Splash pads, ropes courses, hammock swings—those are a few of the suggestions city officials received from children during the interactive planning session for Kids Planet renovations Tuesday night.
Greer native Tim Wells led an active life into his 40s before a diagnosis took him by surprise.
“There were really no other symptoms or signs that I had a kidney problem–maybe occasional back pain,” Wells said. “I was forty-three, in good shape, and still playing pick-up and church basketball.”
Phil Rhoads has been tapped to lead the upcoming downtown streetscape project.
Rhoads, who retired in 2012 as director of the Building and Development Standards Department and was the city’s Chief Building Official, is set to meet with local business owners and city officials this week.
A Grand Jury has indicted Greenville County Sheriff Will Lewis on charges of misconduct in office and obstructive of justice, according to 16th Circuit Solicitor Kevin Brackett.
Lewis was suspended from his position as sheriff via executive order from South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster Tuesday morning.
Three more Greer Station businesses are planning to take advantage of the city’s match for facade grant funding in the coming weeks.
Brandon Price and William Yarborough outlined renovation plans at a recent Greer Board of Architectural Review meeting.
The wait is over. Greer’s Southern Heritage Cookbook is back in stock at Greer Community Ministries (GCM).
Savana Hughes (right), had her picture made with Miss Greater Greer Sydney Ford last Thursday at Pelican’s Snoballs of Greer. Hughes is one of Ford’s Miss SC Princesses, and she will be attending Miss SC week with Ford. A portion of Thursday night’s proceeds will benefit Children’s Miracle Network.
Needs bus drivers
Greer Community Ministries is seeking volunteer bus drivers for the Senior Dining program.
No special license is needed, just a heart for seniors in the area.
For more information, call Bill Broadus at 877-1937.
Admiral Samuel Locklear, left, spoke to Byrnes High School students last week at the Spartanburg District Five Fine Arts Center. A 1972 graduate of Byrnes, Locklear shared his experiences in both high school and the United States Navy.
As a new senior center nears completion, Middle Tyger Community Center Director Andrea Moore is seeking funding for furnishings and equipment.
Moore recently requested the City of Wellford’s support, after giving an update on the project.