County fees hang in the balance following a Greenville County Council vote last week.
The City of Wellford has officially handed over its sewer system to Lyman.
Following months of discussion, Wellford Council unanimously approved two readings of the purchase agreements at recent meetings.
A new Thai restaurant is bringing flavor and culture to downtown Greer’s Trade Street.
Chon, which officially opened its doors last week, is located at 219 Trade St., the former location of Greer Station Diner.
The Little Miss & Master Blue Ridge Pageant is scheduled for 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 25 for ages 0 to 5th Grade.
For more information, contact Kelly at email@example.com or Blue Ridge High School Main Office at 355-1819.
Trinity Fellowship Church will be hosting its 10th annual Care Fair on April 29 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The event, which is free to the community, is an opportunity for emergency personnel to showcase their services and provide important information.
The Blue Ridge Lions club recently welcomed new members.
Becky Bagwell, sponsored by Paula Crane, was inducted into the club.
President Jim Barbare presented Bagwell with her membership certificate, and Crane received a sponsorship certificate.
Melody Hill, left, and Ashlyn Fulkerson enjoy a sweet treat in their pajamas during Bruster's Ice Cream's Pajama day on Saturday. Customers wearing pajamas received a free small waffle cone.
Green Pond Baptist Church near Reidville sustained damage from a rain/hail storm last Wednesday. Pastor Ricky Vines said about 45 members were present in the fellowship hall when the storm hit.
Greer Police Chief Dan Reynolds presented his final annual report to Greer City Council at the Feb. 28 meeting.
After more than a decade with the department, Reynolds will retire at the end of the month, handing the job off to Matt Hamby.
“He has served us well,” said Greer Mayor Rick Danner.
Storefronts are filling up downtown and several tasty new options are now available for Greer patrons.
The spike in business interest is part of a trend that has been on the rise for a while, according to Greer Chamber President and CEO Mark Owens.