Greer native and Harlem Globetrotter star ‘Hi-Lite’ Bruton made his way back home to the Upstate on Sunday, performing at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville. More photos from the day can be found on B2.
A new restaurant is coming to the Taylors Mill this spring following the departure of Due South Coffee.
Michael Marut and Cristy Biles, engaged to be married in March, are hoping for a soft opening by mid-April for their restaurant, Farehouse.
With a major downtown streetscape project on its way this summer, the City of Greer is making an effort to help businesses keep their doors open during the construction.
The city is expanding the Greenville County Redevelopment Authority (GCRA)’s Façade Improvement Program (FIP) by adding $5,000, according to officials.
With plans for future development in the works, City of Greer officials are working to develop an interactive community map that would identify areas where projects are taking place.
“For some time now, the city has been working on neighborhoods mapping or community mapping,” said Planning Manager Kelli McCormick.
A St. Louis based investment firm closed on a 324-acre site on Robinson Road in Greer in December, which could mean the creation of nearly 2,000 jobs.
The firm, CRG, is set to develop Inland 85 Logistics Center in the coming months.
The City of Greer is making changes to its business license ordinance, aiming to accommodate larger industries creating jobs in the area.
Greer Council addressed three sections of the ordinance, including: minimum and maximum tax rates, reclassification and rate structure.
Greer Relief seeks volunteers for VITA
Greer Relief & Resource Agency, Inc., offers Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) to those who need it most in the community.
Palmetto Prim celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting on Friday, Jan. 12 on Groce Road in Lyman.
The endeavor comes as Brooke Walker of Boiling Springs and Vicki Efaw of Wellford join their businesses of making candles and home decor.
The Town of Lyman is continuing to work toward installing a playground behind Pacific Place.
Earlier this month, Lyman Council unanimously approved Brad Pace Construction to pave the parking lot area for $18,245 from the hospitality fund.
Wellford Mayor Patricia Watson recently recognized Helen Harrison as the town’s Citizen of the Year for 2017.
Watson gave Harrison flowers and a certificate of appreciation for her beautification work on the gazebo and with Christmas lights.
“She’s done a marvelous job, and she’s going to do more,” Mayor Watson said.