Barista Alley Coffee and Smoothie Bar opened its doors at 125 E. Poinsett St. in downtown Greer last Friday, following a ribbon cutting ceremony with the Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce. The shop is open from 6 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday-Saturday.
Greer American Legion Post 115 won’t have a baseball team this year, according to members of the organization.
Post Commander Bob Starliper said there are currently no plans to begin a new season for either the junior or senior teams in 2017.
Greer said goodbye to Police Chief Dan Reynolds last week, who retired after 12 years of service with the department.
The City of Greer is holding the annual Eggtastic Easter Event from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 8, at Century Park, with a rain date set for April 9 from 2-4 p.m.
Countybank is opening a new office in Greer, and the location will showcase some familiar faces.
The branch, slated to begin offering services at 103 North Main St. in mid-May, has hired Greer Mayor Rick Danner, who will serve as Vice President Business Development.
Greer State Bank customers will notice significant changes to their local branches when they walk through the doors Monday morning.
After a March 18 agreement to merge with CresCom Bank, Greer State Bank will officially take on its new look this weekend, according to David Morrow, President and CEO of CresCom Bank.
Raise the Blaze
At GMC Kickoff
Greer Middle College Charter High School is holding Raise the Blaze, an official kickoff reception, at 9 a.m. on Thursday, April 6, at 138 W. McElhaney Road, Taylors, to celebrate the new building.
Only Southern Made, a retail shop featuring home accessories, has opened a storefront in downtown Greer.
The new shop is located at 102 Trade Street and is run by three moms: Kim Banks and Greer natives Lindsay Chastain and Liza Jones.
Trade Days is aiming to draw vendors to downtown Greer.
Will Yarborough, owner of Carolina Treasures, initiated the event, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 8, to showcase what Greer offers and to bring different vendors to local residents.
Greer native and current Greer City Police Officer Sarah Anderson was recognized with the J.P. Strom Award as the top graduate from Basic Law Enforcement Class #660 at the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy.