The Greer Commission of Public Works is holding a blood drive on April 26 to benefit Information Technology (IT) Manager Scott Parris.
Southern Growl could soon expand following Greer City Council’s recent decision to amend zoning ordinances pertaining to brewing facilities in commercial zones.
The business is one of five applicants submitting expansion requests to Greer’s Planning Advisory Committee (PAC) for Thursday, April 5.
While students and teachers enjoy Spring Break this week, Spartanburg County first responders are preparing for the worst.
“Are we ready for this?”
Following widespread replacement of downtown utility lines, the City of Greer is finalizing designs, details and schedules for its upcoming streetscape project.
The Greer Commission of Public Works intends to renew its power agreement Piedmont Municipal Power Agency (PMPA) later this year.
Following the signing a letter of intent, the two parties are working “in good faith” to finalize the terms and conditions of a renewal or extension of the Power Sales Agreement on or prior to Oct. 1.
A Boiling Springs man is dead and an investigation is underway following an incident at one of BMW Manufacturing’s paint shops last Wednesday morning.
Ansley Clifton enjoyed cotton candy last Saturday at the Middle Tyger Food Truck Frenzy hosted by Potential Church and Spa Essentials.
Artists recognized in regional exhibition
The City of Greer 2018 Greer Goes Global Juried Arts Exhibition is a regional art exhibition presented by the City of Greer, the Greer Cultural Arts Council, and Partnership for Tomorrow.
Mayor Rick Danner and Greer City Council recently recongnized city employees for milestone accomplishments.
Students at Greer Middle College Charter High School will showcase their senior projects on Thursday, April 12, from 4:30-6:30 p.m., at 138 W. McElhaney Road, Taylors.