The Greer Development Corporation has approved a 2019 budget with forecasted revenues of $493,088.80, an increase from $421,453 proposed revenues last year.
A line formed outside of Belk in Greer on Thanksgiving afternoon with shoppers waiting for the store to open with Black Friday sales.
GCM partners with Phil Hyman Portraits
Greer Community Ministries is partnering with Phil Hyman Portraits.
With a donation of $125, the giver will receive a custom in-studio portrait session with Phil Hyman Portraits and 1-11x14 Fine Art Portrait (valued at $500).
Employees from the Greer Commission of Public Works (CPW) raised more than $15,000 for United Way.
A check totaling $15,472.24 was presented to the nonprofit this week.
“We were extremely pleased,” said Alison Rauch, Public Information Coordinator and CPW Campaign Chair. “I think we had a lot of participation.”
Greenville’s newest barn venue, Aurora Farms, will hold an open house celebration on Saturday, Dec. 1, at 1045 Milford Church Road, Taylors.
The Greenville Chamber of Commerce is set to cut the ribbon on the new location, with more than 15 local vendors on-hand to share expertise.
A new senior living center, slated to be constructed at the corner of Buncombe and Brushy Creek Roads, recently received approval from the City of Greer.
Hattiesburg-based real estate development company, CR Properties, LLC and SRI Management LLC, will construct a 150,000 square foot facility in the first quarter of 2019.
The Town of Lyman will celebrate Christmas this weekend with a host of events.
The town will hold its first Breakfast with Santa on Saturday, Dec. 1, from 8-10 a.m. at the Lyman Event Center at Pacific Place.
By William Buchheit
Editor’s Note: The following article is part of a series on the men and women that worked at the SC State Hospital in Columbia. Look for further stories on Bull Street to appear in future editions of The Greer Citizen.
The Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce named its new president and CEO on Monday.
David Merhib was chosen for the job, having served as the President of the Brookings Area Chamber of Commerce in South Dakota for the last four years.
t’s been a long road back to the football field for coach Travis Perry.
Since being diagnosed with bile duct cancer earlier this year, the Yellow Jacket play caller has been tested in ways he never thought possible.
“There are certainly tough days,” Perry said.