Although the snowstorm made delivery a few days late, Greer Community Ministries’ (GCM) volunteers handed out Valentine’s Day cards to Meals on Wheels and Senior Dining recipients on Monday.
Recovery efforts are still underway in South Carolina after a winter storm left thousands without power last week.
The South Carolina Forestry Commission is continuing to conduct post-storm timber damage assessments.
Legislation will be introduced this week in the South Carolina State Senate that proposes the creation of the “Senior Trafficking and Exploitation Reform of 2014.”
Duncan Council approved a motion that allows exploration of new ordinances for zoning code enforcement and business licenses, which would address nuisance violations for residential and rental properties.
The SC Women’s Business Center (SCWBC) and the USC Upstate Continuing Education Programs and the Center for Women’s and Gender Studies are offering two marketing seminars for small businesses.
For as long as this country’s been here, heroin has been the final stop for illicit drug users. The morphine-derived opioid is generally considered the best high that money can buy, and one of the most affordable. It has also gained a well-deserved reputation as the one of the world’s most dangerous drugs.
Greer saw a historic landmark fall last week.
The former Davenport Junior High School cafeteria came crashing down, ending its stint on West Church Street which lasted more than half a century.
After months of searching, the Greer Commission of Public Works has found a successor for Nick Stegall, the former general manager who retired in September.
Jeff Tuttle, most recently the vice president of gas utilities services principal for G2 Partners, begins his new position as the CPW’s general manager March 3.
Editors Note: This is part of a month-long series celebrating Black History Month and African Americans who have made an impact in the Greer community.