A recent landscaping project brought back fond memories for Greer Mayor Rick Danner.
Danner has been working in his back yard for the past couple of years, eventually installing a large flower garden that attracted butterflies and hummingbirds.
“My mother loved butterflies. They’re are special to my family,” Danner said.
North Greenville University will grow its Greer campus from 400 to 800 students in the next five years through the addition of several programs.
Dr. Gene Fant, the university’s eighth president, updated local business owners of the campus’ progress during the Business and Breakfast event as part of NGU’s celebration of 125 years.
Volunteers are joining members of Fairview Baptist to complete projects around the Greer area during the church’s third annual Hope Week.
The event, which began as Nathan Brannon’s senior project at Greer Middle College, kicked off last Saturday with the second annual Egg Drop at Dooley Field. Projects then started on Monday.
A local author turned a hobby into a published novel after being diagnosed with Congestive Heart Failure.
Wellford’s Kennedy Brown released her book That’s It! I Quit! I’m Moving’ On! through True Glory Publications a couple of years ago, marking a high point in a difficult journey.
Students from Greer’s J. Harley Bonds Career Center, Riverside High and other area schools put their knowledge to the test during the annual SkillsUSA competition last Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
A 2006 graduate of Byrnes, Ciera Young recently published her first book.
Young has already sold more than 200 of Cheers to Him, which currently boasts a five-star rating on Amazon.
Since 1998, the Living Gallery at Bob Jones University has been an important part of many local residents’ Easter holiday. This year, the tradition continues with “This is My Word,” a drama that tells the story of a woman who is dealing with cancer and handling the trials that all too many are familiar with.
A new church is coming to Greer, and it’s unlike the other churches that line the main streets of downtown.
Constructed in 1923, The Louie James House is one of Greer’s most prominent examples of early twentieth century Colonial Revival residential architecture.
Named for William Louis “Louie” James, a prominent Greer farmer, merchant and businessman, the structure has only had two owners in nearly a century.