This year’s Halloween celebration will be a little different as the Center for Disease Control (CDC) reminds the public to avoid activities like trick-or-treating to celebrate Halloween due to COVID-19. In guidelines released by the CDC door-to-door treat-or-treating runs a high risk of acquiring and getting infected by COVID-19. CDCRead More

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

Prisma Health announced that starting today they will shift its community testing hours to 8 a.m to noon this week in anticipation of summer heat to make it comfortable for both patients and staff members. The drive-thru COVID-19 testing is done in partnership with the South Carolina Department of HealthRead More

The Upcountry History Museum will hold its summer camps for children ages 6 through 12. It will run for 6 weeks beginning July 7 and will end on August 14.  The summer camp will have weekly themes that children can choose from, covering various areas of history, art, music, andRead More

On Tuesday, the City of Fountain Inn on their Facebook page made their announcement of the cancelation of this year’s July 4th celebration.  Due to the rise in confirmed COVID-19 cases locally, plus the event’s popularity with expected attendance well above a thousand people, the City cannot adequately ensure properRead More

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster is extending the state of emergency that was set to expire today as part of the state’s COVID-19 response. As of today, there’s a total number of 15,759 people confirmed to have COVID-19 and 575 who have died. The recent spike in cases across theRead More

June 9 is the statewide primaries and the South Carolina Election Commission is making voters aware of their voter options. Below are voting options and important information for SC voters from the SCEC: If you have a mail-in absentee ballot: Return your ballot now. For your ballot to count, itRead More