First responders rescued a man from a vehicle last Thursday afternoon after it collided with an oncoming train. The incident, which entrapped the driver of a white SUV, occurred on North Line Street at around 1:45 p.m. The man was taken to the hospital, but the extent of his injuries were unknown at press time.
Countybank revealed renovation plans for its Trade Street location Tuesday afternoon, hosting a drop-in for local residents.
Maddox Menswear opened its doors to Lyman customers earlier this summer, and Byrnes graduate Renee Chapman is hoping to bring a hometown feel to her new business.
An Inman man received a 50-year prison sentence on Monday for an alcohol-related crash that killed two college students and critically injured a third, according to solicitor Barry Barnette.
Greer Commission of Public Works (CPW) crews spent several hours last Thursday repairing two water main breaks in the area of South Buncombe and Brushy Creek Roads.
The breaks closed a portion of Brushy Creek for an entire weekend, and put several neighborhoods on boil water advisories for extended periods of time.
Taylors Market to hold
Taylors Farmers Market is holding its inaugural Summer Harvest Festival from 4-8 p.m. on August 31 at the Taylors Mill.
More than 50 vendors are expected for the inaugural festival.
The next festival is the Taylors Mill Fall Festival from 2-7 p.m. on October 22.
Greer Relief’s third annual Neighborhood Breakfast will take place at the newly remodeled BMW Zentrum from 7:30-9 a.m. on Sept. 19.
South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster issued an executive order last week for state agencies to cease providing state or local funds to any physician or professional medical practice affiliated with an abortion clinic and operating concurrently with an abortion clinic.
Several of Spartanburg County’s larger precincts were split into smaller sizes and new precincts/voting locations have been established for the Nov. 7 elections.
New voter registration cards are being mailed to voters impacted by the changes.
The Greenville Tech Foundation will host its 2017 Workforce Development Salute on Oct. 10.
The annual event emphasizes the importance of developing a skilled labor pool for Greenville’s business economy and will honor community leaders for their significant contributions toward that effort.