For decades, John McMaster was a fixture at the SC State Hospital.
Halloween Hoopla brought thousands to Greer City Park last Saturday. The event, hosted by The Church at Greer Station and Resurrection Church, featured performances, games and plenty of candy.
The community came out to celebrate the season during Oktoberfest at Blue Ridge Brewing Company on Saturday.
A creek, a maple tree, and a two-horse wagon may not seem important, but the members of Maple Creek Missionary Baptist Church have another story to tell. These were the three main components to the founding of their church back in 1887.
Ella Jane Nesbitt made her mark on Greer.
The longtime owner of Nesbitt’s Beauty Shop was the first African American to operate a business of this nature in Greer. The store opened in 1947 and continued on until Nesbitt’s retirement in 2011, when she was 90 years old.
Two years ago, plans changed for the Hughes family.
Nicholas and Kami Hughes were preparing to move to Florida with their son, Joshua Lee Vaughn, who was getting set to attend the Motorcycle Mechanics Institute in Orlando.
Brandon McMahan’s hobby has taken him to new heights.
The 15-year City of Greer Zoning Coordinator has been honing his mountain climbing skills for quite some time, and recently reached the summit of Mount Rainier in Washington.
Kendra Zimmerman is looking to create a hub for the Suzuki piano community in the Upstate.
This Friday, she is holding two free demo classes to launch her new Suzuki Early Childhood Education program for babies and toddlers.
By Leland Burch
For The Greer Citizen