Fall 2017 class
For grief support
Interim Healthcare Hospice is restarting its Fall 2017 Grief Support Class for those struggling with the loss of a loved one, those having difficulty finding friends who understand and those looking for practical tools to cope.
Fall 2017 class
Greer Middle College senior Christabel Obi is aiming to raise $7,000 in the next two months to build a well in Sierra Leone.
Mentored by Amy Wasserman, Director of Development for Water of Life in Greer, Obi is taking on the endeavor as her senior project.
Katie Witherspoon has been promoted to vice president of operations with the Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce.
She has served with the chamber for four years as the Director of Communications and Events.
The 10th annual Lake Robinson Day of Celebration has been rescheduled for Saturday, Nov. 11, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Greer Commission of Public Works (CPW) and the Friends of Lake Robinson rescheduled the event following weather concerns in October.
The IWT grants are being issued for employers to upgrade the skills of their current employees. IWT grants provide opportunities for training in programs ranging from computer skills to manufacturing skills specific to industries.
Members of the Greer community will come together to raise money for Greer Community Ministries this week, taking part in the nonprofit’s annual Big Thursday event.
Big Thursday will take place at Fairview Baptist Church from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Nov. 2.
Makenzie Teal celebrated the season when The Town of Lyman partnered with Creative Soul to host a free Pumpkin Painting event at Pacific Place in Lyman. More photos from the event can be found on B6.
A Lyman Town council member has been indicted by a grand jury for exploitation of a vulnerable adult.
Paul Rick Hellams was arrested on Friday, but has since been released on $20,000 bond.
Voters will decide on a number of local races and county tax referendum during the Nov. 7 election.
On the ballet, incumbent Doug Wavle and long-time firefighter Jeff Hannah are running for Taylors Fire and Sewer District.
Blue Eye Soft Corporation is planning to bring 120 new jobs to Greer, according to announcement last week.
The company, which specializes in information technology solutions, is set to expand over the next two to four years, officials say.