by Lacey Eibert Keigley | March 6, 2023

Pamela Evette: South Carolina’s Lieutenant Governor & a TR Local

The whir of the coffee beans roasting just over our shoulders kept us company throughout the interview. Behind us, Taylor was hard at work at Leopard Forest prepping the beans

by Lacey Eibert Keigley | October 18, 2022

Hello Ace, Your Community Roots Are Showing (Now Open!)

The building is new. (As in, brand spanking new – I watched the three tall red letters get aligned correctly and mounted on the store’s front this week.) The company

by Guest Contributor | February 9, 2022

Sparkling Wine – Just in Time for Valentine’s Day (With Alex Lopez)

by Alex Lopez   Welcome back to another lesson on the styles of wine. When last we were looking at the world of wine we dealt with the styles of

by Jason Greer | August 10, 2021

The Spring Park Inn – Its History & Future

At the beginning of 2021, Travelers Rest was given perhaps one of its greatest gifts ever, and while the gift is the historic center of the town, the gift is

by Clint Keels | April 6, 2021

Growing Together: Slater/Marietta’s New Farmers Market

Over the last decade, change has circled Greenville County like a wagon. The South in general has been stampeded by excited new residents hailing from places like Rochester, New York

by Lacey Eibert Keigley | December 8, 2020

Buy a Cookbook: Support our Farmers Market

Travelers Rest is a town full of charm and delight, with annual traditions and events that our community passionately supports.   One of everyone’s favorite routine events is the Travelers

by Lacey Eibert Keigley | November 17, 2020

Running for the King: TRHS Cross Country Boys Place Second in the State

The sun is hiding behind the clouds. The track and the bleachers at Travelers Rest High School are shaded and muted. Several student athletes and their coach, geography teacher John

by Lacey Eibert Keigley | November 10, 2020

You Can Nominate TR’s Citizen of the Year

Loves TR. Makes a difference in the lives of the folks of Travelers Rest. Helps to make our community better in a host of ways. Committed to protecting and promoting

by Lacey Eibert Keigley | September 16, 2020

Be a Part of the Art!

    Travelers Rest isn’t just a peaceful name on the map to us. It isn’t just a spot to get a delicious sandwich or to enjoy a slice of

by Guest Contributor | September 7, 2020

Rooted In: The Harding Family of Wet Knot Farms

Story by Clint Keels Photos by Jane Howard Photography   When Lacey reached out about a piece on Ian & Rachel Harding of Wet Knot Farms, I jumped at the

by Lacey Eibert Keigley | December 26, 2019

Dear Friends, First of All – Let’s Be Kind

We see a lot of what you guys are saying. We read Facebook comments on community group pages. You tag us in photos. You stop us on the Swamp Rabbit

by Melinda Long | December 12, 2018

The Café at Williams Hardware: Before We Say Goodbye

  From their popular Reuben sandwich to their unique gift shop and their online videos, the McCarrell sisters have given us joy for ten years.  For me, it’s been a