Following concerns from local residents, a proposed development on Brushy Creek Road is undergoing a traffic study.
A long-time fixture is moving on after nearly 20 years at the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District (GSP).
GSP officials announced last week that Rosylin Weston would be stepping down from her role as spokesperson for the airport.
Jim Waddell (right) received the Volunteer of the Year award from Evan McLeod, Volunteer Coordinator, at Greer Relief’s annual Volunteer Appreciation ‘Pop In’ Monday.
The Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) marked its sixth consecutive month of increased passenger traffic in March.
GSP had 179,897 passengers in the month, compared to 166,453 in March of 2017.
After 22 years of active duty, retired United States Air Force Major Chad L. Richardson is spending his days investing in students.
Richardson became the Senior Aerospace Science Instructor at Blue Ridge High School last July, working with the Air Force Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps.
Duncan Town Council recently approved a resolution to authorize the purchase of paving equipment not to exceed $20,000.
The town is working on being better equipped to maintain their own roads by filling potholes and putting in a new base.
The Greer Commission of Public Works (CPW) has added a new electric extension policy to its existing water and sewer one.
The policy establishes the monetary contribution CPW will provide for the installation of electrical service to residential and commercial premises.
A stomach bug wreaked havoc on Chandler Creek Elementary students last week, causing around 200 absences.
Although the symptoms were similar to food poisoning, district officials believe the sickness was not caused by something consumed on campus.
The 21st Annual Dick Brooks Honda Meals on Wheels Invitational raised more than $160,000 for Greer Community Ministries. More than 200 golfers participated last Friday at Greer Country Club.
A couple of fee increases will likely be included in the City of Greer’s 2018-19 Fiscal Year budget, which is set to be taken up by council in the coming months.
City Administrator Ed Driggers has recommended that council increase the storm water fee and sanitation fee.