Greer resident Katie Cruise Smith is sharing her story of faith through adoption in her new book “Why Did You Choose Me,” set to release next month.
Cancer is a subject that hits close to home for Taylors resident Tina Evans-Martin.
Having a mom with breast cancer and a dad with colon cancer, Evans-Martin had her own scare with the disease more than a decade ago.
“It’s prone that I would get it,” she said. “It was God. God is who healed me.”
As Greer Middle College (GMC) students gear up for their annual Spirit Week, fundraisers and a list of service projects are on the agenda.
Similar to Hope Week, a summer event started by a GMC senior, this year’s Spirit Week will include a list of projects provided by Greer Relief and Greer Community Ministries (GCM).
Zoe Wilson shared time with a dog during the Albino Skunk Music Festival held Oct. 5-7 on Jordan Road in Greer.
More than 100 locals gathered at Rosie’s Hotdogs at the corner of Main Street and Pennsylvania Avenue to celebrate the restaurant’s 25th anniversary on Saturday.
As part of the celebration, local mills competed to see who could bring the most canned food for Greer Community Ministries, accumulating more than 900 cans.
Local author Jonathan Lowe recently re-published his work, Awakening Storm, in written format.
Originally published as an audiobook in 2003-2004, Awakening Storm involves a TV preacher and a psychologist who is treating a young man for nightmares.
A grand opening ceremony is scheduled for Oct. 25 for the South Carolina Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Department’s newest Job Readiness Training Center in Lyman.
The center is located at the Bryant Center, VR’s office and comprehensive services complex located at 180 Groce Road.
A bike repair program has recently taken root in Taylors with a goal of building relationships by offering free bike repairs the first Saturday of every month.
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) secured a facility in Duncan prior to the landfall of Hurricane Irma.