A large butterfly bench was delivered on Monday to the new Nancy Welch Memorial Butterfly Garden at Greer City Park. Students and volunteers from Greer Middle College have started to work with Greer Council of Garden Club members this week to install plants according to the design.
The Greer Police Department is currently searching for more long-term officers, such as Sgt. Randle Ballenger, pictured above.
Filling vacancies isn’t as easy as it once was for the City of Greer’s public safety departments. With turnover and retention becoming more of an issue, Greer Police Chief Matt Hamby said the pool of qualified applicants is shrinking.
The Wofford men’s basketball team celebrated its NCAA Tournament selection on Sunday. The 7th-seeded Terriers will take on Seton Hall in Jacksonville, Florida on Thursday.
The Wofford Terriers earned the No. 7 seed in the Midwest Region of the 2019 NCAA Tournament, traveling to Jacksonville, Florida, to face the 10th-seeded Seton Hall Pirates in the first round on Thursday at 9:40 p.m. on CBS.
Zion Williamson was drawing sell-out crowds during his junior year of high school.
Zion-mania might be sweeping the nation, but it started in Spartanburg. Duke’s star power forward Zion Williamson will lead the No. 1 Blue Devils into round one of the NCAA Tournament this Friday, reaching another milestone in his already successful career.
The Board of the Archaeological Society of South Carolina and Dr. Keith Stephenson presented Lorene Fisher of Greer with the ‘Distinguished Archaeologist of the Year’ for the state of South Carolina at USC at the annual Archaeological Society of South Carolina (ASSC) meeting last month.
Greer’s Lorene Fisher is reaping the fruits of her labors. With an eye on the ground and an interest in Native American culture, Fisher was recently recognized for her archaeology work in a major way.
Members of Alpha Alpha Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma funded over 350 books for the students and provided tote bags, Math Bingo, refreshments and social interactions.
A Pi Day celebration was held at Chandler Creek Elementary School last Thursday. The Alpha Alpha Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma partnered with the Communities In Schools Afterschool Program to celebrate the day (March 14).
The Greer Police Department is currently searching for more long-term officers, such as Sgt. Randle Ballenger, pictured above.
The Wofford men’s basketball team celebrated its NCAA Tournament selection on Sunday. The 7th-seeded Terriers will take on Seton Hall in Jacksonville, Florida on Thursday.
Zion Williamson was drawing sell-out crowds during his junior year of high school.
The Board of the Archaeological Society of South Carolina and Dr. Keith Stephenson presented Lorene Fisher of Greer with the ‘Distinguished Archaeologist of the Year’ for the state of South Carolina at USC at the annual Archaeological Society of South Carolina (ASSC) meeting last month.
Members of Alpha Alpha Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma funded over 350 books for the students and provided tote bags, Math Bingo, refreshments and social interactions.

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A large butterfly bench was delivered on Monday to the new Nancy Welch Memorial Butterfly Garden at Greer City Park. Students and volunteers from Greer Middle College have started to work with Greer Council of Garden Club members this week to install plants according to the design.

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The Wofford men’s basketball team celebrated its NCAA Tournament selection on Sunday. The 7th-seeded Terriers will take on Seton Hall in Jacksonville, Florida on Thursday.

The Wofford Terriers earned the No.

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Carrie Duncan

Carrie Lee Burrell Duncan, 87, of Greer, widow of Elmer B. Duncan, passed away on March 10, 2019 at her home.

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