This illustration shows a proposed development off Ansel School Road in Greer. The project would add 62 single-family town homes behind Northwood Baptist Church.
A proposed development off Ansel School Road in Greer is raising concerns among local residents. The development would place 62 town homes on 6.5 acres behind Northwood Baptist Church between Holiday and Ansel School roads. The property is currently vacant.
Officials say residential growth is continuing in the City of Greer, with 25 communities added since 2013. Residential zoning permits have increased for three consecutive years. Permits totaled 247 in 2014, 280 in 2015 and 426 in 2016. Residential lots available were 1,242 in 2014, decreasing to 647 in 2015 and rising to 800 in 2016.
PJ Dozier and the South Carolina Gamecocks knocked off Marquette and Duke last weekend at Bon Secours Wellness Arena, advancing to the Sweet 16 for the first time in program history.
The Gamecocks are heading into unfamiliar territory after upsetting Duke in the second round of NCAA Tournament play Sunday at Bon Secours Wellness Arena. With the 88-81 win over the Blue Devils, South Carolina advances to the Sweet 16 for the first time since the NCAA Tournament expanded to 64 teams.
The Blue Ridge baseball team fell to Wade Hampton, but topped Christ Church last week.
The Tigers went 1-1 in non-conference play last week. The Blue Ridge baseball team dropped its first game of the week at Wade Hampton on Thursday night, falling 3-1.  
Springwell Church in Greer will host its annual Spring Carnival on April 8.
Springwell Church will host its fifth annual spring carnival on Saturday, April 8, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The event, which is free to the community, will feature bounce houses, mechanical rides (including a train for preschool-age children), activities and food.
Albert’s Cartoon Maps will be printing a new map for Greer in the spring. This one was done in 1993.
Diane Norton is continuing a tradition her dad started in 1989. Albert’s Cartoon Maps is getting ready to print its first Greer map since 1993, offering local businesses a unique way to promote their brand.
This illustration shows a proposed development off Ansel School Road in Greer. The project would add 62 single-family town homes behind Northwood Baptist Church.
PJ Dozier and the South Carolina Gamecocks knocked off Marquette and Duke last weekend at Bon Secours Wellness Arena, advancing to the Sweet 16 for the first time in program history.
The Blue Ridge baseball team fell to Wade Hampton, but topped Christ Church last week.
Springwell Church in Greer will host its annual Spring Carnival on April 8.
Albert’s Cartoon Maps will be printing a new map for Greer in the spring. This one was done in 1993.

Residential growth continuing

Officials say residential growth is continuing in the City of Greer, with 25 communities added since 2013.

Residential zoning permits have increased for three consecutive years. Permits totaled 247 in 2014, 280 in 2015 and 426 in 2016. Residential lots available were 1,242 in 2014, decreasing to 647 in 2015 and rising to 800 in 2016.

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Mark Owens, left, and Lee Dumas assisted Greer Community Ministries with its Meals on Wheels Champions campaign on Monday.

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Mildred G. Shirley Lister

Mildred G. Shirley Lister, 94, widow of Hullon Lister and her first husband, Dennis Shirley, passed away at her home Thursday, March 16, 2017.

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