Access to the D&D Motors Big Thursday store and auction this year is only a click away. The 41-year-old event is being reinvented online to provide a safe way to support Greer Community Ministries (GCM), a local hub for Meals on Wheels and other programs that provide basic needs in the greater Greer area.
For the second straight year, Greer native Misty Rice will hold a community drive to collect baby items for Piedmont Women’s Center.
Several locations in the area have set up boxes as drop off locations during the month of November, which is Prematurity Awareness Month.
Registered voters in Greenville County have until Oct. 30 to cast their in-person absentee ballot for the General Election. The Tryon Recreation Center in Greer is serving as the local satellite precinct.
Upstate residents can support a local nonprofit by going out to eat this Thursday.
The annual Dine Out (or Take Out) for Mom event, benefiting Let There Be Mom’s (LTBM) is now in its 14th year.
Tarra Young found Greer Relief during one of the most difficult times of her life.
“In October of 2019, I went into the emergency room,” Young said. “I got a diagnosis of a blockage and a tumor. I needed surgery.
Greer City Council has approved the second and final reading of an ordinance to annex 9.4 acres of property off Wade Hampton Boulevard into the city.
The land, located at 5251 Wade Hampton Boulevard, 5 Fairview Road, 9 Fairview Road and Skyline Way is near the residence of Jane Kizer, who brought concerns before council last week.
Four parcels totaling around 26 acres are being added to a proposed 100-acre industrial park near Abner Creek and Liberty Hill roads.
An Upstate blood bank is asking those who have recovered from the coronavirus (COVID-19) to consider donating their plasma.
The Blood Connection (TBC) is partnering with local leaders to launch a community outreach campaign to secure the critically needed convalescent plasma, which may contain antibodies to help fight the disease.
Red Ribbon 5K benefits nonprofit
Red Ribbon Week got off to a fast start with the 4th annual Red Ribbon 5K at Sugar Creek
The run, presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield of South Carolina and Mass Mutual of South Carolina, was held on Oct. 3, benefitting Just Say Something.