Five years after beginning its $125 million WINGSPAN terminal renovation project, the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport has added a number of new amenities for local travelers.
Friends and family knew Chrissy Taylor for her compassionate nature.
She often looked for ways to ease the burden of others—from the youngest in Miracle Hill’s children’s homes to the oldest homeless person on the street. But while she was caring for others, Taylor’s own health was quickly declining.
Greer Middle school teacher Edwin Thomas, 51, has been arrested and charged with assault and battery after an incident at the school in early April.
According to a Greer Police incident report, Thomas initiated unwanted physical contact with a 12-year-old female student, approaching her to inquire if she wanted a hug.
Officials say a Greer man lost his life last Tuesday night after his pick-up crashed into a restaurant on Highway 101 near Berry Mill Road.
Brandon Macivor, 23, ran off the road prior to overturning, according to Parks Evans, Greenville County Coroner.
The Greer Commission of Public Works (CPW) will begin replacing sewer and water lines on Randall Street on June 12.
Sections of the street will be closed for periods of time over the next two months, including the intersection of Trade Street and Randall Street, which will be closed for a couple days at some point during the project.
Food Truck Rollout
At Greer City Park
On Friday, May 26, celebrate the start of the weekend with food and drink from 5-8 p.m. at Greer City Park. Food Trucks, tailgating games and live music will be present.
Members of the Greer community attended the Eat Like a Local dinner Monday night on Trade Street, sponsored by Lowes Foods. The event was put on by the Chamber of Commerce.
Seven candidates will be on the ballot competing for two open Duncan Council seats on June 13.
Last year, Duncan Town Council voted to change from a ward system to a whole system.
Jacob Massey, 4, grinds corn during the 27th Annual Power from the Past Antique Engine/ Tractor Show and Swap Meet on Saturday, May 20, at Abner Creek Baptist Church, which partnered with the Foothills Antique Power Association to host the event.