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While Hurricane Irma wreaked havoc on trees in the Upstate and western North Carolina last year, forcing leaves to fall ahead of their annual display, Hurricane Florence doesn’t seem to have impacted the region as harshly.
If anyone asks Frank Honeycutt what he did this summer, he can just tell them he went on a bike ride — a really long bike ride.
The South Carolina Foothills Fair begins today, offering a combination of nostalgia of days gone by and the sights, sounds and smells fairgoers expect to see at a fair.
The first Rollin’ Smoke BBQ Cook Off is scheduled to be held Oct. 5-6 at the J.B. “Red” Owens Recreation Complex in Easley.
The first official day of autumn is inching closer, bringing thoughts of bonfires and chilly days wrapped up in a cozy blanket.
Oconee County First Steps has announced plans to kick off the county’s sesquicentennial celebration Thursday with the introduction of a new program to benefit its children.
A two-day quilt show this Friday and Saturday at the Shaver Center in Seneca will feature 158 quilts on display made by members of the Lake and Mountain Quilters Guild.