Q: How do you feel about gambling at a casino, as long as you limit your spending and don’t expect to win big money?
Folks in the community got a taste of what life would be like with driverless vehicles last week.
Greer Memorial and the Cottages at Brushy Creek participated in testing of Induct’s Navia electric driverless shuttle last Friday, cruising around at 12 mph with no one at the helm.
Greer State Bank recently named Kevin Duncan branch manager/private banker and assistant vice president for the Buncombe Road location.
Taylors Free Medical Clinic is $5,000 closer to its goal of expanding its services to the community, and it has BI-LO to thank.
The store raffled off a golf cart recently, raising the targeted amount for the clinic, which aims to serve uninsured community members with faith-based care.
Despite delays, the IHOP (International House of Pancakes) in Greer is aiming to begin feeding the local public in mid-March, according to Brian Horne, IHOP vice president of marketing.
A Taylors woman has claimed a $1 million Powerball prize won in last Wednesday night’s drawing.
The winning ticket was bought at the Li’l Cricket on Wade Hampton Boulevard and the luck winner said it was her husband’s idea to buy the ticket for a chance at the advertised $425 million jackpot.
When Jen Hunt was looking for work, she was shocked to find the exact job she had in Los Angeles here in Greer. So she applied through Craigslist – then she tracked down the store’s email addresses and sent her resume – and got in touch through Facebook.
Q: I know you hate payday loan companies. Do you feel the same way about check-cashing companies?
Q: I went to medical school, and now I have $70,000 in debt. I just started a three-year residency making about $50,000 a year, while my wife makes $40,000. The student loans represent our only debt. Do you think we should be paying this off or investing in a Roth IRA?
Cabela’s Inc., a hunting, fishing and outdoor store based in Nebraska, is expected to create more than 200 jobs when it opens its Greenville location on April 3.
The 100,000-square-foot store is Cabela’s first South Carolina location and will be located in Magnolia Park.