Spartanburg County Council and Spartanburg Sanitary Sewer District (SSSD) signed an agreement to annex the new Bass Pro Shops property and extend a sewer line by 6,800 linear feet, costing county taxpayers $1,055,000 over the next seven years.
Editors note: This is the first of a four part series that will run each week in February in honor of Black History Month.
Historically, football has been one of the most progressive sports in relation to desegregation.
A previously denied request for special exception for an RV storage garage received approval after the Greer Board of Zoning Appeals rescinded their initial motion during a special called meeting on Monday.
For the fourth year, special needs and rescue animals will receive care and attention before being placed in homes because of the funds raised through the Saved by the Heart Soiree.
Fix in sight?
According to Greer city officials, construction on a washed out section of Memorial Drive Extension is set to begin on Feb. 1. The road has been closed since August.
Several Greer businesses and local leaders were recognized last Thursday at the Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce’s annual celebration.
The South Carolina Inland Port met and exceeded goals during its first fiscal year of operation.
The port in Greer handled 42,555 rail moves, trumping a previously set goal of 40,000. Container lifts more than doubled, increasing from 1,711 in January to 3,741 in December.
By the conclusion of last year, the City of Greer issued 2,623 permits and conducted 7,875 inspections, generating more than $117 million in construction permits.
Of those permits, $51 million were commercial and $44 million were residential.
Vivian Kilpatrick entered her 102nd birthday party wearing a fuzzy pink tiara she received at her 90th, a pink beaded necklace she received at her 100th and a sweatshirt stating, “I intend to live forever. So far, so good.”
Blue Ridge Lions Club