After a year of meetings with 16 different groups of teachers, administrators, business leaders, education stakeholders and Members of South Carolina’s General Assembly, Gov. Nikki Haley has begun her K-12 Education Reform Initiative.
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Greer State Bank is marking its 25th anniversary this month, celebrating more than two decades of serving customers in the Greer, Taylors and surrounding markets.
Company officials say the plan put into place twenty-five years ago remains unchanged: personalized banking services to make the lives of customers better.
A Greer resident is finding practical ways to make a difference in her community, and it requires putting others before herself.
Martha O’Neal, The Greer Citizen’s 2013 Citizen of the Year, is the operating manager of Daily Bread Ministries, a soup kitchen on Poinsett Street in downtown Greer.
Kenny and Keri Skipper thought they would be spending Christmas in the delivery room.
That special moment, which the couple had experienced once before during the birth of their daughter, Avery, would not come for another seven days.
Lyman officials say the town has acquired $513,000 in assets without acquiring any debt through use of grants and hospitality tax.
“Since the last budget we have increased the assets for the Town of Lyman by over half a million dollars with no debt,” said Mayor Rodney Turner.
After serving Greer for more than 50 years, Gene and Carolyn Jolley are closing the doors of Gene’s Dairy Bar.
“Gene just wants to get out,” Carolyn said.
She wouldn’t expand further on what led to the decision to close the restaurant, but said they made the decision two weeks ago.
God’s Pantry needs nonperishable food donations.
Items can be dropped off at: 100 Enoree Road, Greer, on Thursdays from 10 a.m. – noon, 2481 Racing Road, Greer, on Thursdays 1 – 4 p.m. or 700 E. Main St., Duncan, on Wednesdays 9 – 11 a.m.
On Jan. 14 at noon, the 120th South Carolina General Assembly will be gaveled into session. Both the House and Senate’s calendars include moving (or not moving) and debating legislation that is already in committees.
Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell has decided not to seek another term.
The state leader will instead seek presidency at the College of Charleston.