The annual SC.. Mountains to Midlands Komen Race for the Cure, a 5K run/walk designed to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer, will hold its 20th race in Greenville on Saturday, September 27.
The Blue Ridge Brewing Company will open its second location in downtown Greer at the former Cazbah, located at 308 Trade St., as soon as possible, according to owner Bob Hiller.
“We’re in the process of getting blessing right now, so I don’t have a date right now, but (we will open) as soon as possible,” Hiller said.
Jim Benson started his career at 17 years old, bringing used cars to Greer from Pennsylvania to sell. On a rainy Friday, Benson gave back to the community where he got his start, presenting the Greenville Tech Foundation with a large check.
A flash flood in Greer took a dangerous turn last Saturday night.
A significant portion of road on Memorial Drive Extension gave way during the downpour, leaving two vehicles trapped in a sinkhole.
The show must go on — and so it did. After previously cancelled events, Friday’s Tunes in the Park continued on despite unfavorable weather.
As a result, Keddy Mendoza finished atop the Greer Idol Teen competition and Josh Jordan took the 2014 Greer Idol title.
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.
Ashley Nicole Norris is battling lung cancer at 4-years-old, but those close to the family say her spirits remain high.
A benefit fundraiser will be held for Norris on Saturday, September 6 from noon - 8 p.m. at Fairview Baptist Church, located on Locust Hill Road in Greer.
Wellford Council approved a resolution for the purchase of property on North Street Extension. The property has a pump station located on it with an easement, but the property is now for sale for $2,500.
More than 40 competition cookers from as far away as Oklahoma are coming to downtown Greer to see who can prepare the best chicken, pork and beef.
With a chance to win $9,000 in prize money, the cookers will showcase their talents at this year’s Sooie’t Relief BBQ Benefit, a fundraiser for Greer Relief.
The Spartanburg Regional Foundation continued their annual support of Greer Community Ministries (GCM) this year by providing a $10,010 grant for a new accessible entrance at the ministry’s location at 738 S. Line St. Ext.