A county-wide roundup of repeat drug offenders yielded more than 20 arrests early this week, according to officials with the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office.
Proposed state legislation that would significantly impact Greer’s business license revenue is causing concern for city officials.
“It is critically important to us. It is a large, large part of our total budget,” City Administrator Ed Driggers said of the revenue.
The Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce honored several local leaders at its 79th annual celebration last Thursday.
Greer City Council approved two zoning requests and three annexation requests at its monthly meeting last week, in a continuing effort to adjust for local growth.
North Greenville University cut the ribbon on its new Greer campus last Thursday.
“I think about the opportunities of having a higher education facility in the city of Greer, and that is truly, truly an integral part of growing and developing community,” Greer Mayor Danner said.
The Little Miss & Master Blue Ridge Pageant is scheduled for 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 25 for ages 0 to 5th Grade.
For more information, contact Kelly at email@example.com or Blue Ridge High School Main Office at 355-1819.
A custom Tube Dude awaits the winner of the Giant Dude contest, city officials announced this week.
The large, yellow reclining sculpture at the entrance to Greer City Hall has, according to artist Scott Gerber of Sarasota, Fla., always been known simply as Giant Dude.
The Town of Duncan has renewed mutual aid and assistance agreements with Spartanburg County and surrounding municipalities.
The Town of Lyman is continuing to work on improving sewer, water, roads and businesses in the area.
Saved by the Heart, companion animal services, is holding its sixth annual Soiree at 7 p.m. on March 3 at Grace Hall, located at 108 Trade St, Greer.
Craz-e Crane is providing entertainment while local businesses are serving food and drinks. Silent and live auctions are to feature artwork, spa packages, décor, jewelry and more.