South Carolina Sen. Scott Talley talked to Greer business leaders about state gas tax, finances, emergency powers and other issues during the Greer chamber’s First Friday Luncheon at City Hall last week.
Some restrictions have been lifted at South Carolina restaurants.
Governor Henry McMaster issued an executive order last week, removing capacity limitations. Restaurants had been operating at 50 percent capacity due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Greer’s Planning Advisory Committee (PAC) provided feedback on a proposed plan to develop 24 lots on five acres at 1111 Poplar Drive Extension.
Greer police to hold Coffee with a Cop
The Greer Police Department will continue its Coffee with a Cop series on October 8, inviting members of the community to meet officers and share any concerns they may have.
Peggy Stewart and her daughters are returning this week to the Spinning Jenny — formerly the Greer Opry House — for a night to remember.
The Greer Opry House Memory Night is set for Friday, Oct. 9, at the 107 Cannon Street location in Greer. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the band begins at 8 p.m.
Participants run Saturday at Sugar Creek in support of Just Say Something’s Red Ribbon 5K, raising funds to keep the community drug free.
The Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce is holding two virtual events this month.
The Leadercast Ripple Effect, a virtual event presented by Partnership for Tomorrow, is set for Thursday, Oct. 15, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Breaking Bread for Jesus, a soup kitchen food ministry feeding those in need in the Wellford, Lyman, Duncan, Startex and Jackson community, is constructing its own building, and more funds are needed to complete the project.
Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport reopened Economy Parking Lot B last week, allowing more capacity for the fall and holiday travel period.
Due to ongoing construction, capacity in Economy Lot B will be limited to 500 spaces and is available for $7 per day.
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