Homeowners and developers have been working for the better part of a year to develop property near the intersection of Memorial Drive Extension and Ansel School Road.
The Greer Development Corporation (GDC) is projecting a three percent decrease in revenue in its 2021 budget.
Executive Director Reno Deaton gave GDC board members an overview of the drafted budget at the organization’s September meeting.
Whole Fitness to offer free Educator Yoga
Whole Fitness is hosting free yoga for teachers and school staff on two upcoming Saturdays, October 3 and 17 from 10:30-11:30 a.m. at the Riverside Baptist Church Gym.
Experience a gentle and restorative yoga practice, designed to help refresh and rejuvenate.
The City of Greer hosted a Drive-In Bingo event for senior adults last Thursday morning at Victor Gym.
The city opened an FM frequency for seniors to gather and play safely, asking those who completed their disposable cards to indicate so by honking and flashing their lights.
Greer City Council has appointed William Crosby to fill a seat on the Board of Zoning Appeals, following Lisa Lynn’s resignation.
Greer officials recognized 18 employees last Tuesday for milestone achievements.
“From time to time, we like to set a time aside for employee recognition,” said Mayor Rick Danner. “This is an opportunity for us to come together and recognize and to thank those people who have reached milestones in their employment with us.”
A community Rock the Village event is coming to Greer on Saturday with live music, food, and trivia.
On September 26, Welcome Home Upstate with TRG communities will be hosting a free outdoor concert.
The City of Greer is working with the Police Department to bring an outdoor dining event to Trade Street.
Each Friday in October, Trade Street, from Poinsett Street to the railroad tracks, will be closed from 2-10:30 p.m. for Dine on Trade.
Greer Community Ministries (GCM) will hold its annual Big Thursday event in November, but it will look a little different this year.
The community fundraiser, which is sponsored by D&D Motors, benefits the nonprofits’ four major programs: Meals on Wheels, Senior Dining, the Food Pantry and Sharon’s Closet.
Former Greer High and Riverside High football players played a flag football game to raise money for the Travis Perry Scholarship on Saturday, during the second annual Champions for a Cause event. More photos can be found in the Living Here section.