Trans Day of Remembrance. (11/19/17)
Magnolia Park kicked off the holiday season with a visit from Santa.
Finals for the Best Singer in the State competition were held at Mauldin High on Sunday night.
The Greenville chapter of the Blue Star Mothers of America and the Furman Men's Lacrosse team put together holiday care packages for deployed troops.
The registration for the motorcycle ride is an unwrapped toy or $10 for Toys for Tots.
A Boiling Springs woman sent out a warning for other residents to make sure their pets were kept inside after she spotted five black bears on her front porch.
Palmetto HS Varsity Cheerleaders win 3A State Championship. (11/18/17)
USC faces off against Wofford on Saturday.
The Holiday Market at Five Forks showcased the works of local businesses and artisans.
The Clemson Tigers are going head-to-head with the Citadel for the Tigers finals home game of the 2017 season.
The Holly Jolly Holiday Fair kicked off in Anderson on Friday.
Ice on Main in downtown Greenville. (11/17/17)
The third week of high school football playoffs is underway in the Upstate.
The South Carolina Department of Education's Upstate graduation rates by school district.
The new Organic Cat Cafe in Greenville hosts cat yoga classes.
A vigil was held for Dravious Terry, a Claflin University student from Greenville, who was fatally shot last Friday.
After being closed to the public during the summer, Hollywild has re-opened for the holiday season.