Greer Relief’s Caroline Robertson, left, recognized Misty Lathem at the nonprofit’s annual community breakfast.
Greer resident Misty Lathem knows what it feels like to need help. After a difficult childhood and some bad breaks, Lathem found Greer Relief at a critical time for her family. Through many interactions with the local nonprofit, she decided to give back to the same nonprofit that once gave to her.
Sections of Kids Planet are closed to the public until the equipment can be repaired.  Ryan Lanier (above) enjoyed the open section of the playground on Monday.
City officials are looking to maintain a popular Greer community playground until a plan can be established for its redevelopment. Numerous pieces of equipment at Kids Planet I in Century Park need repairing and replacing, but a solution isn’t so simple.
Riverside could not keep up with Christ Church’s offense last Friday during a 49-39 loss on the road.
Eastside improved to 4-0 last Friday with a 49-0 blowout win over Southside on the road. The Eagles have now scored more than 40 points in each of their first four games, limiting opponents to just 21 combined points and recording two shutouts.
Greer stiff-armed Woodruff last Friday night during a 56-0 blowout. The Yellow Jackets move to 4-1 on the season heading into region play.
Greer made quick work of Woodruff last Friday, as the Jackets scored early and often on their way to a 56-0 non-conference blowout at Dooley Field.
As of last Thursday, the ASPCA has helped more than 850 homeless animals move from local shelters impacted by Hurricane Irma to the emergency shelter in Duncan.
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) secured a facility in Duncan prior to the landfall of Hurricane Irma.
Chuck Langston celebrated 25 years with a luncheon at his business last Friday. Front row, left to right: Mehul Shah, Sally Brock, Brad Toy, Jeff Howell, Chuck Langston, Miles Nason, Jim Griffin, Renee Raffaldt. Back Row, left to right: RW Abel, Paul Lister, Bob Ashworth, Rob Safrit, Doug Nason, Tim Allender, Will Lavender.
Langston-Black Real Estate celebrated 25 years in the Greer community with a luncheon last Friday. A North Carolina native, Chuck Langston partnered with David Black in 1992 to start the commercial real estate company. “We’ve been blessed,” Langston said. “God’s been good to us.”
Greer Relief’s Caroline Robertson, left, recognized Misty Lathem at the nonprofit’s annual community breakfast.
Sections of Kids Planet are closed to the public until the equipment can be repaired.  Ryan Lanier (above) enjoyed the open section of the playground on Monday.
Riverside could not keep up with Christ Church’s offense last Friday during a 49-39 loss on the road.
Greer stiff-armed Woodruff last Friday night during a 56-0 blowout. The Yellow Jackets move to 4-1 on the season heading into region play.
As of last Thursday, the ASPCA has helped more than 850 homeless animals move from local shelters impacted by Hurricane Irma to the emergency shelter in Duncan.
Chuck Langston celebrated 25 years with a luncheon at his business last Friday. Front row, left to right: Mehul Shah, Sally Brock, Brad Toy, Jeff Howell, Chuck Langston, Miles Nason, Jim Griffin, Renee Raffaldt. Back Row, left to right: RW Abel, Paul Lister, Bob Ashworth, Rob Safrit, Doug Nason, Tim Allender, Will Lavender.
Greer Relief’s Caroline Robertson, left, recognized Misty Lathem at the nonprofit’s annual community breakfast.

Greer nonprofit shares message

Greer resident Misty Lathem knows what it feels like to need help.

After a difficult childhood and some bad breaks, Lathem found Greer Relief at a critical time for her family.

Through many interactions with the local nonprofit, she decided to give back to the same nonprofit that once gave to her.

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Riverside could not keep up with Christ Church’s offense last Friday during a 49-39 loss on the road.

Eastside improved to 4-0 last Friday with a 49-0 blowout win over Southside on the road.

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William Thomas ‘Bill’ Taylor, Sr.

William Thomas “Bill” Taylor, Sr., 83, of Orangeburg, and widower of Peggy Troutt Taylor, died September 5, 2017 at Palmetto Health Richland Hospital in Columbia, South Carolina.

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