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Cycling manufacturer to expand in Spartanburg County

April 26th 2024

Munich Composites GmbH announced on Friday it has been acquired by a new group in South Carolina headed by local wheel maker Boyd Cycling. This new company, Munich Composites SC, will continue to make carbon fiber bicycle rims and plans to open a new facility in Spartanburg County.

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Spartanburg Criterium race brings in thousands to city

April 26th 2024

Known as the fastest night in Spartanburg, hundreds of cyclists race and bring in thousands of spectators and presented y Spartanburg Regionalv Healthcare System. It’s a tailgate you can feel good about because all proceeds from this event benefitted PAL: Play. Advocate. Live Well. It’s a Spartanburg non-profit, whose mission is to transform Spartanburg County into a vibrant, healthy, connected community.(By: Christine Scarpelli, WSPA)

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850 cyclists to compete in The Crit in downtown Spartanburg. Meet one of the athletes

April 25th 2024

Friday night, he will be racing in The Crit, a closed-circuit multi-lap race in downtown Spartanburg. The race is described as "the fastest night in the Upstate" by organizers. All proceeds benefit PAL: Play. Advocate. Live Well. (By: Joanna Johnson, Spartanburg Herald-Journal)

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Trails Bill (H.3121) heads to the Governor's desk!

April 4th 2024

Bill 3121 is a crucial legislative initiative aimed at promoting trail development and fostering healthier communities.

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Spartanburg looking to bring recreational boating to Duncan Park for first time since 1950s

March 18th 2024

Duncan Park in Spartanburg hasn’t allowed recreational boating since the 1950s. But this summer, that could all change. (By: Elise Devlin, WSPA)

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Duncan Park last had recreational boating in the 1950s. That could change this summer.

March 13th 2024

The Duncan Park Visioning Plan was recently developed with help from Play. Advocate. Live Well. and support from the Friends of Duncan Park group. The park, the largest in the city, hasn't drawn as many visitors in recent years, so the plan aims to change that. (By Chris Lavender, Post & Courier)

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BMW Charity Pro-Am plans special programming, partnership for 2024 tournament

February 20th 2024

This year’s tournament will benefit local charities including: PAL: Play. Advocate. Live Well Spartanburg (By: Megan Fitzgerald, Greenville Journal)

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Upstate nonprofits team up with city to give community easy access to fresh produce

February 19th 2024

According to Feed America, one in 10 people in South Carolina don't know where their next meal will come from. A couple of Spartanburg nonprofits and the city of Spartanburg are coming together to do their part and give fresh food to the community. (WYFF—Carlos Cristian Flores)

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