When Randall Johnson started working at Mitsubishi Polyester Film 42 years ago, he had no idea where it would take him.
Bruce Taylor’s playful demeanor had councilmembers laughing during last Tuesday’s Greer Council meeting, where the Greer Community Ministries (GCM) volunteer was honored for his service.
Due to a lack of supplies, God’s pantry, a nonprofit established in 2002 currently serving about 345 families, was forced to close all 13 of its pantry sites recently. God’s pantry is in need of volunteers and nonperishable food items.
Wild Ace Pizza & Pub broke ground on a new facility in downtown Greer last week.
The restaurant, which has occupied its location at 109 Trade Street for six years, expects to open its doors at 103 Depot St. in the spring.
With the General Election just over a month away, preparation has already begun and the deadline to register to vote is approaching quickly.
Anyone wanting to vote in the Nov. 4 General Election needs to register to vote prior to Oct. 4.
As of 2011 in South Carolina, approximately half of heart and stroke-related deaths occur before a patient arrives at the hospital. It’s estimated the survival rate is 7.6 percent, according to the Center for Disease Control.
Fall is in the air, which means it’s time to get busy at Greer Community Ministries (GCM).
The eighth annual Benson OctoberFAST Classic Car Show and Twilight 5K, a fundraiser benefiting the organization, is set for Saturday, Oct. 4 at Greer First Baptist Church.
Jay Hayes was named Lyman’s new police chief during a special called town council meeting on Sept. 17.
The news comes following the resignation of Police Chief Terry Richards, who officials said was named in a letter sent to council regarding accusations of an affair.
Kohl’s department store is now open for business in Greer.
With an official grand opening slated for this Friday, Sept. 26, the retail chain is the newest tenant at Piedmont Marketplace, a shopping center on West Wade Hampton Boulevard.
Will improvements soon be made at Byrnes High School?
That’s the question that has been on the mind of some residents in Spartanburg School District Five, after a referendum allocating more than $70 million of taxpayer money for upgrades at the school failed to pass earlier this month.