Kurt and Tiffany Price are continuing to invest in Greer’s future
The Namaste Fitness Studio owners are looking to expand their downtown operation, making plans to renovate neighboring properties on Cannon Street.
“Neither snow nor rain nor heat” could keep Keith Dill from his daily tasks at the Greer Post Office. But grandchildren? Now, that’s a different story.
After 35 years, the Greer native is parking his delivery vehicle for good.
By Joshua J. Styles
For The Greer Citizen
Editor’s note: This is the final part of a three-part series from Joshua J. Styles, M.A., J.D., Professor of Criminal Justice & Legal Studies and Christian Studies at North Greenville University.
Bruce Taylor loved serving at Greer Community Ministries.
Participating in Meals on Wheels well into his 90s, the longtime volunteer found meaning in helping others.
“I get a blessing out of it,” Taylor told the Greer Citizen in 2015. “I’ve got the time and I’m able to do it. If I didn’t do it, why? I’ve got no excuse.”
Todd Hardy will serve as Spartanburg School District Five’s new Chief Administrative Officer.
District officials announced the change on Tuesday, noting several other administrative moves.
Hardy has served as the principal of Byrnes High School since 2016.
As healthcare facilities look to curb the spread of COVID-19, Bon Secours St. Francis Health System has taken a leap forward.
The health care system recently introduce its LightStrike Germ-Zapping Robot, which destroys hard-to-kill viruses and other bacteria and superbugs.
Lisa Pappas was only six years old when her mother died of suicide in 1979.
Back then, the act was so stigmatized that she and her sister didn’t learn the truth about their mother’s death for three years.