At 7:36 am, it was already 71 degrees, another sultry July day. The best thing to do on a day like this one is to find some water and a place in the shade to hang out with the family. We packed a cooler full of cold drinks and a picnic lunch, loaded up a couple of inner tubes, and headed for the river.
Columns & Letters
Q: My wife and I are trying very hard to save money and pay off debt, but we’re not making progress as quickly as I had hoped. What do you think of the idea of putting a hold on our son’s allowance for the jobs he does around the house until we get into a better financial situation?
Q: What’s the status on Kids Planet?
A: The Kids Planet renovations may take a little longer than anticipated.
The project recently ran into some issues with unsuitable soils in the lower parking lot on the east side of the property.
The year 2020 is one few people will soon forget. The sacrifices made in response to COVID-19 are perhaps most noticeable on holidays, when people accustomed to gathering with family and friends were unable to do so, or only able to do so on limited terms.
We have long recognized and celebrated the fact that the City of Greer is a diverse and inclusive community. The quality of life here makes it the perfect home for people of all races, creeds and colors, and our exceptional business climate has introduced a large international population to our melting pot.
Q: Have schools decided what they will do this fall?
To the editor,
Q: Will you take a quick survey?
A: This question comes from The Greenville County School District.
Officials are trying to gauge public opinion on reopening schools in the fall, and they need your help.
Social distancing” has quickly became part of the general lexicon, with people in many cities and towns staying six feet apart from others when venturing into the public, but mainly staying at home.
Q: Is there a paving schedule for downtown Greer?