Leonard McFadden helps his son, Lawrence, touch the lights on a Greer police car during last Tuesday’s Touch a Truck event. More than 500 participants came out to explore the 19 vehicles lining Trade Street in downtown Greer.
Barista Alley is celebrating its first anniversary in Greer on March 31 from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. by giving away free drip coffee all day as well as having live music and food trucks.
Barista Alley is located at 125 East Poinsett Street, Greer.
Greer Community Ministries (GCM) is continuing its 2018 Fab 5 campaign in an effort stock food pantry shelves with basic nonperishable items that frequently run low.
The year’s Fab 5 items are: canned items including meat, fruit, pasta (ravioli, spaghetti rings), and soup, as well as 18 oz. jars of peanut butter.
A Byrnes High School science teacher is the first recipient of the Middle Tyger Community Center’s (MTCC) Wanda L. Fowler Community Champion Award for community service.
The award was given to Rhonda Dodson at MTCC’s 20th anniversary celebration and banquet last Tuesday night.
Greenville County Council recently took steps to clarify its shelter ordinance following increased calls about animal care, particularly for dogs, during the winter and summer months.
Council held a third and final reading of the ordinance last Tuesday.
For a fourth consecutive month, Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport saw an increase in passenger traffic.
January traffic statistics show nearly a 7 percent increase compared to the same time period in 2017.
GSP welcomed 154,489 passengers in January 2018 compared to 144,635 in January 2017.
When Amari Kalu walked out of his Taylors home on the morning of his 3rd birthday to find a handful of trucks, more than a dozen first responders and a number of television cameras, he was understandably shy.
Everybody was there to see him, and he wasn’t a fan of the attention.
Byrnes High School students participated in a walkout to protest gun violence in schools last Wednesday morning at 10 a.m. The event lasted 17 minutes in honor of the 17 lives lost at a Parkland, Florida high school in February.
Following a student-led walkout to protest gun violence at area schools last Wednesday, the Greer Police Department investigated a social media post referencing a possible school shooting threat at Riverside High School.
Officers responded to the school to ensure safety, according to a statement from Greer Police.
A proposed 62 town home unit development on Henderson Gap Road is raising a number of concerns for local residents.