj Patel, a Spartanburg business owner, said he has begun construction of Tyger River Plaza near Duncan and has leases signed for two new businesses, including Eggs Up Grill and a liquor store/craft beer market yet to be named.
The five finalists were chosen from a total of 22 applications submitted for the two grants available in 2017.
“The total attendance of more than 100,000 visitors was impressive, but our bottom line is the bottom line – total economic impact."
In an age when college sports are increasingly national, Clemson University’s athletic program is turning the “bigger is better” paradigm on its head.
With over 28,000 advertised jobs available in Greenville County, it is time to begin looking at innovative ways to broaden the talent pool. For those with a criminal record or a disability, there can be many barriers to gainful employment. When there are critical jobs sitting unfilled and qualified talent waiting anxiously to contribute, the math doesn’t add up. The Workforce Forum addressed this issue and the many ways we can work together to lower our unemployment rate and put good people to work.