The 2020 edition of TD Bank Reedy River run has now been canceled. Originally, the event was scheduled for April 18 and was moved to September 5. Organizers cited safety concerns related to large crowds during the COVID-19 pandemic. Statement From the Race Directors “We are extremely disappointed that weRead More

The House of Raeford Farms is bringing back its popular bulk chicken sale in Greenville. This time customers can skip the wait and have the convenience to pre-order online. Customers may start placing their orders today online and pick them up on August 1 at the Greenville State Farmer’s MarketRead More

The United Way of the Piedmont and more than 15 child development groups collaborated in creating the Sharpen Family App that offers free resources for families during the corona-virus pandemic. The mobile app aims to help families cope with anxiety, depression, and other mental health challenges. There are also stressRead More

Historically, hurricane seasons peak in early September and the American Red Cross wants to onboard more service-driven individuals to carry out life-saving missions when disaster strikes.  The organizers also said that they need more volunteers largely because of the COVID-19 pandemic. They also added that the pandemic hurt the organization’sRead More

Gov. McMaster is lifting the statewide “Home-or-Work” order, making it voluntary, and allowing restaurants to serve customers in outdoor dining situations. McMaster issued a series of executive orders on a news conference Friday relaxing many rules that had previously been imposed as the state continues to step forward in reopeningRead More

South Carolina on Sunday took delivery of 1.5 million face masks from China, state leaders announced in a press conference this morning. The masks arrived, in partnership with Boeing, at the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport. Gov. McMaster and other state officials were there to greet and celebrate the arrival of the BoeingRead More

Gov. McMaster said the state will push to reopen businesses soon as COVID-19 outbreak nears peak. In a conference in Columbia on Monday McMaster said he will push to reopen businesses as soon as possible. At the same press conference, the South Carolina health officials announced that 2,000 new casesRead More