Lyman residents filled the Pacific Place on Monday to get more information on the forms of government residents will be voting on this month and for a chance to pose questions to council.
In desperate need
God’s pantry needs volunteers, supporting churches and friends as giving is down and the needs are up, and Children home from school are unable to get three meals a day, and the warehouse is out of vegetables.
He is 91 years old and he drives a Meals on Wheels route. Bruce Taylor of Greer says he would rather wear out his life than sit around to rust.
“I’ve still got a little left to give,” Taylor said.
The Greer Commission of Public Works is testing LED lights on Wade Hampton Boulevard.
From Pine to Morrow streets, eight LED lights line the roadway as part of a pilot project for the city. The old high-pressure sodium lights remain in place, but are not being used, said Tony Farr, electric operations manager.
Greer Bancshares Incorporated, parent company of Greer State Bank, recently reported a second quarter net income of $434,000 or $0.17 per diluted common share, as compared to second quarter 2013 net income of $7,761,000 or $3.12 per diluted common share.
A 12-mile portion of Interstate 385 in Greenville County is being designated the “Veterans Corridor of Honor” to recognize those who served in 20th and 21st century wars.
Signs commemorating six conflicts will be placed at two-mile intervals between markers 22 and 34 and revealed in a ceremony, scheduled for 10 a.m. Sept. 5.
Greer lost a memorable personality last week as J. Van Collins passed away at the age of 70.
Son of the late J. Van Collins Sr. and Georgia Mae Collins, he was known and loved by many in the Greer area.
“I’ll miss him a lot,” said Greer resident Gary Griffin. “He was one of the colorful characters of Greer.”
A new program targeting “at risk” youth got underway last Saturday in Duncan with a crash course boot camp for community leaders and local residents.
They’ve been given a second chance, and when they put on their vests, they know it’s time to work. They are handpicked and trained to be obedient, intuitive, protective and supportive because they are serving the servicemen who suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injuries.
in desperate need
God’s pantry needs vounteers, supporting churches and friends, as giving is down and the needs are up, and Children home from school are unable to get three meals a day, and the warehouse is out of vegetables.