Countybank recently announced the launch of its first debit card swipe campaign, which will contribute to local organizations through the Countybank Foundation.
The City of Greer will kickoff the holiday season this Friday with a full slate of downtown events.
It will be a different kind of celebration due to COVID-19, but the city is still promising “A Christmas to Remember.”
Greer Relief is seeking volunteers to help with its annual Christmas Morning Shoppe, which will open its doors on Monday, Dec. 14.
The nonprofit provides new, unwrapped Christmas gifts to clients they’ve served throughout the year. The Christmas Morning Shoppe will last from Dec. 14-22.
Greer City Council has approved the first reading of a new Comprehensive Plan.
A public hearing and second reading to adopt “Transforming Greer 2030” is set for the Jan. 12 meeting at 6:30 p.m. at Greer City Hall.
Plans for a new cluster development in Greer are at a standstill following a recent Planning Commission meeting.
Both a motion to deny and a motion to approve the cluster development preliminary plat request failed, with two 3-3 votes last Monday.
As local students and teachers get set to return to full-time, in-person learning, additional COVID-19 testing will be available.
POM to hold Christmas Wrapping Workshop
POM Self-Storage is hosting a Christmas Wrapping Workshop on December 2-3, from 6:30-8 p.m., at 207 South Buncombe Road, Greer.
Taylors Fire and Sewer District (TFSD) representatives are continuing to express opposition to Greenville County’s sewer consolidation plan and fire service areas.
Attorneys and others weighed in during a public hearing last Monday.
Greer’s Kennedy Howard, a junior at Spartanburg Methodist College (SMC), has started a modern day version of a pen pal program for middle school students with disabilities.
Howard, who is studying psychology and religion, drew on her own experiences growing up with cerebral palsy.
The Greer Development Corporation (GDC) is planning three boot camp entrepreneur events for next year.
Five area business leaders, including Mark Essex of Greer, are on GDC’s steering committee for The Platform at Greer, an immersive two-day program in the heart of Greer.