Just a year after opening its doors in downtown Greer, Gatherings on Main owner Darla Booher has announced the shop will be closing.
New Police Chief Jay Hayes was sworn in during Lyman’s town council meeting on Monday night.
Council appointed Hayes to serve as interim police chief following former Police Chief Terry Richards’ resignation.
Richards’ departure came after council received a letter accusing Richards of an affair.
Purple and Gold
The Friends of Lake Robinson will host its seventh annual Day of Celebration Sunday from 1-6 p.m. at the Verne Smith park adjacent to the lake.
Visitors can test kayaks and canoes on the lake courtesy of Sunrift Adventures or try their hands at fishing with the S.C. Department of Natural Resources’ virtual fishing simulator.
Clothe yourself in pink attire because October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Studies show early detection and preventative health are vital in the fight against breast cancer.
The Kiwanis Club of Greer (Carolinas District Division 22) named new officers at the Sept. 25 meeting. Lt. Gov. John Helfrich insalled Steve Blackwell as president, Ron Spradlin as vice president and Charmaine Helfrich as secretary and interim treasurer.
FATZ Cafe will be providing food for approximately 500 homeless veterans, at-risk veterans and their families across the Upstate and several North Carolina counties on Thursday (Oct. 9).
Downtown Greer will play host to an array of fall activities this weekend as the new month gets underway.
Oktoberfest is set for this Saturday, Oct. 4, from noon – 10 p.m. on Trade Street and will feature live performances and activities.
Daily Bread Ministries broke ground on a new homeless shelter, occupying 509-511 E. Poinsett St. in Greer, on Wednesday at noon.
About $185,000 has already been raised for the Greer Shelter to Empower People (STEP) facility and construction will commence once the project is fully funded.
When Randall Johnson started working at Mitsubishi Polyester Film 42 years ago, he had no idea where it would take him.