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 and surrounding communities.
During the Greer Planning Commission’s public hearing held Monday night, Snow Road residents voiced opposition toward a potential subdivision, located off Highway 101.
Despite division, the project received approval from the Planning Commission on a 3-2 vote.
Last week South Carolina was one of many east coast states to declare a state of emergency due to the Winter storm that resulted in 6.3 inches of snowfall in Greer last week, 68 percent of which fell on Wednesday.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, the new real estate brokerage network operated by HSF Affiliates LLC, recently announced that Prudential C. Dan Joyner Co. Realtors has joined the brand.
It is operating as Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices C. Dan Joyner, Realtors.
Road to recovery
The South Carolina House was on furlough this past week and due to the inclement weather the Senate was also not in session. The House Ways and Means Proviso Committee did meet this past Tuesday and finished the provisos for this year’s budget.
The full Ways and Means committee will begin work on the budget this week.
People packed into Greer City Hall recently to vent frustrations and concerns on what literally unites the community: Greenville’s roads.
The search for the new Greer Commission of Public Works general manager recently came to an end when the commissioners introduced Jeff Tuttle to staff.
Last week Trade Street looked a little bare to Mike Bullock, owner of Bullocks Barber Shop.
The Greer businessman used a snow day to check on his business, but noticed his sign, which had hung in its spot above his shop for 40 years, had gone missing.
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.