Hospice of the Carolina Foothills (HOFC) recently earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for Home Care Accreditation by demonstrating continuous compliance with performance standards.
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The South Carolina Ports Authority recently awarded Greer Relief with a $1,000 grant, helping with “critical infrastructure support,” according to executive director Caroline Robertson.
The Greer Christmas parade to benefit Greer Relief saw 92 units participate this year, and three were awarded for their originality.
Best Float went to SSI Physical Therapy, Best Walking Entry was Gee and the Greer High marching band and Best International Theme was awarded to Greer Cultural Arts.
A number of controversial, intriguing and heart-stopping news items stole the national spotlight in 2015, and some of them happened right here in South Carolina.
Here is a quick look back at 11 headlines that had many people in America talking over the past 12 months.
Looking back at 2015
It has been a big year for Greer and the surrounding communities.
The city has seen plenty of change, new developments and a little bit of controversy.
As we take a look back at 2015, here are some of the highlights that stick out.
Most jobs, odd or not, require interaction with other people. Minus zookeepers at Hollywild Animal Park, few require interaction with animals.
Greer Citizen Closed Thursday and Friday
The Greer Citizen office will be closed Friday, Dec. 31, and Friday, Jan. 1, in observance with New Year’s Day.
Greer Police officers did their best Santa Claus impression at the Cannon Centre on Saturday, distributing thousands of toys to more than 200 local children as part of the annual Cops for Tots drive.
Do you know someone you believe should be Greer’s Citizen of the Year?
Send us your nominees.
The Greer Citizen will name its Citizen of the Year in the Wednesday, Jan. 6 edition and we need your help.