Visible changes are expected in the coming months for the sites of the former Ryan’s restaurant and Allen Bennett Hospital property on Wade Hampton Boulevard.
Dean Hybl, Executive Director of nonprofit think tank Ten at the Top, addressed a number of issues facing the Upstate in 2018 at the Greer Chamber’s recent First Friday Luncheon.
Singer/Songwriter Angela Easterling (top) performed during the WinterSkunk Music Fest at The Spinning Jenny this past Saturday, Feb. 10. The one-day, indoor concert included vendors and food trucks.
Development plans are circulating for two prominent Greer locations.
The City of Greer’s Planning Advisory Committee will consider proposals for development at the former Ryan’s restaurant and Allen Bennett property.
The plans, along with several others, will be presented at a regular, Feb. 8, meeting at Greer City Hall.
North Greenville University (NGU) is partnering with USC Upstate to address nursing shortages across the state.
A new initiative will allow students the opportunity to earn two bachelor’s degrees in five years.
Lyman natives Marshall and Leon James have been singing together for 73 years.
The brothers began their journey as entertainers many years ago in a band formed by their father, AB James.
Marshall was seven at the time, and Leon was five. They performed for years with no instruments, just their voices.
The Greenville County Sheriff’s office is investigating a “potentially inappropriate” relationship between a teacher and a student at Blue Ridge High School, according to information released last week.
This information is according to a Feb. 1 email from Sgt. Ryan Flood:
The flu has been deadly in South Carolina this winter, taking the lives of at least 84 people and hospitalizing hundreds more.
According to The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC), it is unknown when this particular flu season will peak.
Hair Loss Certification
Tabatha Crockett completed a hair loss certification class at the Westin Marriott in Kennesaw, Georgia, on Aug. 22.
She is certified as a hair loss specialist, which allows her to work with dermatologists and oncologists.
Since Tony Kouskolekas became president of Pelham Medical Center five years ago, numbers have continued to climb.
“Four years ago, the emergency department saw, on average, 60 to 65 people a day. Now we average almost 100 a day,” he said. “We continue to care for people quickly while delivering excellent, quality care.”