By Sam Mazzotta
Two new exhibits will open July 11 and run through August 2, celebrating the return of Ed Brown’s Championship Rodeo at the Cherokee County History and Arts Museum.
About 35 years ago, two newly-minted doctors and their attending said they wanted to go into practice together across from the former Allen Bennett Hospital site.
Since then, Family Medicine Mountain View has grown.
As Spartanburg District Five teachers and students gear up for the next school year, several special education positions will be added.
The district voted to add 16.3 positions at its June 23 meeting, several of which are special education.
Lanie Hudson, who served as Miss Greater Greer in 2013, was crowned Miss South Carolina in front of a crowd at Township Auditorium in Columbia on Saturday, June 28.
Gary Ward did not grow up wanting to be a mechanic, but that is where he ended up – and where he spent more than 50 years.
Hollywild Animal Park has announced two rare events being offered to the public. Those include a public appearance for the park’s bear cub on July 3 and a fishing event at the park on July 4.
When you read this, the students from the J. Harley Bonds Career Center will be in Kansas City competing with students from across the country in their respective fields.
Inflatables — they can be seen at festivals, birthday parties and fairs, but the process of managing them can be a physically tolling one.
Typically, one unit requires two people to setup and take down a unit. The units roll up like sleeping bags and can weigh 200 to 1,000 pounds.
By Sam Mazzotta
For The Greer Citizen
Q: I cannot keep my cat “Jess” out of the closet! Even though I keep the sliding doors closed, as soon as I open them to get something, she jumps right in and hides in the very back corner. How can I stop this?