Families enjoyed a fireworks show at Shipwreck Cove in Duncan last week, celebrating Independence Day. See more photos in Living Here.
A Duncan man was one of two people killed at a shooting Sunday night at Lavish Lounge on White Horse Road in Greenville.
Greenville County parents interested in a full-time virtual school option for the fall can apply now.
The Greenville County School District made applications for the Virtual Program available on the district website this week.
Another Greer restaurant is closing its doors.
Mazzitelli Deli, located at 224 Trade Street, served its patrons one last time on Friday.
In a statement on social media, Owner Rob Mazzitelli said the COVID-19 pandemic presented some very difficult challenges for the business.
Local businesses can still apply for help through the federal CARES Act.
Greenville County will be allocating funds to businesses, non-profits, public health outlets, housing authorities, special purpose districts and other agencies impacted by COVID-19 and economic restrictions that followed.
Help COVID-19 patients with donation
If you’ve recovered from COVID-19 or have a positive COVID-19 antibody test, you can help to save a life by donating convalescent plasma.
Research has shown that convalescent plasma can greatly help those currently battling COVID-19.
The South Carolina Ports Authority adopted a budget for 2021 during a recent board meeting.
Plans for a new daycare near Riverside High School are moving forward following a decision from the City of Greer’s Board of Zoning Appeals Monday night.
The facility will be constructed in the wooded property behind the MD360 across from Riverside High School.
Refresco recently announced plans to expand operations in Greer, creating 40 new jobs.
“The entire team at Refresco in Greer has worked hard to earn this opportunity to grow the business,” said William Wise, Refresco Greer Plant Manager. “I couldn’t be more proud of the employees I have the privilege to lead and represent.”
Andrew Merriman will replace Ed Driggers as Greer City Administrator, following a Greer City Council decision last week.
Merriman, the former Deputy County Administrator in York County, was among 59 applicants and three finalists for the post. He will begin work on Aug. 3, following Driggers’ retirement.