Wayne George (center), executive director of the Municipal Association of South Carolina, visited Greer City Council last Tuesday evening to acknowledge council members’ professional development. Greer is among eight South Carolina municipalities in which all members of Council are graduates of the Municipal Elected Officials Institute.
Greer Relief will host its fourth annual Neighborhood Breakfast and discussion at Greer First Presbyterian Church on June 14, from 7:30-9 a.m.
The event is designed to inform local residents about the services available at Greer Relief, which aim to eliminate poverty and help in other areas of need.
The Greer Library is planning an expansion for its building and parking lot.
Students from the Creative Advancement Center (CAC) after school program read letters of appreciation and performed musical numbers during the 10th Annual Awards Luncheon last Friday at the Cannon Centre.
Byrnes High School seniors celebrated their upcoming graduation on Tuesday with a walk through Abner Creek Academy. They were greeted by a crowd of cheering students and teachers.
David Fowler doesn’t look like the average pastor.
“I might be a little rough around the edges,” admitted Fowler, who is celebrating ten years of sobriety and recovery from alcohol and drug addiction. “But I’ve always had an old soul.”
The American Legion Post 115 and Auxiliary Unit 115 will host the second annual Remembrance Day event on this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Victor Veterans Park.
An off the grid community planned for Inglesby Street in downtown Greer is moving forward with a Final Development Plan (FDP).
The Greer Planning Commission unanimously approved the FDP for the project on Monday night.
The first phase of the development includes installation of ten homes with a gravel, private road.
Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. (Keurig), has announced plans to construct a new packaging facility in Moore, marking an investment of $350 million and the creation of 500 jobs.
Established in 1981, Keurig specializes in single-serving coffee and tea products with more than 500 total varieties.
A Spartanburg County deputy has been placed on paid administrative leave following a shooting on Sunday afternoon.
According to officials with the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office, police were called to a Moore residence at around 4:41 p.m. in referenced to a disturbance with weapons.