With school starting in less than two weeks, the Greer Soup Kitchen is wrapping up its summer lunch buddies program, which provides a steady meal for those in need.
A vast array of offerings has turned Reidville’s 137-acre Tyger River Park into a popular summer destination for local residents.
Personal paintings, wooden structures and plenty of shade distinguish Kids Planet at Century Park from other playgrounds in the area.
About 20 years ago, more than 3,000 volunteers came together to build the playground in nine days; this fall, the city is bringing in new equipment.
Small Impressions Child Development Center (CDC) recenlty launched a new innovative Financial Literacy Program titled Kid Ventures.
This summer, students learned about the many aspects of financial literacy and entrepreneurship, and the students established business enterprises of their own as well as manufactured a product to sell.
A typical Board of Commissioner’s meeting turned into a surprise award ceremony for one Greer CPW employee.
Mark Harvey was recognized with the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) Patriot Award on Monday, July 22.
Duncan resident Ciera Young is looking to reach local teenagers with her new book.
Released earlier this month, Young’s second book titled The Message Within is a book and a journal combined that discusses mental health, self-care, understanding influences, and details on how to journal effectively.
Immanuel United Methodist Church recently celebrated its golden anniversary in its current location at 1351 Main Street in Wellford.
Locals in search of an outdoor destination this summer might be interested in checking out East Riverside Park in Greer, which offers a playground, sand volleyball court, athletic fields and a shelter that can be reserved for events.
A Community Garden at the park gives local residents in the Greer area access to their own raised bed.
Heads turn when Lyman resident Ashley Tucker walks through Gold’s Gym in Greer on her way to the pool.
Perfect for exercise, paddle boarding, boating, picnicking, fishing and duck hunting, two local lakes have become popular summer hangouts for area residents.
Both Lake Cunningham and Lake Robinson are manmade, totaling 200 acres and 800 acres respectively.