Food Truck Rollout
At Greer City Park
On Friday, May 26, celebrate the start of the weekend with food and drink from 5-8 p.m. at Greer City Park. Food Trucks, tailgating games and live music will be present.
Food Truck Rollout
Members of the Greer community attended the Eat Like a Local dinner Monday night on Trade Street, sponsored by Lowes Foods. The event was put on by the Chamber of Commerce.
Seven candidates will be on the ballot competing for two open Duncan Council seats on June 13.
Last year, Duncan Town Council voted to change from a ward system to a whole system.
Jacob Massey, 4, grinds corn during the 27th Annual Power from the Past Antique Engine/ Tractor Show and Swap Meet on Saturday, May 20, at Abner Creek Baptist Church, which partnered with the Foothills Antique Power Association to host the event.
South Carolina drivers can expect to pay more at the pump, as a 12-cent-per-gallon gas tax increase was approved by lawmakers last Friday.
The increase, which will amount to a hike of 2 cents per year for six years, is designed to pay repair bills on the state’s deteriorating roads.
Incumbent Lisa Cooley Scott will seek another term as Duncan’s mayor.
Scott’s name will be listed on the ballot, alongside Clyde C. Rogers, Jr., during the June 13 election. She hopes voters will allow her to continue the work she began four years ago.
Upstate developer Mark Clayton is moving forward with plans for a 19-home, “off the grid” community in downtown Greer.
The Greer Planning Commission approved a Design Review District rezoning designation for the project, which would take place at 9 Inglesby St. in Greer.
A few days after escorting more than 50 District Five students off a burning school bus, driver Teresa Stroble returned to her Duncan Elementary route to find a hero’s welcome.
Students and teachers at the school dressed up in superhero costumes to welcome humbled Stroble last Friday morning.