Two days prior to the July 11 Tunes in the Park event, Greer Idol Teen performer Sophia Noyes’ father, Joe, was hospitalized and diagnosed with stage three multiple myeloma cancer.
Greer Mayor Rick Danner expressed his support Monday for a one percent sales tax increase that would pay for road improvements in Greenville County.
The decision will ultimately be up to voters, however, as a referendum on the topic will appear on the November ballot.
While Lyman residents await the opportunity to vote on a form of Government at an Aug. 12 special election, town council is proceeding with business as usual.
Daily Bread Ministries took another step toward opening a homeless shelter last week, receiving a $100,000 donation from the John I. Smith Foundation.
The shelter is estimated to cost $475,000 and the John I. Smith Foundation’s donation puts the goal within $150,000 of being accomplished.
In desperate need
God’s pantry needs volunteers, supporting churches and friends, as giving is down and the needs are up, and Children home from school are unable to get three meals a day, and the warehouse is out of vegetables.
Children’s Medical Center, PA opened Monday at its new location on 841 S. Buncombe Rd., Greer. The CMC is the fourth location, with others in Greenville, Powdersville and Simpsonville. CMC was previously located at 501C Memorial Drive Ext. in Greer.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is one of the most commonly diagnosed mental illnesses in America, with an estimated 1 percent of all adults and 0.5 percent of all children meeting the criteria.
Vivian Cartee loves her dog Rambo, but she is quite sure Jesus loves Rambo more than she does. The proof of that is a bi-weekly dog food supply that is delivered along with her meal from Greer Community Ministries’ Meals on Wheels (MOW) program.
More technological applications are available for Greer residents, including the Greer Connect application, a GIS mapping tool available online and for mobile devices and a Greer Station parking website.
Garrick Good, CEO of Cardinal Real Estate Group Inc., who was involved with purchasing the Allen Bennett Memorial Hospital located on Wade Hampton Boulevard, is facing four indictments following legal action resolution by the City of Greer.