Thousands celebrated the cultures of more than 20 countries last Saturday at the City of Greer’s fourth International Festival.
The event, which features live entertainment, educational opportunities and international food, has grown each year.
Urban Petals, a new floral shop, is now offering its services to downtown Greer customers.
The business held a soft opening at the beginning of March at its 210 Trade St. location, and a grand opening is scheduled for 5 p.m. on May 2.
A new Christian Learning Center (CLC) is offering services to Blue Ridge middle and high school students after more than a year of construction.
A dedication service for the new facility, located across the street from the middle school, is set for Sunday at 2 p.m.
Lyman council members Tony Wyatt and Larry Chappell will compete for the vacant mayor seat, which will be filled by special election on June 27.
The vacancy came after the recent passing of mayor Tony G. Gillespie, who had served since July of 2016.
Lyman roads could see a major overhaul in the coming years, as collaborative planning efforts continue to take shape.
A Northwood Middle School teacher has been charged with forgery and theft of a controlled substance after student medication was reported stolen, according to the Greenville County Sheriffs office.
Officials from Greenville County Schools say Dawn Alexander McGill, a 37-year-old school nurse, resigned from her position on Friday.
Greenville Health System’s McCrary Bone Marrow Transplant Unit dedicated its new Countybank Wellness Suite recently, following a $215,000 donation from the bank.
The Countybank Wellness Suite will be a place of respite and recovery for patients at the Transplant Unit, located in Greenville Memorial Hospital.
CPW Blood Drive to
honor Officer Harris
Greer Commission of Public Works (CPW) is holding a blood drive from 12:30-5:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 27, at 301 McCall Street, Greer, in memory of fallen Spartanburg Police Officer Jason Harris.