The red border outlines the property on Ansel School Road that council will consider for final approval of the annexation request next Tuesday night.
A county development on Ansel School Road in Greer could be annexed into the city as early as Tuesday, following a Planning Commission decision.
Siblings Peter and Caroline Ragan play around in the mega brain inflatable during Pelham Medical Center’s 10-year celebration on Saturday, which offered activities for children and hospital tours. The center is a part of Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System.
Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System will acquire Mary Black Health System, following a recent agreement. The transaction between Spartanburg Regional and Community Health Systems is expected to close by the end of the fourth quarter of 2018 and is subject to customary regulatory approvals and closing conditions.
The Rebels were outplayed in the second half on Friday, falling to Dorman, 45-31.
The Rebels ran into trouble last Friday night on the road at Dorman. With a couple of slip-ups late, Byrnes picked up its second loss of the season to its cross town rival, and dropped to 4-1 in conference play.
Max Louris rushed for four touchdowns during Eastside’s win over Blue Ridge at home last Friday.
The Eagles used a strong first half to power past Blue Ridge last Friday night at home, improving to 7-1 on the season. Eastside is now tied with Greer for first place in the region, as the two schools get set to meet this week.
Dr. Norma Nesbitt Givens shows family and friends at Stomping Grounds on Friday the relics from Ella Jane Nesbitt’s beauty shop to be placed into the Greer Heritage Museum. Lisa Garland (far right) looks on along with Pastor Earl D. Simmons, Sr., of Maple Creek Missionary Baptist Church (far left) and Kellie Wilson, Priest Associate for Faith Development with Christ Church Episcopal, who prayed over the sandwich before lunch began.
Ella Jane Nesbitt made her mark on Greer. The longtime owner of Nesbitt’s Beauty Shop was the first African American to operate a business of this nature in Greer. The store opened in 1947 and continued on until Nesbitt’s retirement in 2011, when she was 90 years old.
Byrnes senior Joshua Lee Vaughn celebrated with an early graduation ceremony in order for both of his parents, Nicholas and Kami Hughes, to be present.
Two years ago, plans changed for the Hughes family. Nicholas and Kami Hughes were preparing to move to Florida with their son, Joshua Lee Vaughn, who was getting set to attend the Motorcycle Mechanics Institute in Orlando.
The red border outlines the property on Ansel School Road that council will consider for final approval of the annexation request next Tuesday night.
Siblings Peter and Caroline Ragan play around in the mega brain inflatable during Pelham Medical Center’s 10-year celebration on Saturday, which offered activities for children and hospital tours. The center is a part of Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System.
The Rebels were outplayed in the second half on Friday, falling to Dorman, 45-31.
Max Louris rushed for four touchdowns during Eastside’s win over Blue Ridge at home last Friday.
Dr. Norma Nesbitt Givens shows family and friends at Stomping Grounds on Friday the relics from Ella Jane Nesbitt’s beauty shop to be placed into the Greer Heritage Museum. Lisa Garland (far right) looks on along with Pastor Earl D. Simmons, Sr., of Maple Creek Missionary Baptist Church (far left) and Kellie Wilson, Priest Associate for Faith Development with Christ Church Episcopal, who prayed over the sandwich before lunch began.
Byrnes senior Joshua Lee Vaughn celebrated with an early graduation ceremony in order for both of his parents, Nicholas and Kami Hughes, to be present.

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