A YMCA Healthy Living Event has been planned for October and the discussion revolves around relationships.
A newly revised brochure and map that highlights what the area has to offer is available to residents and visitors.
Polk County Schools and the YMCA of Greater Spartanburg are partnering on a new after school care option for local families.
Local author Ashley English will teach participants ways to preserve apples during a special event at the Saluda Library on Sept. 28.
Our local farmers markets will host a Canned Food Drive for Feed The Foothills on Sept. 15-16 and Sept. 22-23.
September 15 will be POW/MIA Recognition Day in Polk County.
N.C. Department of Transportation crews are currently upgrading a 53-year-old bridge in Polk County.
The Polk County Board of Commissioners proclaimed that September is Polk County Preparedness Month and an upcoming event can help you be prepared.
The Polk County Board of Commissioners asked all citizens to take a moment, at 1 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 11, to remember those who were affected by the attacks on our country on that day in 2001.
The Polk County Board of Commissioners recently declared that September be recognized as Military Suicide Prevention Month and September 11 as Military Suicide Day as a way to bring attention to a growing national issue.


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