It’s been more than a year in the making but Greenville Little Theatre has finally staged the classic “Les Miserables.”
The classic story “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” will come to life soon through the South Carolina Children’s Theatre.
Eli Pfohl, a 9-year-old from Greer, plays several supporting characters within the production.
Greer High honored dozens of students at its recent awards night, including many seniors that racked up plenty of recognition.
Two students were recognized, in part, for their resilience.
The District Five Schools of Spartanburg County board continues to move forward with plans for a new Byrnes High building.
The board most recently voted 8-0 to approve a resolution that will allow a referendum to go to voters on Sept. 9, allowing the board to borrow up to $71 million in general obligations bonds to cover the project.
by Sam Mazzotta
For The Greer Citizen
Park Hop has returned for a second summer, bringing six cities in Greenville County together, along with the Greenville Drive, the Children’s Museum of the Upstate, Paris Mountain State Park and Livewell Greenville.
Greer Memorial Hospital is working towards being designated as “Baby-Friendly,” which means promoting skin-to-skin contact between newborns and their parents, breastfeeding, keeping babies in the room with their mothers, among other practices.
DEAR PAW’S CORNER: I want to volunteer somehow to help pets in my area, but can’t really find any opportunities. I called the local shelter, and they said they aren’t accepting volunteers right now. Why not? I thought shelters were desperate for help. Where else can I look?
Riverside High’s speech and debate coaches expected to send a few students to the national tournament in Kansas – but they didn’t expect to send more than a dozen.
Daily Bread Ministries, which operates the Greer Soup Kitchen, is planning to expand its assistance with a homeless shelter.