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We’ll miss you: Spartanburg diners say goodbye to restaurant favorites in 2020

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We'll miss you: Spartanburg diners say goodbye to restaurant favorites in 2020

It’s been said many times but bears repeating — 2020 has been a hard year for restaurants. According to OneSpartanburg, Inc. Chief Business Affairs Officer John Kimbrell, the pandemic has been hardest on independent restaurants and other small businesses, whose owners have had to make adjustments to accommodate for […]

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Citizens and Southern Events opens in historic bank building in downtown Spartanburg

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Citizens and Southern Events opens in historic bank building in downtown Spartanburg

Event director Aimee Cheek hopes Spartanburg residents will make “deposits into their memory banks” at the new Citizens & Southern Event Center There’s something about those high ceilings and big windows. The tiled floor. The polished mahogany the tellers sat behind. Stepping into the Citizens & Southern Bank at […]

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Can city do more to slow spread of COVID-19? Beyond mask rule, not really, Spartanburg leader says

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Can city do more to slow spread of COVID-19? Beyond mask rule, not really, Spartanburg leader says

Still no citations issued since mask ordinance went into effect in late June As COVID-19 cases continue to spike throughout the Upstate, the city of Spartanburg will continue requiring masks inside grocery stores and pharmacies within city limits. But before the city council voted to extend that ordinance another […]

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Some Upstate federal courthouses set to consolidate; counties fight for a reverse decision

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Some Upstate federal courthouses set to consolidate; counties fight for a reverse decision

SPARTANBURG, S.C. (WSPA) – Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts officials said some judges will be moved from Anderson and Spartanburg to a new courthouse in Greenville once it is completed. Officials said court operations in the G. Ross Anderson Jr. Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse will be consolidated […]

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