American Legion Post 115 and Auxiliary Unit 115 hosted Remembrance Day at Veterans Park in Greer on Memorial Day weekend. The event honored those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Cancer survivors, caregivers and local residents came together at Greer City Park last Friday night to cap fundraising efforts for Greer Relay for Life.
More than $68,000 was raised by 31 teams, and that number could continue to rise.
Local residents and school teachers are on a mission to make sure Greer area children don’t go hungry when the final bell rings June 6.
After multiple attempts to sell a 9.30-acre tract of land on Biblebrook Drive, Greer City Council has found a buyer.
The city received the property, known as Ozella’s Ridge, following a foreclosure in 2011.
Following multiple rain delays, construction crews began parking lot and alleyway renovations on Tuesday, paving the way for an upcoming streetscape project.
Two local journalists died Monday after a tree fell on their SUV in Polk County, North Carolina.
According to officials, WYFF News 4 Anchor Mike McCormick and WYFF photojournalist Aaron Smeltzer were traveling on Highway 176 when a tree struck the vehicle from the side of the road.
The City of Greer held a Piano Performers Spring Recital last Tuesday night at the Cannon Centre. Two students, Grace Besser and Victoria Conner, received the highest award for their Piano Guild results. Besser and Conner were tested in music theory and piano performing.
A 1998 Byrnes High School graduate is serving in the U.S. Navy supporting nuclear-powered, fast-attack submarines.
Petty Officer 1st Class Christopher Champion is an electronic technician, who is responsible for navigation and electronics related to navigation.
“I enjoy the camaraderie,” Champion said.
Piano Performers accepting New students
Piano Performers is now registering and taking new students for the Summer 2018 session.
Children and/or Adults will take weekly classes on Mondays at the Cannon Centre for 30 min. or 1 hour sessions.
For more information or to register, call Kay Young at 574-5967.
Wayne George (center), executive director of the Municipal Association of South Carolina, visited Greer City Council last Tuesday evening to acknowledge council members’ professional development. Greer is among eight South Carolina municipalities in which all members of Council are graduates of the Municipal Elected Officials Institute.