Decades of old invoices, greeting cards, checks and envelopes are little more than confetti following Friday’s Free Shred Day sponsored by CBL State Savings Bank.
A new map of Greer has been drawn and is now available at a number of local businesses.
Albert’s Cartoon Maps has released its first hand-drawn map of Greer since 1993, and Owner Diane Norton said the project has been a great way to mark growth and celebrate tradition.
Greenville Health System (GHS) is holding a hiring event for prospective nurses at Greer Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, July 11 from 2-5 p.m.
The hospital system, which has been serving citizens of the Upstate since its inception in 1912, is looking for nurses in medical-surgery, the gastrointestinal lab, or the intensive care unit.
The ‘Touch a Truck’ attraction was quite popular among young festival-goers at Locust Hill Baptist Church’s Red, White and Blue Ridge event on July 1. The patriotic event was held last Saturday at 6:30 p.m.
Two downtown Greer businesses are on the move, and a bank is on its way in, following a lease change at the corner of Trade and Randall Streets.
Countybank will soon open its new Greer branch at the 300 Trade St. site, officials announced last week.
Larry Chappell is now the mayor of Lyman, following his defeat of Tony Wyatt during a special election last week.
Chappell received 128 votes to Wyatt’s 107, amounting to a voter turnout of about 7.67 percent.
Incumbent Shirley Clopton and Greg Rensberger will fill the final two Duncan Town Council seats following a runoff last week.
Clopton took garnered 78 votes in the election, while Rensberger received 73. Charles Hornack, who was defeated, tallied 61 votes.
The Greer Inland Port is set to continue its expansion in 2018, according to a new fiscal year plan from the South Carolina Ports Authority Board of Directors.
Plans for a new green development in Greer are moving forward despite concerns from council members about the long-term sustainability of the project.
New Jerusalem Baptist Church started a summer camp this past Monday at the Greer Community Outreach Center located in the gymnasium next to the church.
The camp is from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day until August 11.
Registration forms are available upon arrival.