We hope you have the scariest and sweetest Halloween weekend. As a reminder, please do not light any black flame candles tonight.
Greenville Housing Fund (GHF) welcomed Libba King as Vice President of Real Estate and Capital Markets, starting November 1st. Get to know Libba.
The BASF Environmental Catalyst and Metal Solutions (ECMS) site in Converse, South Carolina recently made donations to the Benjamin E. Mays Community Center and to the Spartanburg High School Vikings Football Team, both of which are aimed at developing the area’s youth. Read more.
Six high school and college filmmakers took home honors at The 321 Student Film Festival earlier this month. See who they are.
Take a look at this impressively beautiful Traveler’s Rest house. This custom home on four acres, offered for sale by Joan Herlong & Associates Sotheby's International Realty, sits in the gated Green Valley Area, with the estate enjoying gated privacy and serenity overlooking the neighborhood pond. Read more.
Seneca firefighters, Oconee County Emergency Services responders and other officials arrived at the Coneross Wastewater Treatment Facility Thursday morning to respond to a chlorine gas leak drill planned by OJRSA officials. More info here.
In case you weren’t aware, we’ve got the spookiest boss in all of the Upstate. Watch John Boyanoski tell Fox Carolina all about the most haunted places in the upstate, we’ve got part one and part two.
Buy tickets for the Greenville Jewish Federation’s Community Shabbat next week on Friday, November 3 in downtown Greenville.
The Greenville Jewish Federation has also teamed up with the Greenville Jewish Film Federation for the 85th Anniversary of Kristallnacht. Read and see where you can get tickets here.