The Friends of Lake Robinson, along with the Ocean Conservancy and the Greer Commission of Public Works, will host its 11th annual lake cleanup day on Saturday, Sept. 15, from 9-11 a.m.
A group of local chess players are on the move, now meeting at Thrive Assisted Living each Tuesday.
The Greater Greer Chess Club, which has been meeting for 10 years, recently changed locations when the Greer library began its renovations.
First Choice Pharmacy has opened its doors in Duncan.
Owner Kelly Hunt cut the ribbon on Monday at the1663 East Main Street location.
“This is our second store,” Hunt said. “It’s a new formatted store. It’s got a full retail pharmacy.
Friends and colleagues remembered the life of Mikel Scott Parris, as he was recognized with the Greer Chamber’s Outstanding Leadership award posthumously.
“Scott was the epitome of kindness and generosity,” said Alison Rauch, Public Information Officer for the Greer Commission of Public Works.
In 1960, students of Florence Chapel High School in Duncan became part of a landmark study called Project Talent, joining more than 400,000 American teenagers and 17 schools in South Carolina.
The project has launched a 58-year follow-up of its participants, focusing on unravelling the mysteries of Alzheimer’s disease.
A Greer family could be in a new home by Christmas, thanks to volunteers from Habitat for Humanity.
Jasmine Griffin said her future Fairview Road home is something she has always wanted to provide for her two kids, Za’Qwan (7) and Za’Nyia (4).
The Church at Greer Station’s address keeps changing, but its mission remains the same.
“We want Greer Station (TCGS) to become a meaningful part of Greer’s history,” Trevor Hoffman, the church’s teaching pastor, said. “We want to be a presence in the community that is known for doing good.”
As the semi-finals of NBC’s America’s Got Talent get underway this week, a hometown singer is vying for the million dollar prize.
Greer’s Noah Guthrie advanced after an original performance at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California late last month. For the former Greer High student, the big stage provided a rare opportunity.
Countybanc Insurance introduced its services in Greer this week, but the faces behind the operation needed no introduction.
Middle Tyger Community Center is looking for weekly volunteers for the intake desk and food pantry with shifts available Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
If interested, contact Ariel Moore or Mike Moss at 439-7760.