Townville Elementary school officials say they’re trying to balance law enforcement presence to make sure students feel safe and not scared.
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Feel free to take advantage of a great lunch made by students from Boiling Springs and Chesnee High Schools.
Abundant Life Church stood outside Walmart in Easley this weekend taking donations for homeless children and those that can’t afford school …
Spartanburg School District 7 and many other schools across the Upstate are switching up the parents are asked to register their children fo…
A group of first responders, firefighters, and police officers are taking some time off. The riders will sleep and eat at fire stations in t…
Youth leaders in Cherokee and Spartanburg Counties are getting around 500 volunteers together for the “The Jerusalem Project.”
Many Urgent Care Centers are opening up in businesses and shopping center across the Upstate.
Greenville Parks and Rec is hosting a one pitch softball tournament June 25 in honor of officer Allen Jacobs.
One street in Spartanburg will be covered by the biggest slip and slide you’ve ever seen.
World Blood Donor Day has been celebrated annually since 2004, with the aim of improving the safety and adequacy of National Blood supplies.
The American Heart Association is using this week to raise awareness about the importance of CPR.
Greenwood’s Westside neighborhood gets facelift thanks to Habitat for Humanity and Lowe’s.
When school is in session books aren’t hard to find, but in the summer, some students don’t have access to reading materials that can help t…
Three big names in the Spartanburg food scene are competing to show you that eating healthy can taste great.
Cyclists are gearing up for the 41st assaults on Mt. Marion and Mt. Mitchell, Monday.
LiveWell Greenville, an organization promoting health and wellness, is encouraging people to discover new parks in Greenville County.
The U.S. Veterans Administration is offering to help military veterans in Spartanburg County with benefits enrollment and claims at a specia…
Getting fit and staying healthy is a goal for many people.
Spartanburg City Council will be discussing the possibility of allowing alcohol sales inside city limits on Sunday’s.
Cleveland Park opens Saturday
Women in the Upstate have the opportunity to get a free medical screening.
If you are a leapling and celebrate your birthday on February 29 then you only get to celebrate it on that day once every four years.
Witnesses tell us La Roka on Pleasantburg Drive was having a big Super Bowl party when a fight broke out inside.
Grady the Groundhog is at Chimney Rock State Park. He has a better record than Punxsutawney Phil AND he predicts Super Bowl winners.
Clemson students of years past are perhaps more excited than the rest to see Clemson take on Alabama next week.
One former Spartanburg School District 7 employee is starting a transportation service to help shuttle kids to school and other activities.
Postal workers are preparing for a busy day at post offices and drop off locations around the country.
Anderson County PAWS “Home for the Holidays” event is happening from November 30 until December 21st. Adoptions will cost $4.00 for dogs and…
Spartanburg County leaders said the prestigious award celebrates the communities that are using innovative ideas and solutions to put good h…
A Greenwood daycare center with ties to 8 confirmed cases of E. coli has citations listed on their last inspection.
We’ve uncovered medical identification theft as another dangerous way thieves may be taking your personal information.
7 On Your Side is gathering more information into a worker death at Spartanburg County’s Mack Molding.
Cyber criminals stole information from an online IRS application leaving more than 100,000 taxpayers information at risk.
More than $187 million dollars was taken from donors like you and used for gifts and vacations instead of going to help people with cancer.
President Obama issued an executive order Monday that limits the type of federal military equipment state and local law enforcement agencies…
There’s now a new way you can report and recover from identity theft.
An Anderson student grabs a gun from a security guard at school and now parents are questioning safety.
A 7 On Your Side investigation found that South Carolina has no specific timeline for when companies must report a data breach to the state.…
Officers ticket disabled parking violators regardless of location.
Tenants at Towers East in downtown Greenville told 7 On Your Side they do not feel safe living in the building and want more security to kee…