Alumni from Greer High and Riverside High competed Saturday during the Champions for a Cause event, raising money to benefit the Travis Perry Scholarship.
Michelin gifted 25 toolkits to mechatronics students at the Bonds Career Center in Greer last Wednesday.
The kits were designed by members of Michelin’s advanced manufacturing teams in response to interest in mechatronics among high school students and a need for supplies.
A number of big-name conservative speakers were on hand for a Blexit event at Burnsview Baptist Church last Saturday.
Blexit, a 501c3 nonprofit started by Candace Owens, now has a presence in more than 20 states.
Speakers at the three-hour event included: Dinesh D’Souza, Mark Robinson, Larry Elder, Brandon Tatum and Will Witt.
Sweet Tea Station will specialize in quick gifts and home decor.
Sabrina Hodges, who opened Sweet Tea Station (STS) in Reidville in January 2018 as a Farmhouse Home Decor and Gift Shop, recently expanded and more than doubled the Reidville location.
Spartanburg native Dara Hoopingarner is creating a boutique and retail shop for the younger generation on Trade Street.
Dress Me Lulu is expected to open in November at 210 Trade Street after having operated online for the last six months.
It’s technically a new restaurant, but it should be familiar to many Trade Street patrons.
Cafe Mazzitelli will open for business in the coming weeks. The name comes from Mazzitelli Deli, which closed July 3 due to the impact of COVID-19 after two years on Trade Street.
Dewey “Skin” Williams, Jr., was known for his craftsmanship.
The World War II veteran spent many years whittling creations to give as gifts to those he met.
Members of the Greer community recently stepped up to help their neighbor in need.
Last month, a bench went missing from Susan Christmas’ Little Library at the corner of North Miller Street and West Church Street.
Northwood Baptist Church is hosting a 9-11 Memorial Service on Sunday, honoring those who lost their lives during the 2001 terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
The 2020 Greenville City 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb is set for Friday, September 11, 2020, at Fluor Field, located at 945 South Main Street in Greenville.