A bike repair program has recently taken root in Taylors with a goal of building relationships by offering free bike repairs the first Saturday of every month.
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) secured a facility in Duncan prior to the landfall of Hurricane Irma.
Langston-Black Real Estate celebrated 25 years in the Greer community with a luncheon last Friday.
A North Carolina native, Chuck Langston partnered with David Black in 1992 to start the commercial real estate company.
“We’ve been blessed,” Langston said. “God’s been good to us.”
This year marks the 60th anniversary of gowns, crowns and scholarships for the Miss Greater Greer pageant, and the debut of its new leaders, Harry Culpepper, Jr. and Jeremy Culpepper.
With 24 years combined experience with the pageant system, the Upstate natives have returned from the lowcountry to head the local pageant.
With the snipping of scissors, Byrnes High students officially opened the doors to Rebel Racks and Byrnes Boutique last week, celebrating the culmination of a summer-long Impact Club project and the beginning of a mission.
Railfest will return to Greer City Park at the end of the month, this time with live entertainment from The Norfolk Southern Lawmen Band.
The second annual event will take place on Saturday, Sept. 30, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and is free to the public.
The Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce is working with other Upstate agencies to bring in one million diapers as part of Operation Dry Baby Bottoms.
The project, organized by Diaper Bank of the Carolinas, will assist needy families in the area by distributing diapers to low income households.
Local residents are working to redistribute eclipse glasses to those who need them around the world.
Moore & Balliew Oil Company and the Taylors Burdette Library have partnered with Astronomers Without Borders as collection sites for used eclipse glasses left over from the Aug. 21 event.
In preparation for the 10th annual Friends of Lake Robinson Day of Celebration, a clean up day has been scheduled for Sept. 16
Three years ago, a member at Grace United Methodist Church was in need of a wheelchair ramp, so the congregation pulled together and spent a Saturday building one that was up to code.
Three more wheelchair ramps later, the church seems to have found a way to minister to those in their congregation who are in need of some extra help.