Coach Travis Lee Perry
Publication Date: June 3, 2020
Coach Travis Lee Perry, 49, passed away May 29, 2020, after a long battle with cancer.
The Hall of Fame Greer High coach was admired by many, both on and off the football field.
A last minute toy donation will help provide presents for local families in need this Christmas.
Major Jason Ross, Commander of South Carolina State Guard’s Second Battalion, rallied his troops to make the donation last Thursday.
Community members in Tigerville gathered last week to discuss 53.4 acres of land that were obtained by eminent domain near North Greenville University (NGU) for Renewable Water Resources (ReWa) to build a new treatment plant.
With COVID-19 cases surging in the Upstate and across South Carolina, one local business is working to prevent shortages in Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
Earlier this year, ATI Corporation formed a subsidiary company, Carolina Facemask & PPE, producing three-layer disposable masks to meet the high demand.
More Greenville County high school students will be returning to the classroom following the holiday break.
The Greenville County School District announced last week that it will increase in-person attendance for high schools from 40 percent to 75 percent on Jan. 19.
A new town home and apartment rental community is looking to bring 216 units to Lyman.
The development would be located on approximately 14 acres near the intersection of Pine Ridge Road and North Greenville Highway.
CAC seeks volunteer instructor
The Creative Advancement Center is looking for a volunteer instructor or tutor who speaks Spanish and English.
If interested, contact Dan Dudley at (864) 423-7555 or email@example.com.
Redeemer Lutheran Church held its annual Live Nativity on Saturday and Sunday with members posing as Mary and Joseph overlooking baby Jesus. Viewers drove by the 300 O’Neal Road location in Greer.
As 2020 comes to a close, the unemployment situation in South Carolina remains dire.
“There’s no doubt our nation and state continue to battle back from record high unemployment,”Dan Ellzey, Executive Director of the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce.