Members of Greer City Council and Wellford City Council were recognized by the Municipal Association of South Carolina (MASC) earlier this month after completing hours of training.
Local residents attended a Greer Planning Commission meeting night to hear more about a proposed commercial development near their homes.
Two properties at 5251 Wade Hampton Blvd and Skyline Way are being annexed into the City of Greer with the zoning of C-3, Commercial.
May is Stroke Awareness Month, and the City of Greer is reminding local residents of signs that could signal a major medical issue.
Mayor Pro Tem Wayne Griffin read a Proclamation at council’s regular May 14 meeting, highlighting the importance of Stroke Awareness Month.
Danyla Jackson, left, and Alexis Miller share a bubbly dance during Mayfest last Saturday at Stoneledge Park in Duncan.
In 1998, teacher Ron Gunter trekked through the mud carrying his second grade daughter into the halls of a newly constructed Skyland Elementary School.
Voters in Duncan and Wellford will head to polls on Tuesday, June 11 to decide several local races.
In Duncan, incumbents Calvin Cowen and James Waddell are running for two open council seats, alongside Sundra Proctor Smith.
It hasn’t been the easiest couple of years for Kiersten Jordan and her family. When she moved from Charleston to Greer with her husband and 8-year-old son, her family was suffering tremendous loss.
You don’t have to wait until 2020 to see what a finished CenterG streetscape project will look like.
You can take a virtual tour of Greer’s future downtown right now.
Food Truck Rollout returns May 17
Celebrate the start of the weekend with Food & Drink on Friday, May 17, from 5-8 p.m. at Greer City Park with Food Trucks, tailgating games, and music.
Follow the event on Facebook for Food Truck announcements and more information.
Over a 41-year career at the South Carolina State Hospital, Wilhelmina Rivers worked with just about every kind of psychiatric patient imaginable.