The cold weather is in full force, but we’ve got some local news stories that will distract you from the dropping temperatures. Before you head off into your weekend, take a look at some stories we helped generate this week:
Two Greenville-based companies are coming together to make it easier, faster and less expensive for patients to receive medical treatment for some potentially life-threatening ailments. Learn more.
Habitat for Humanity of Laurens County announced that the organization will merge with Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County to expand services. Keep reading.
The two Habitat for Humanity Restores in Greenville will be offering 25% off of all full-priced donated items this Saturday, December 2, as part of their anniversary celebrations. More details.
One other piece of Habitat news: the nonprofit received a $40,000 grant from the philanthropic organization created by the founder of Family Dollar Stores, The Leon Levine Foundation. Full story here.
Have you been following the whirlwind Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce romance? We loved this interesting take on it by Leah Stoudenmire of The Rock It! Co.
We caught this coverage of Judson Mill construction over at Upstate Business Journal; read here to find out what phase the historic site is in.
The Reedy Reels crew was featured on WSPA’s Your Carolina. Find out everything you need to know about the 2024 Festival here.
On December 8th, join Rebuild Upstate at A Toast to Home, to celebrate the real and transformative solutions that critical home repairs provide for Upstate families. Held at Judson Mill, his is a cocktail-style event catered by Smoke on The Water and Liquid Catering. Come and enjoy placing your bid on fun silent auction items and experiences!