Local Greenville County Schools are finalizing plans to recognize seniors next week.
Loaves & Fishes (L&F), a local hunger relief nonprofit, has launched its “Hungry to Help: Food and Funds Drive” campaign, collecting non-perishable food items and funds to support partner agencies in need.
North Greenville University (NGU), in partnership with HIS Radio, hosted a National Day of Prayer Drive-In Event on Thursday, May 7, at NGU’s Tim Brashier Campus in Greer.
Friends of Lake Robinson has announced the winners of its latest photography contest.
Out of a record 44 entries, 19 were selected for exhibit including first, second, third places and honorable mentions.
Susan Christmas enjoys sitting on her porch in the morning and seeing her neighborhood come to life—hearing the trains, listening to the birds.
One of the first tasks of her day involves visiting the Little Library in her front yard, where families can pick up free books for all ages.
Greer’s Kelly Long is planning to organize a Bluegrass concert in October.
The concert is being funded by the Make Greer Great Grant, awarded by Partnership for Tomorrow.
South Carolina students won’t return to school this spring, so area teachers and administrators are finding creative ways to honor the 2020 seniors.
Reena Watson, Principal of Blue Ridge High School, worked with Groundskeeper Tim Smith and the Assistant Softball Coach to line the school fence with banners honoring this year’s seniors.
Megan Hall was going to miss her senior prom at Greer High School, but her family didn’t like that idea.
Last weekend, Megan’s parents, Barry and Jaime Hester decided to collaborate with their families to make a special memory for their daughter.
It had to be done in secret, however, to keep the surprise.
Greer Middle College senior David Martin Kitch III has achieved the rank of Eagle Scout.
A Boy Scout since first grade, Kitch is a part of Troop 616 and had an Eagle Scout Board of Review (essentially the interview to become an Eagle Scout) over the internet via video call.
Local firefighters are rallying around one of their own to fulfill a summer wish.
Chief Tommy Norris, who served as Assistant Fire Chief at Pelham-Batesville Fire Department (PBFD) for six years, was recently diagnosed with glioblastoma multiforme (GBM)—stage four brain cancer—in January.