CertusBank celebrated the opening of their flagship branch in downtown Greenville last week. The branch is located in the ONE building on Main Street, which will also house the company’s corporate headquarters in early 2014.
Greer has one new restaurant and one notorious chef who has moved closer to home.
Marmalade, at 906 W. Poinsett St., serves “traditional breakfast with French flared in,” said Jason Bailey, owner and chef.
It’s his third restaurant in his career, but the first in Greer. The restaurant is also available for catering and parties.
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Dr. Robert Crisman had no intention of going into Chiropractic care, especially during a time when alternative medicine wasn’t as accepted, but he’s now worked in the field and operated his own practice for nearly 20 years.
Greer Bancshares Incorporated, the parent company of Greer State Bank, reported third quarter net income attributable to common shareholders of $668,000 or $0.27 per diluted common share as compared to the prior year third quarter net income of $777,000 or $0.31 per diluted common share.
JaVon Brown, DDS, and Sonya Shyam, DDS, are pleased to announce the opening of their new dental office, Greer Family Dental Care, a new full-service, family dental practice will open on Nov. 21.
After about 40 years on North Pleasantburg Drive in Greenville, Sir George’s Salon has expanded with a downtown Greer location.
Sir George’s White House Salon, at 200 School St., recently held its grand opening. The salon is a whole-service with four stylists and a manicurist, said Colt Davis, salon owner and manager.
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On Monday, Village Hospital opened a new catheterization lab in Greer. While procedures offered at the lab will initially be limited to diagnostic procedures, additional services will be added as the program grows.
An amendment for zoning that will allow for tattoo parlors and body piercing facilities in industrial zoned areas of Wellford was passed during the Nov. 5 Wellford Council Meeting.