Those with family members or close friends battling dementia can feel discouraged at times, but Comfort Keepers, which has three locations (Greenville, Spartanburg and Tryon), is recommending three easy ways to help loved ones.
Spartanburg County Sheriff Chuck Wright says local residents have already lost more than $367,000 this year to scammers preying on the elderly.
By Ryan Hanrahan
For The Greer Citizen
National Night Out made its way to Greer City Park Tuesday evening, encouraging better relations between first responders and community members.
Greer’s annual fall fashion show is taking on a new look in its fourth year.
The Catwalk for the Cure event will now go by “Dress Like A Local,” in hopes of promoting area businesses.
Greer CPW is moving forward with new regulations.
Commissioners unanimously approved two new lake regulations, prohibiting vendors and paddle boards at local destinations.
Under the new rule, no exchange of money is allowed at Lake Cunningham or Lake Robinson.
By Ryan Hanrahan
For the Greer Citizen
Greer’s Sean Patrick Oswell will serve more than 20 years in prison for his involvement in the production of child pornography, United States Attorney Beth Drake announced last week.
GCM seeks volunteers
For 12 Days of Christmas
Greer Community Ministries is seeking volunteers or groups to collect items for Meals on Wheels clients during the 12 Days of Christmas.
The Greer Parks and Recreation Department is working to repair the pedestrian bridge at Century Park.
Greer City Council unanimously approved a decision to negotiate with Capitol Construction regarding the project last week.
A development coming to the intersections of North Wood Lane, Ansel School and Holliday roads has been reduced from 81 to 50 town home units.
Development plans for the six and a half acres have come before council multiple times since the project was originally announced.
The South Carolina Department of Transportation will soon begin construction on a multi-use pathway in Lyman, beginning at the intersection of Community Street and Spartanburg Road and ending on Pacific Street. The project is one of three local undertakings associated with the 2017 Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP).