Alejandro (Alex) Nieto, Owner of Chips and Cheese, cut the ribbon on his new business last Friday, Aug. 3, at 105 B Little Mountain Road, Wellford, with Lyman Mayor Larry Chappell and Council Member Greg Wood present.
The Benson Classic Car Show will return to Greer First Baptist Church this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for a 12th run.
The event, a Greer Community Ministries (GCM) fundraiser, had previously been held in October and included a 5K race.
Local police officers are hoping to use National Night Out as a way to strengthen relationships with members of the community next week.
Greer Police will grill hotdogs for local residents at the City Park Amphitheater during the annual event from 6-8 p.m.
Less than six months after taking the job, Greer Chamber President Marjorie Dowd is stepping down.
The chamber’s Executive Board announced Dowd’s resignation last week, which is effective immediately.
Katie Collins, current Vice President of Operations, will serve as Interim President/CEO.
Friday night football fans will see tightened security at games this fall, with policy changes in both Greenville and Spartanburg Counties.
The City of Greer has settled with JBM Leasing LLC following a 2016 lawsuit regarding the sale of the former Allen Bennett Hospital property.
Sue Riegerix participated in the Carolina Foothills Dog Show Cluster at the TD Convention Center July 26-29 with her Boykin Spaniel puppy, ‘Willow.’
Megan Hall of Greer competed at Nationals in Orlando, Florida, July 19-22, and was crowned MAR USA Miss Teen USA. She also won national spokesmodel for sharing her platform, national rising Star award and National love supreme for her volunteering with her platform.
Greer Community Ministries (GCM) is collecting supplies to provide local students with the tools they need to begin school in August.
Students living in the greater Greer area, including Greer, Taylors, Duncan, Lyman, and Wellford are eligible.
The CBL Charitable Foundation donated $5,000 to the Piedmont Women’s Center recently.