Best of the Best the Best

COVID-19 has placed a greater emphasis on why it is important to support your local businesses, restaurants and providers. With that in mind, The Greenville News’ Best of the Upstate nominations are open through May 14. This annual contest honors those businesses that make our region special. We strongly urge to take part and nominate…

The Buzz: Turning the corner

As we leave an unusual April behind, we enter May with a small glimpse of the light at the end of the tunnel. Small businesses are slowly and cautiously opening their doors, and while things are still far from normal, we’re closer than we were two weeks ago.  So let’s take it a day at…

The Buzz: Pollen? Never heard of her.

On the bright side, we’re happy that staying inside for quarantine is doing wonders for our allergies.   Read Chemical company BASF pledged $50,000 to the City of Seneca Relief Fund, which supports community members affected by the recent tornado damage.  Take a look at the piece our boss wrote for Upstate Business Journal; you’ll learn about classic public…

The Buzz: April showers

You would think that the tornado that touched down in Greenville last week would’ve read the room and realized now was not the time.  We hope you’re staying safe and healthy during these confusing times. Take a load off and check out some news we released last week! Read Rebuild Upstaterecently completed repairs on its…

Rebuild Upstate completes repairs on its 1,000 home

GREENVILLE, S.C. – Thirteenyears after the first nail was hammered into the roof of a home near Clemson University, Rebuild Upstate recently completed repairs on its 1,000 home. Rebuild Upstate serves low-income homeowners with repairs and accessibility improvements to create safe, livable housing in existing homes and neighborhoods in Greenville, Anderson, Pickens and Oconee counties. The agency has done…