The rock wall at the entrance of Mill Street in Taylors has been repaired by Salle Custom Contracting at a total cost of $4,000. Taylors TownSquare is accepting tax-deductible contributions to help offset the costs.
Residents in Greer gathered at the Greer Depot Tuesday evening for ghost tales told by Joada Hiatt. The tour ended at the Greer Heritage Museum.
Halloween festivities kick off in downtown Greer next week, and there will be plenty of candy to show for it.
Halloween Hoopla and Halloween in Greer Station will take place on two different nights, but both events plan to serve thousands of trick-or-treaters.
Local residents and city officials hope to have their voices heard as the GPATS (Greenville-Pickens Area Transportation Study) continues with its long-range transportation plan, Horizon2040.
The City of Greer hosted a sub-regional meeting Monday evening, giving attendees the opportunity to highlight transportation issues in the area.
After a special election last Tuesday, Greg Wood became Lyman’s newest council member.
The seat became vacant when Donnie Wetzel stepped down early in June. Wetzel’s departure came after four new council members were elected.
Wood received 86 votes to secure the victory.
A Taylors man has passed away after a collision on Wade Hampton Boulevard on Monday morning.
According to a Greer Police incident report, Dayquan Marquez Nesbitt, 21, was traveling east on Highway 29 near S. Buncombe, when he veered off the road, flipping his Honda Accord at around 10:30 a.m.
The City of Greer is once again hosting a Food Truck Rollout from 5-8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 20, at the Greer City Park. The event will feature tailgating games, music and more.
Back by popular demand, the live auction is returning to Greer Community Ministries’ Big Thursday event in 2016.
The 37th annual Big Thursday is set from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Nov. 3 at Fairview Baptist Church, 1300 Locust Hill Road, Greer.
Calvary Hill holding revival Oct. 17-20
Calvary Hill Baptist, 100 Calvary Hill Church Dr. in Lyman, will host a revival from Oct. 17-20 at 7 p.m. nightly with evangelist Terry Pace. Call 968-0493.
schedule for October
The Taylors Fire and Sewer District is continuing to partner with Renewable Water Resources (ReWa) to resolve sewer leaks in the area.