Two properties received recommendation approval for rezoning requests, with two other properties being withdrawn and put on hold, at the February Planning Commission meeting.
North Greenville University recently hired Phil McIntyre as the new director of athletic bands.
Bob Jones University will host its semi-annual Blood Connection Drive March 9-13 and will take donations from 11:45 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day.
Several area fire departments responded to a fully involved blaze on Feb. 13 at Tab’s Flea Market, located at 13450 E. Wade Hampton Blvd., but the cause is still under investigation following conflicting witness statements.
Another round of snow is on its way to Greer, according to the National Weather Service.
Upstate residents could see as much as four and a half inches of the white stuff by Thursday morning, causing “hazardous driving conditions” and possible school closings.
Last November, the Greer Fire Department celebrated 100 years of service, and John Henry Douglas holds an unprecedented position in that history.
In the 1970s, about 50 years after the department’s establishment, he became the first black fireman employed by the City of Greer.
Greer Commission of Public Works (CPW) rates could soon go up.
The CPW board of commissioners discussed a 4.74 percent rate increase during a recent board meeting and will decide whether or not to adopt the change in March.
The Middle Tyger Community Center (MTCC) is preparing for the sixth annual Rolling on the River Riverboat Fun & Games Night, set for May 2.
Prom Project 2015
Is taking dress now
District Five Family Ministries at the Middle Tyger Community Center and Wellspring Treasures in Spartanburg are currently taking prom dress donations for students unable to afford a prom dress otherwise.
The Greer Commission of Public Works (CPW) hired Daniel Mark Harvey as its new Engineering and Planning Manager.