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Group plans to start next phase of Wadsworth Trail to historic Anderson Mill

March 4th 2020

Work is expected to start soon on the next phase of the Wadsworth Trail along Anderson Mill Road on Spartanburg’s west side. The two-mile segment will connect with a dozen neighborhoods near Interstate 26 to Anderson Mill Elementary School, churches, the North Tyger River and the reconstructed Anderson Mill.

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Spartanburg runner plans to run all the city streets, explore neighborhoods

February 1st 2020

A wet and snowy Friday morning didn’t stop Ned Barrett from lacing up his running shoes to run the whole of the Beaumont Village neighborhood as part of his goal for the year — to run on every street and trail in the city of Spartanburg.

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Eight Schools in Spartanburg County Named to 2019 List of America’s Healthiest Schools

September 20th 2019

The Spartanburg Healthy Schools Initiative, is happy to announce that eight schools across Spartanburg County have been named to the 2019 list of America’s Healthiest Schools by the Alliance for a Healthier Generation.

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Spartanburg Criterium continues to grow heading into 15th race

April 23rd 2019

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Wadsworth Trail Extension at Westview Elementary Under Construction

February 26th 2019

The Westside’s Wadsworth Trail is getting an extension across the Westview Elementary property as part of Spartanburg’s effort to connect existing trails to more destinations and to other trails.

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The Duke Endowment Awards $450,000 to Spartanburg coalition

February 22nd 2019

Spartanburg Regional Foundation & Partners for Active Living have received a grant from The Duke Endowment to help improve health in Spartanburg County. The grant will support prevention efforts through Eat Smart Move More Spartanburg, a coalition of diverse community organizations that SRF and PAL support.

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Mary Black Foundation Rail Trail Surpasses 100,000 Annual Uses in 2018!

January 21st 2019

2018 marked a banner year for the Mary Black Foundation Rail Trail. This two mile rail-to-trail conversion is a recreation and activity hub with a skate park, community park, dog play area, and bicycle sharing system. Use of the Trail climbed over 100,000 annual uses for the first time in the life of the facility to 131,198. It is, arguably, the most used recreation facility in Spartanburg.

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$77,000 Committed to Bike Park on MBF Rail Trail

December 7th 2018

Duke Energy Foundation, Mary Black Foundation, and the Coalition for Active Youth announced an additional $77,000 for the bike park, which is the next phase of The Rail Yard. Thanks to these commitments, construction should begin in the first quarter of 2019.

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