City officials broke ground on a $10.8 million streetscape project Tuesday morning, marking the start of an 18 month effort to transform Greer’s downtown. The project, which is being called CenterG, will revamp sidewalks and roads along Trade Street. The streetscape project has an estimated completion date of June, 2020.
Blue Ridge’s Shayne van Wettering won the 182-pound weight class title at the Greenville County championships over the weekend.
Blue Ridge’s Shayne van Wettering claimed the county wrestling title in the 182-pound division last Saturday, leading his team to a fifth place finish. Van Wettering got the decision over Eyan McKnight, taking his 16th win of the season.
Blue Ridge went 1-1 to open region play last week.
The Greer boys basketball team fell to 0-2 in region play last week after nearly knocking off Travelers Rest in overtime. The Yellow Jackets used an 18-point fourth quarter surge to tie things up at the end of regulation against the Devildogs on Friday, but were outscored 10-5 in overtime during the 59-54 loss.
A more recent photo of the retired nurse.
The first psych ward Ruth Westbury ever worked was in a VA hospital in Lyons, New Jersey.
SCDOT workers patch potholes on Jones Avenue in Greer Monday afternoon.
A steady flow of rain throughout the Upstate since December has given local drivers plenty of potholes to dodge on city, county and state roads.
John and Susan Johnson are continuing efforts to locate a private school at 1198 Abner Creek Road.
John and Susan Johnson are still hoping to open a private school on five acres of land on Abner Creek Road, following a 2018 setback. Community safety concerns caused the couple’s request for a special exception to locate in an R-S zoning area to be denied in November.
Blue Ridge’s Shayne van Wettering won the 182-pound weight class title at the Greenville County championships over the weekend.
Blue Ridge went 1-1 to open region play last week.
A more recent photo of the retired nurse.
SCDOT workers patch potholes on Jones Avenue in Greer Monday afternoon.
John and Susan Johnson are continuing efforts to locate a private school at 1198 Abner Creek Road.

Project breaks ground

City officials broke ground on a $10.8 million streetscape project Tuesday morning, marking the start of an 18 month effort to transform Greer’s downtown.

The project, which is being called CenterG, will revamp sidewalks and roads along Trade Street. The streetscape project has an estimated completion date of June, 2020.

GPC denies private school request

The Greer Planning Commission will recommend that Greer City Council deny a proposed private school at 1198 Abner Creek Road.

The matter will be brought to council at the Feb. 12 meeting. Consideration will not include a public hearing. Anyone from the public wishing to speak on the matter will need to contact the clerk ahead of time.

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Blue Ridge’s Shayne van Wettering won the 182-pound weight class title at the Greenville County championships over the weekend.

Blue Ridge’s Shayne van Wettering claimed the county wrestling title in the 182-pound division last Saturday, leading his team to a fifth place finish.

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