Spartanburg MPO Jason Harris will be remembered this week for his service in the Upstate.
Spartanburg police officer who lost his life while on duty last Tuesday will be remembered this week.Master Police Officer Jason Harris was operating a motorcycle at around 9:40 p.m. on April 11 when it collided with an oncoming vehicle on Union Street in Spartanburg.
The Greer Goes Global International Festival will return to City Park on Saturday with events planned from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. The event, which features live entertainment, will take place rain or shine.
More than 20 countries will be represented at this year’s International Festival, set for this Saturday at Greer City Park.The event, which includes: International food, entertainment, displays, sports exhibitions and an international marketplace, will take place from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. rain or shine.
The Greer baseball team snagged three non-conference wins last week during a Spring Break tournament in Easley.
The Greer baseball team picked up three wins during a Spring Break tournament in Easley last week, topping Emerald (4-1), West Oak (6-2) and Southside Christian (4-3).The Jackets’ only loss of the tournament came to Laurens (9-6).
The Byrnes softball team is second in the region heading into the final week.
The Lady Rebels recently exacted some revenge against Boiling Springs, moving to 5-2 in region play and 15-5 overall.The Byrnes softball team’s only two conference losses came to the Bulldogs earlier this year, but a 2-1 during Spring Break puts the Rebels solidly in second place.
Hope Week, a community service project created by North Greenville University Student Nathan Brannon, culminated
with an Easter egg hunt last week.
More than 500 volunteers donated their time and energy to various projects in Greer during Hope Week.The week culminated with an egg drop on Saturday, April 15, but the hard work came first. Volunteers took on tasks such as: weeding, mulching, roofing, painting, teaching basketball and more.
Eastside graduate Marion Reeves has a story to tell and a desire to help those who struggle with eating disorders and depression.
Marion Reeves was just like many girls growing up in the Upstate. She was friendly, athletic, popular, and healthy. But when Reeves turned 13 years old, she began to be concerned with her appearance—as many teenagers do. But the concern soon became an unhealthy obsession that would spiral out of control and take over her teen years.
Spartanburg MPO Jason Harris will be remembered this week for his service in the Upstate.
The Greer Goes Global International Festival will return to City Park on Saturday with events planned from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. The event, which features live entertainment, will take place rain or shine.
The Greer baseball team snagged three non-conference wins last week during a Spring Break tournament in Easley.
The Byrnes softball team is second in the region heading into the final week.
Hope Week, a community service project created by North Greenville University Student Nathan Brannon, culminated
with an Easter egg hunt last week.
Eastside graduate Marion Reeves has a story to tell and a desire to help those who struggle with eating disorders and depression.

Housing vote held over

A development that would add 62 town homes on 6.5 acres behind Northwood Baptist Church in Greer will be considered by the city’s Planning Advisory Committee before annexation is granted, Greer Council decided last week.

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The Greer baseball team snagged three non-conference wins last week during a Spring Break tournament in Easley.

The Greer baseball team picked up three wins during a Spring Break tournament in Easley last week, topping Emerald (4-1), West Oak (6-2) and Southside Christian (4-3).

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Obituaries

Willette Rollins Suber, 94, widow of Walter Hillary Suber, passed away April 7 at her home.

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