Rev. Walter “Chick” McGill of Franklin, Tennessee is more than 500 miles into his walk across the United States to promote a new birth of freedom and integrity in America.
The Greer Idol and Greer Idol Teen competitions will begin at Freedom Blast on Friday, June 28. The fourth season of Greer Idol Teen will begin at 6 p.m. and the eighth season of Greer Idol will begin at 8 p.m.
More details are surfacing in a murder investigation involving a 16-year-old, who police say stabbed his grandparents at a home in the River Birch Villas community off East Suber Road near Riverside High School in Greer. According to Lt.
On April 13, Shannon High put on his racing shoes and prepared to race for the fourth time with the same teammates in the annual Goodwill Mud Run in Greenville. Shortly after leaving the starting line, High dived into a mud hole that left him paralyzed.
The new budget for the District Five Schools of Spartanburg County includes 16.3 new positions to accommodate growth.
The Rotary Club of Greater Greer recently held its annual spring Scholastic Achievement Program in recognition of Byrnes High School’s top 15 academic students from each class at District Five’s Fine Arts Center.
The Cancer Society of Greenville County recently named Lisa Green its new executive director.
After 33 years of service, Joyce Boyette, the current executive director, will retire in July.
Army National Guard Pfc. Matthew P. Drapier has graduated from basic infantry training at Fort Benning, Columbus, Georgia.
U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Shaun Donovan recently announced a second round of grants totaling $442,897 for six local homeless assistance programs in South Carolina.
Greer’s Aimee Waite, Investment Management Consultant at The Faust-Boyer Group of Raymond James, has earned the CFP (Certified Financial Planner) certification from the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards.