It’s a call no business owner wants to receive, but for Mark Fisher of Fishers Peach Orchard, it came last Wednesday at around 3 a.m.
Spartanburg Methodist College (SMC) is partnering with local law enforcement to kickoff its new online program for criminal justice.
The school hosted its first Leadership Advisory Council last Tuesday, enlisting the help of state and federal law enforcement.
Plans for a private school on Abner Creek Road are on hold while the potential developer conducts a traffic study.
The development at 1198 Abner Creek Rd. would require the Greer Board of Zoning Appeals to grant the developer special exception. This issue will be brought back up at the Sept. 3 meeting.
Greer Community Ministries (GCM) raised just over $50,000 during the annual Benson Classic Car Show, on Saturday, Aug. 4, at Greer First Baptist Church, located at 201 W. Poinsett Street, Greer.
GCM collecting school supplies
Greer Community Ministries (GCM) is collecting supplies to provide local students with the tools they need to begin school in August.
Students living in the greater Greer area, including Greer, Taylors, Duncan, Lyman, and Wellford are eligible.
Pelican’s SnoBalls has opened a second location in Greer at 846 S. Buncombe Road.
Owner Will Freeman cut the ribbon on the new site Tuesday morning.
West Poinsett Street was closed for several hours last Wednesday, following a two-car collision.
Police say the crash occurred around 3:50 p.m. at Forest Street when a 2005 Honda Pilot struck a 1993 Lexus from behind.
Town of Lyman officials are continuing to work to establish new land development regulations.
Following a workshop earlier this summer, the town’s planning commission recommended approval of the proposed regulations last Monday to Lyman Town Council, which meets next on Monday, August 13, at 6 p.m. at Lyman Town Hall.
The Cannon Center has been deemed safe as the City of Greer continues to investigate water damage from a recent leak.
Sharonview Federal Credit Union is relocating its corporate headquarters to Lancaster County. The company’s $42 million capital investment is projected to create more than 115 new jobs.