The Duke Energy Foundation presented the Public Education Partners (PEP) with a $109,000 grant to expand the Greenville Alternative Teacher Education (GATE) program on Tuesday.
The Greenville Health Authority (GHA) Board is working to launch Healthy Greenville 2036, a plan to reinvest $80 million into health-targeted local grants over the next 20 years.
Greer Mayor Rick Danner presented plaques to bus driver David Scott, Zachary Pearce, Donald Thomus and Kyle Underwood, who each took action during the bus accident on Hwy 101 on April 26. A bus carrying 20 Greer students caught fire, and Scott evacuated the students while the other three helped to put out the fire.
By Theodore Quintana
For The Greer Citizen
A 1999 Greer High School graduate and Greer native is now part of an elite Navy helicopter squadron with the mission of hunting and destroying enemy mines in waters around the world.
More than 25 Spectrum employee volunteers rebuilt a home in Duncan on May 6 for a couple who has been a part of the town for 45 years.
Local residents attended the Vintage Market at Greer City Park on Saturday, snagging throwback goods from local vendors.
The 33rd installment of Greer’s most popular festival is expected to draw more than 20,000 people downtown.
The Pelham Medical Center Family Festival will take place this Friday and Saturday, featuring live entertainment, local vendors, carnival rides and more.
Ahead of his headline performance at the Pelham Medical Center Greer Family Festival this weekend, rising county star Chase Bryant said he is excited to be back in the Upstate.
A school bus driver acted quickly to evacuate 20 Greer students following a head-on collision last Wednesday on Highway 101. The bus was struck by a pick-up truck, entrapping the driver, according to Lt. Jim Holcombe of the Greer Police Department.
Greer’s Relay for Life event, set for May 19, will make the move from Dooley Field to Greer City Park this year.
The theme of the event, which will take place from 6-11 p.m., is “DeRail Cancer.”