Bentley and Makynlie Underwood enjoyed time in this classic car at the O’Neal Church of God Car Show on Saturday.
As a part of the Federal CARES Act, communities around the County received federal funds to assist residents that have been impacted by the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Seven Small Impressions Child Development graduates were recognized for their accomplishments during a ceremony on Friday, July 17.
Crescent Carvers is crafting a living sculpture out of a 15-foot tree trunk at the Center for the Arts.
Stufona Latta was one of four entrepreneurs who pitched their business ideas to local experts earlier this month.
A two-day entrepreneurship immersion program, called The Platform@Greer, launched July 9-10, culminating with the inaugural “Greer Shark Tank.”
Riverside graduate and Greer native Anna Catherine Parham received the Order of the Silver Crescent earlier this month.
The award is the highest civilian honor given by the governor for community impact.
Cheers rang out as Greer Community Ministry employees and volunteers saw the $10,545 check that Ivey Tapp was presenting.
Tapp, who has been giving a birthday donation to the nonprofit for the past nine years, had her most successful year in 2020, as the local community rallied behind her cause.
Greer K9 Ozzy helped find a missing teen after an all-night search.
At around 8:45 p.m. last Tuesday night, The Greer Police Department began looking for a missing juvenile, Noel Sloan.
Officers learned that Sloan was autistic and additional resources were requested to aid in a thorough search.
Members of the Greer community are mourning the loss of Dewey “Skin” Williams, who passed away at the age of 97 last Friday.