Imagine for a moment a day without water. A day without one of the most important resources, a day without washing your hands, a day without firefighters being able to fight fires, a day without BMW being able to make SUVs. This list of things we could not do would be longer than this Letter to the Editor.
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All people of good will want to reduce poverty, but can disagree on the specific ways to achieve this.
A great feature of our democracy is reaching compromises when it comes to choosing specific solutions to achieve a certain worthy principle.
Things are changing with the CenterG project, as older, unmarked infrastructure has forced Sossamon Construction and Greer CPW to call an audible on the Cannon Street construction schedule.
This morning I sit among the trees and watch as the October woods come to life once more. I must’ve witnessed this scene play out hundreds of times over my thirty-plus years afield, but it always stirs my emotions, just like it did when I was a kid, hunting with my dad.
Whatta Wash South 14 is hosting a Haunted Car Wash on three weekends in October (Fridays and Saturdays, October 16-17, 23-24, and 30-31), from 6-11 p.m. at 2788 South Highway 14 in Greer.
No Fast Passes will be accepted during this time.
Letter to the Editor:
My wife and I have always admired Senator Lindsey Graham in very many ways.
He has strengthened the military and national security and on the Senate Judiciary Committee brought in 100s of judges who believe in the Constitution.
From Metro Creative Connection
The start date for In-Person Absentee voting in South Carolina has been moved.
The City of Greer is hosting a Pumpkin Crafting Contest in October.
Individuals may carve or paint pumpkins at home, then drop off their creations at the City of Greer Centr for the Arts Oct. 12-14.
The pumpkins will be displayed to the public on Tuesdays, Oct. 20 and 27, 6-8:30 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 24, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) is providing a public comment period for proposed additions to SCDOT’s 2020-2021 pavement improvement program.
Proposed projects were approved by the Commission pending substantive comments during the 21-day public comment period from September 22 through October 13.