Adrienne Hawkins, organizer of the Greer Farmers Market, cut the ribbon at the entrance to Greer City Park this past Saturday, thanking community supporters for a successful season so far.
GCM collecting school supplies
Greer Community Ministries is collecting school supplies to give students for the upcoming year.
Please collect supplies and bring them to the ministry between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday-Friday.
A proposed micro-school is causing concerns for local residents.
The Greer Board of Zoning Appeals will hold over a zoning request on matter until Aug. 6 after hearing from community members last week. Some concerns were centered around intersection traffic at Abner Creek and Liberty Hill Roads.
The Town of Lyman received an unmodified opinion with reasonable financial condition during a recent audit.
David G. Phillips, Certified Public Accountant (CPA) with Greene Finney, presented the audit report to Lyman Town Council on Monday night.
“It is really the best opinion you can get,” Phillips said.
By Reid Spencer
In a wild war of attrition that went to two overtimes, Erik Jones outdueled Martin Truex Jr. on Saturday night at Daytona International Speedway to seize the first victory of his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career.
“It’s the phone call you never want to get. It’s something no one ever wants to experience. But at 47 years old, that’s where I am—fighting cancer.”
Those are the words of longtime Greer High School coach Travis Perry, who began his battle with bile duct cancer earlier this summer.
Families enjoyed the fireworks display at the City of Greer’s annual Freedom Blast event last Saturday in Greer City Park.
Two new retail stores have opened at the Piedmont Marketplace on Wade Hampton Boulevard.
Five Below, which opened on May 29, and Ulta Beauty (June 22) are now accepting customers beside Kohls department store in Greer.
Downtown Greer parking lots and alleyways are under construction, and it’s only the beginning of what’s to come.
The City’s infrastructure overall will continue to improve as Greer moves closer to its Streetscape Project.
Greer City Council is hesitating to adopt a two-year budget proposed by city staff.
Following concerns about projected revenues and expenditures for a two year period, council has agreed to use the second-year budget (proposed at an earlier meeting) as a guideline to be used during planning for the next fiscal year.