Sarah Bailey, Owner of the Wild Bird Center of Greer, cut the ribbon Friday, March 22, to celebrated the Grand Opening at 423 The Parkway, Greer, along with (from l to r) Cathy Griffin, Josh Shaffer with the Greer chamber, Sandy Miller, Claire Altman and John Mansure.
A local nonprofit is looking to help residents maintain clean water.
Upstate Forever, a Greenville-based conservation nonprofit, recently received a grant for $300,000 in federal funds and $200,000 in matching funds over the next three years.
Not many people who have been diagnosed with Leukemia, suffered severe war injuries and fought the demons of depression and addiction would consider themselves very lucky.
A large butterfly bench was delivered on Monday to the new Nancy Welch Memorial Butterfly Garden at Greer City Park. Students and volunteers from Greer Middle College have started to work with Greer Council of Garden Club members this week to install plants according to the design.
Filling vacancies isn’t as easy as it once was for the City of Greer’s public safety departments.
With turnover and retention becoming more of an issue, Greer Police Chief Matt Hamby said the pool of qualified applicants is shrinking.
Bipartisan legislation that would overhaul civil forfeiture in South Carolina is being considered at the State House in Columbia, following an extensive investigation by The Greenville News and Anderson Independent Mail.
A special election for the State Senate District 6 seat is set for Tuesday, March 26.
The election will fill a vacancy left by William Timmons, who was recently elected as a member of the 116th Congress, representing South Carolina’s fourth district.
Candidates are Tina Belge (D) and Dwight A. Loftis (R).
Barista Alley to host Down Syndrome Day
Join Barista Alley to celebrate friends that rock an extra chromosome, and purchase tea or coffee to help raise some money for the Down Syndrome Association of the Upstate (DSAU).
The Town of Duncan is hoping to create a wedding destination with its new event center and garden at Stoneledge Park.
Construction on the project is expected to begin in April, with a completion date set for September.
The City of Greer recognized the 2019 Black History Month Essay Contest Winners during the regular March 12 council meeting last week. The winners, all from Riverside High, were (left to right): Elise Van Zele in first, Luis Elizondo in second and Sara Lovegrove in third.