Moms across America may finally give their approval to eat dessert first, all for a good cause.
North Greenville University President Dr. Gene Fant Jr. recently announced a $1 million gift commitment made by Dr. and Mrs. T. Walter Brashier of Travelers Rest, to support scholarships for the graduate school. The scholarship program will be known as the Martin Timothy Brashier Graduate Scholars program.
The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office (GCSO) arrested 21 local residents in connection with child pornography charges Monday.
The arrests were made following an investigation by the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) unit, and include two residents from Taylors and three from Greer.
A hotel could be in the works in downtown Greer.
Last fall, real estate broker Yatish Patel submitted an application for a Voluntary Cleanup Contract to the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC).
Honeywell will expand its Greer aerospace facility.
The company is adding up to 5,000-square-feet of manufacturing space, creating 30 skilled, high-tech jobs.
Two Wellford Council members have been sworn in following an uncontested election.
Sherry Santana began her second consecutive term in office while Wymond Wilkins started his fourth term.
Wilkins served on council from 1999 to 2007, and again beginning in 2013.
The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) recently announced a 10-year plan to repair South Carolina’s infrastructure, which includes the replacement of 132 Upstate bridges and the widening of I-85.
New Jerusalem Baptist Church started a summer camp this past Monday at the Greer Community Outreach Center located in the gymnasium next to the church.
The camp is from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day until August 11.
Registration forms are available upon arrival.
Lyman Town Council held a reception to welcome its new mayor on Monday night.
Larry Chappell took the oath of office for his new position, following his victory over current council member Tony Wyatt.
Decades of old invoices, greeting cards, checks and envelopes are little more than confetti following Friday’s Free Shred Day sponsored by CBL State Savings Bank.