GREER, S.C. – Upcountry historian and famed "Squire of the Dark Corner," Dean Campbell, takes center stage at a Greer Heritage Museum exhibit that, among other things, honors the local author's life. The exhibit, The Dark Corner: Feuds and Fellowship, Independence, Defiance and Community, and accompanying film, The Man Who
TRAVELERS REST, S.C. – In October of 2011, former Travelers Rest Mayor (2001-2009) Roy Reynolds was recognized with a lamppost plaque on Main Street. The recognition was presented by the Travelers Rest Lions Club, where Reynolds served as president from 2010-11.
TRAVELERS REST, S.C. – The Travelers Rest Historical Society on Tuesday hosted a talk with historian Richard Sawyer on the history of Greenville County.
COLUMBIA, S.C. – The Travelers Rest Historical Society was recently recognized with an award for their work on the restoration of the former Spring Park Inn, located behind the gazebo along the Swamp Rabbit Trail in downtown Travelers Rest. The inn was one of the oldest in Greenville County and
TRAVELERS REST, S.C. – This Fourth of July as the sounds of fireworks echo throughout Travelers Rest, we take a moment to celebrate not just our nation's independence but also the bold spirits that kindled the spark of freedom. One such spirit belonged to a brave, young woman named Dicey
TRAVELERS REST, S.C. – Many area residents who were around at the time can still recall watching Harry “Pop” Kramer, a world-famous trick cyclist, perform on Main Street in Travelers Rest in the mid 1900s.
TRAVELERS REST, S.C. – Demolition began on the former Travelers Rest High School located on Wilhelm Winter Street (now Trailblazer Drive) at the end of 2010.