It’s week two of the 7 News Hometown Spotlight series and we’re in Forest City.
With plummeting temperatures expected this weekend, there is an urgent need for heaters, blankets and coats at the Salvation Army in Spartan…
Lake Adler is the November 2016 Caring for the Carolinas Award Winner.
Anderson Mall invites all of Santa’s little helpers to celebrate the fun and joy of the holidays with KidX Club’s “Santa’s Little Helpers” e…
Asheville Humane Society is waiving adoption fees for all dogs over 25 pounds and all cats and kitten.
7 News is in Mauldin to kick off a new segment about the special and unique towns that make up the Carolinas.
The City of Spartanburg has released dates, events and a map of activities for the 2016 Dickens of a Christmas.
The man donated the turkeys, but there is a specific way he wants them given away.
Anyone can drop by Rob’s Deli and put non-perishable foods or blankets on the shelves, and anyone in need is welcome to take from the shelve…
The City of Greenville has selected Sandi Morris, a Greenville native and Olympic medalist, to serve as grand marshal for the 2016 Greenvill…
Cliff Barrows, 93, of Marvin, N.C., music and program director of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA), passed away today at Car…
A toy drive for kids in need and a 5k to benefit the March of Dimes are some events happening this weekend.
Harold Page is the November 2016 Caring for the Carolinas Award Winner.
Caring For The Carolina’s 7 News along with Bath Fitter and Hardees are coming together with the community to raise funds for three very imp…
The Veterans Day Parade honoring all Veterans will be held on Sunday, November 6, 2016 beginning with a flyover at 2 p.m.
Are your getting a costume for your pet?
What is your child dressing up as for Halloween?
The Greenville Zoo is celebrating the arrival of yet another new member of the zoo family – an Angolan colobus monkey.
The City of Spartanburg issued the following release to people asking if Trick-or-Treat is on Halloween or some time that weekend.
They will take accumulated unwanted, unused prescription drugs, to safely dispose of those medications.
We have all the resources you need to find events in Upstate SC and keep safe this Halloween.
A plaque honoring Townville Elementary shooting victim Jacob Hall will be added to the Heros4Higher Hopemobile/Batmobile.
Though they look nothing alike, the two were inseparable during a recent stay at the Animal Rescue League of Iowa.
James Hamphill is the October 2016 Caring for the Carolinas Award Winner.
SPARTANBURG, S.C.(WSPA) – As the candidates head into the final stretch, political pollsters are ramping up calls, trying to figure out who …
As the leaves begin to fall, the festivals in the Upstate and Mountains will rise.
We will be at the Spartanburg Walk on October 22, 2016!
Amy Clary is the September 2016 Caring for the Carolinas Award winner
Do you have documents sitting around your house or in storage? Great news… It’s time for Shred-A-Thons!
SPARTANBURG, S.C._(WSPA) The University of South Carolina Upstate Police Department will hold self-defense classes for women of all ages and…
The 7th annual Dirty Dancing festival is starts Friday Aug 19 and last through Saturday.
He is an energetic 2-month-old Newfoundland mix that will grow to be a big dog.
The corn maze at Cooley’s Farm features Hillary Clinton, the White House and Donald Trump.
There are a few free school supply events going on in Upstate SC and Western NC this weekend.
There are a lot of of scams running in the area and the Oconee Co. Sheriff’s Office wants you to know about them and how to protect yourself…
Tim Langer is the August 2016 Caring for the Carolinas Award winner
This was only the third party she’s ever had since much of her life has been spent in hospitals.
The Greenville Police K-9 Unit in conjunction with Greenville Co. Animal is having a fill the K-9 Trailer Event to benefit the animal shelte…
iCanBike, the Eastside YMCA and Taylor’s First Baptist Church partner on the first week in August to teach people with disabilities how to r…
Friday through Sunday tens of thousands of people will flock to Chesnee, SC to see antique bikes and attend a free festival.