Spartanburg City News Podcast

Spartanburg City News Podcast

City of Spartanburg

Official podcast of the City of Spartanburg

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If you like to get outdoors to walk, run, or bike in Spartanburg, the coming weeks promise to be an exciting time as two popular local trails are set to see extensions completed soon! First, Spartanburg's most used recreational amenity, the Mary Black Foundation Rail Trail, is about to see its long-awaited expansion completed, taking the trail from its current terminus near the intersection of Union and E Henry streets through Downtown Spartanburg and beyond Barnet Park to Daniel Morgan Ave. Not far behind, the River Birch Trail, which currently begins near McCracken Middle School and ends at E Main Street, will soon reach to Drayton, terminating at the Mary Black Campus of Spartanburg Medical Center at one point and at the Beaumont Village neighborhood at another.  Today on the podcast, we're getting an update on these projects and other local trails development with Laura Ringo and Sophi Schwartzbauer of PAL, and along the way we share some details about this year's Turkey Day 8K, Spartanburg's favorite way to offset a few of those extra Thanksgiving calories!

Previous episodes

  • 305 - New trail extensions near completion 
    Thu, 20 Oct 2022 - 0h
  • 304 - The History of Morgan Square 
    Thu, 15 Sep 2022
  • 303 - Discussing Downtown Spartanburg pedestrian spaces, midcentury to present 
    Thu, 25 Aug 2022
  • 302 - New committee to guide Morgan Square redesign process 
    Tue, 16 Aug 2022 - 0h
  • 301 - Taking a look at the City's upcoming fiscal year budget 
    Wed, 22 Jun 2022 - 0h
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