A bridge on Edwards Road will be closed for utility relocation next week, and it will not re-open until the early part of next year.
Plans for a new park in Wellford are continuing to move forward.
After receiving land from Spartanburg County last year, the city has begun a partnership with Piedmont Construction to design the project.
“We’re in the conceptual phase,” said Gordon Ray, Owner of Piedmont Construction.
Duncan will hold its own Christmas parade in 2017.
In recent years, Duncan, Lyman, Wellford and Startex have shared the event, alternating locations.
With the recent elections putting in place a couple of new mayors, that tradition is being shaken.
Day of Celebration
postponed to Nov. 11
The 10th annual Lake Robinson Day of Celebration, postponed due to weather, is rescheduled for Saturday, Nov. 11.
The Greer Commission of Public Works (CPW) and the Friends of Lake Robinson are now planning to hold the event from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the new date.
Members of the Greer community got together at The Spinning Jenny last Tuesday to discuss ways to advance the arts downtown.
The Greer Cultural Arts Council, along with guest speaker Doug Young, hosted “Giving the Arts Center Stage in Greer,” hoping to take the next step in establishing an arts district in the city.
James Carter, Founder and Owner of Empire Ltd Studios, was honored by business leaders and the Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce last week, as he earned Small Business of the Quarter at the First Friday Luncheon.
The Town of Lyman will partner with Duke Energy to handle the impacts of future severe storms, following an agreement Monday night.
The town authorized Duke Energy to stage trucks and equipment as needed in support of pending storm damage in the Town of Lyman parking area of the former mill property.
The success of Greer Community Ministries’ (GCM) Big Thursday event will always depend on the involvement of the community.
The 38th annual version of the fundraiser on Nov. 2 at Fairview Baptist Church will showcase the talents of two generations of people that learn and live in Greer.
As downtown Greer undergoes extensive infrastructure repair, the Greer Commission of Public Works is making progress on a number of projects.
Greer CPW is upgrading and replacing some the oldest water and sewer lines in its system, getting ahead of the city’s eventual downtown streetscape project.
Local residents will come together for kayaking, canoeing and live entertainment during the 10th annual Lake Robinson Day of Celebration this Sunday from 1-6 p.m.