After gathering input from local residents and students at six schools, the City of Greer is moving forward with putting together plans to renovate Kids Planet as well as figuring out how to accommodate the public interest in water features.
Christmas decorations will return to Wade Hampton Boulevard (Highway 29) this December.
Due to the installation of LED lighting on Wade Hampton, Christmas decorations were not part of the traditional holiday decor in 2017.
With design work now complete for the downtown streetscape, City of Greer officials are hoping to put the project out to bid in July.
Greer City Council has approved (5-1) a concept plan to develop 42 units on 9.86 acres on Henderson Gap Road.
An original request, which increased from 40 units on 8.1 acres in January to 62 units on 9.86 acres in March, raised concerns from area residents.
To help ensure voters are prepared for the June 12 Statewide Primaries and June 26 Primary Runoffs, the State Election Commission wants to remind South Carolinians of the fast-approaching voter registration deadline.
To vote in the 2018 statewide primaries and runoffs, residents must be registered by Sunday, May 13.
The Second Annual Dance Without Limits Spring Showcase will feature former student Emily Holbert, Miss Travelers Rest 2018.
Fifty years after starting a business in the trunk of his car, James Gregory has watched Gregory’s Boutique transform into a fixture of downtown Greer.
But he gives most of the credit to the people who have helped him along the way.
A South Carolina House of Representatives Resolution recognized The Greer Citizen for its service to Greer and the surrounding areas over the last 100 years. Celebrating in Columbia on Tuesday were, left to right, Rep. Derham Cole, Rep. Rita Allison, Publisher Steve Blackwell, Phil Buchheit (VP, Buchheit News), Rep. Eddie Tallon and Rep.
Having honed her skills in the Bonds Career Center welding program over the past year, high school junior Madison Salyers has dreams of one day opening her own shop.
“We actually have a family business,” she said. “We make horse shoe art.”
The Town of Wellford has annexed more than 50 Startex properties so far this year.