Opening this spring, Spartanburg will be CycleBar’s newest studio location joining the nearly 200 it has across the country.
City of Spartanburg News
The Spartanburg City Council approved the westside annexation for the future apartment development of two parcels on Franklin Avenue.
The City of Spartanburg's most recent podcast featured City Manager Chris Story explaining why downtown streetscaping isn't just an avenue to enhance the downtown visitor's experience but to also increase opportunities for private investment.
The Hub City Press has recently released its newest version of the “Underground Guide to Spartanburg.”
The Spartanburg City Council has unanimously voted to become the first city in South Carolina to join the Government Alliance on Race and Equity (GARE). The city joins 93 cities in 32 states.
After the announcement of the planned construction of a six-story hotel Cambria Hotel to be located at 179 N. Church St., Spartanburg’s Design Review Board has asked the developer for a revision before preliminary approval shall be granted.
Scheduled to have its groundbreaking on Nov. 30, the council gave its approval for a not-to-exceed bid of just over $11.9 million Harper General Contractors.
Participants will have Saturday morning classes at the Spartanburg Community College’s downtown campus, where they will be given lessons, guidance and expert advice with regard to all phases of opening or growing a business.
The Spartanburg City Council voted against the construction of a solar farm on the former site of Arkwright Dump.
CITY OF SPARTANBURG: Spartanburg Little Theatre season to kickoff with 'The Little Mermaid,' September 7-23
Taking a look at the upcoming Spartanburg Little Theatre season with Executive Artistic Director, Jay Coffman.
One of the City's primary stated goals is to address our community's longtime racial and class disparities, and while the strategies we use are as varied and complex as the problems themselves, one important approach is to help strengthen our local minority business community.
The ins and outs of the City of Spartanburg's two percent Hospitality Tax.
The Spartanburg City Council unanimously voted to table a proposed development agreement to bring 24 single-family homes to a 4.51-acre vacant city-owned land behind Barnet Park.
The said budget includes no tax or fee increases, as well as a projected growth of four percent.
Exhibits will inspire learning through play.
The City News Podcast introduces a newcomer as co-host, in the person of Meghan Smith.
Spartanburg has demonstrated its ability to offer great public, private and nonprofit partnerships and the recent partnership with Central United Methodist Church is no exception.
Spartanburg Mayor Junie White and Council members Erica Brown and Jerome Rice have been sworn in for new terms.
The Spartanburg City Council approved an ordinance allowing limited use of LED digital for city businesses and institutions.
Thoroughly pinpointing specifications for message duration and timing, location, and other physical requirements, the Spartanburg City Council recently approved limited outdoor LED digital lighting solutions for local companies and organizations.