One industry is under construction in Duncan, and two more are in the queue. Duncan Town Council recently approved two ordinances to annex contiguous property of about 75 acres located at 513 Robin Lake Road and 1345 Victor Hill Road with a zoning of GI, General Industry. The property is being sold by T. Walter Brashier. CRG, a St.
Taylors Firehouse Subs
plans H2O for Heroes
Taylors Firehouse Subs is participating in H2O for Heroes this year.
On Saturday, Aug. 4, bring in an unopened 24-pack of bottled water and receive a medium sub.
All water will go to local fire and police departments to be distributed to those in need.
The Rotary Club of Greater Greer hosted guest speaker Cate Whitewood, president of the Tintinhull, Somersett Rotary Club in England (2017-2018), at its weekly club meeting on July 17.
With parking lot and utility work nearing completion downtown, the city is putting the finishing touches on its streetscape plans for the fall.
Lyman Town Council and the Planning and Zoning Board came together last month to discuss and clarify proposed land development regulations.
At the meeting, Lance Estep and Chip Bentley with the Appalachian Council of Governments (ACOG) presented an outline for potential adoption.
Q: What can someone do if they can’t convince their spouse to begin planning and saving? I’ve tried for years to persuade my wife to join me in following your plan, but I can’t get her to start thinking about our financial future and stop living in the moment.
Greer Community Ministries (GCM) is collecting supplies to provide local students with the tools they need to begin school in August. Students living in the greater Greer area, including Greer, Taylors, Duncan, Lyman, and Wellford are eligible.
As Ivey Tapp grows, so do her donations to Greer Community Ministries (GCM) each year.
The 7-year-old received a fire truck escort down Line Street to make her annual birthday donation of more than 2,700 items and $2,000 to the nonprofit last Friday.
The Greer library will close for a year while renovations take place at the Pennsylvania Avenue location.
Work is set to start in late August and will add 5,500 in new square footage to the Jean M. Smith Branch of the Greenville County Library System.
The old Greer Mill could soon find a new purpose.
The site, which was recently purchased by a company known as Greer Mill, LLC, is set to be developed for apartments and commercial use, according to public documents. A notice posted at the mill invited public comments on a proposed Voluntary Cleanup Contract through June 27.