Duncan residents are likely to see a tax increase next year due to a sewer repair mandate and because the town exceeded last year’s budgeted expenditures.
Fifty teams and 200 golfers competed for bragging rights and a chance to help knock out hunger at last Friday’s Dick Brooks Honda Meals on Wheels Invitational, benefitting Greer Community Ministires (GCM), at Greer Country Club.
Yellow Jackets both near and far will come together this weekend, celebrating the annual Greer High Alumni Reunion on Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. at Greer City Hall.
Changes are coming to Cannon Street.
The Greer Opry House, a longtime landmark in downtown Greer, will soon see big changes, including new management.
Lyman Town Clerk Dennis Drozdak is retiring after more than a decade of service.
The announcement came during a town council meeting on Monday.
On par with last year’s results, the sixth annual Rolling on the River event, benefiting District Five Family Ministries’ Middle Tyger Community Center (MTCC), is expected to bring in nearly $50,000.
“I can tell you we’ve raised just over $48,000,” Lisa Hall said.
Thousands took to the streets of downtown Greer last weekend to celebrate the 31st annual Pelham Medical Center Greer Family Fest.
The two-day event, featuring rides, live entertainment and local vendors, drew an estimated crowd of more than 20,000, according to the Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce.