The Slater-Marietta Area Community Resource Fair will offer jobseekers immediate access to both employers on site and computer access to almost 10,000 currently advertised job openings in Greenville County.
Greer Police are investigating a deadly shooting that took place at the Speedwash Laundromat in Greer on Halloween night.
According to officials, 39-year-old Adam Vasquez was found lying in the parking lot of the N. Line Street location with a gunshot wound at around 6:25 p.m. last Thursday evening.
The wait is over.
A grand re-opening of the Greer Library is set for Sunday, Nov. 10. Members of the public are invited to a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 3 p.m. at 505 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Following the expansion and renovation work of more than a year, the Jean M. Smith Branch will now feature an additional 5,500-square-feet.
For the first time in 10 months, Trade Street is fully operational.
The road re-opened this week following the completion of streetscape work on 100 block. The Center G project will continue throughout the holiday season on surrounding side streets.
The Town of Lyman will contribute $200,000 toward the re-paving of Hampton Road.
The road, which spans about 6.8 miles from New Cut Road to US 29, is the longest roadway maintained by Spartanburg County.
A planned subdivision on Brushy Creek Road is causing concerns for local residents.
Greer City Council approved 5-1 the Second and Final Reading of Ordinance Number 20-2019 to annex the 14.04 acres at 3006 Brushy Creek Road with an R-15 zoning. The decision allows a subdivision, bringing 42 new units, to proceed.
Greer Community Ministries (GCM) will host one of its largest fundraisers of the year this Thursday at Fairview Baptist Church.
Doors will open at 8 a.m. for the event, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2019. GCM is asking attendees to bring one nonperishable food item as an entry fee.
Local businesses participate in PWC drive
Misty Rice is holding a community wide drive for baby items for The Piedmont Women’s Center during November, which is Prematurity Awareness month.
The City of Greer is looking to install new signage in the area.
A new city limit sign will be installed at the corner of Gap Creek Road and Highway 29, and new Greer Station signs will be placed at two corners of Highway 29 and Main Street as well as at the corner of Cannon Avenue and Main Street.