Bullocks Barber Shop was back up and running in downtown Greer this week. Pictured: Owner Mike Bullock gives Wayne Davis a fresh look. The shop had been closed during the statewide lockdown last month due to COVID-19. South Carolina Gov.
The City of Greer is planning to reopen its facilities to the public next week.
Those facilities include City Hall, the Greer Police Department lobby and the municipal court lobby. Face masks will be available for visitors upon request.
South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster signed a continuing resolution on Monday to continue government operations into the new fiscal year, beginning July 1.
The Greer Planning Commission approved a preliminary plan for the development of 58.41 acres at Kist and Burns roads.
The subdivision, Chestnut Grove, has a zoning of R-12 and would bring more than 170 lots to the property.
As developers set their sights on downtown Greer, city staff members are looking to amend regulations for the downtown Greer overlay district.
Spartanburg School District Five officials say multiple food distribution workers have tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19).
The positive cases were identified in workers at the Duncan Elementary site. District Five Spokesperson Melissa Robinette said four workers in total have contracted the virus.
Virtual Meet and Greet set for May 22
The Greer Commission of Public Works (CPW) is hosting a Virtual Meet and Greet with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) on Friday, May 22, from 10:30-11 a.m. Join CPW for a (virtual) Meet and Greet at Lake Robinson.
Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System (SRHS) has rolled back part of its temporary visitation restrictions.
The health system is now allowing one support person for each patient undergoing an outpatient procedure that requires anesthesia or moderate-to-deep sedation.
Two anonymous donors are helping dozens of nursing graduates get certified.
The donors worked with the Greenville Tech Foundations to provide a $200 registration fee for 35 recent nursing graduates, allowing them to take the NCLEX exam. In total, the gift equaled $7,000.
“Welcome back to work, South Carolina.”
That was the opening line of a letter sent to South Carolina business owners last week.
The letter was sent from the Department of Employment and Workforce (DEW), which recently introduced its Recall Taskforce to aid in the reopening of South Carolina businesses.