A Lyman woman will serve 15 years in prison and five years of probation after admitting to driving drunk and causing a wreck that claimed the life of one person and critically injured a second.
Former Duncan mayor Lisa Scott is encouraging local residents to volunteer their time during American Red Cross Month this March.
Scott has been involved with the organization for several years.
“When Hurricane Harvey hit, I spent two and a half weeks in Texas,” Scott said.
Greer Relief seeks volunteers for VITA
Greer Relief & Resource Agency, Inc., offers Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) to those who need it most in the community.
The newest Free Little Library opened at Springwood Park in Greer last Friday.
Greer Parks and Recreation held a ribbon cutting ceremony at City Stadium, located at 601 W. Arlington Ave.
The City of Greer’s Parks and Recreation Department will host its annual Eggtastic Easter Event on Saturday, March 24 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Century Park.
Patricia Cooper and James Farmer of Greer honored the memory of their domestic female cat Paw Paw by paying for the shots of 20 animals last Friday.
The couple, who took care of the cat since 2008, paid for 64 shots for those who stopped by the Pet Mobile on March 9 from 4-5 p.m. at the Little Cricket on Gap Creek Road.
Greer Pediatrics is looking to make a move from Memorial Drive to 830 S. Buncombe Road, the location of Greer Memorial Hospital.
The Greer Planning Advisory Committee provided city guidelines at a Thursday morning meeting regarding the proposed relocation.
Lifesong Church Rev. Jeff Hickman is proposing a new event for Lyman residents, following the cancelation of Lymanfest last year.
Hickman recently asked Lyman Council to consider being the face of a “Love Invades” town event some time in the spring each year.
Colin Walters, along with Lucy Chapman and Madeline Zawastoski, picked up trash along Main Street in Taylors last Saturday with others who joined the community trash pick-up morning hosted by Michael Marut, Owner of The FareHouse, a new restaurant planning to open this spring at the Taylors Mill.
Touch a Truck, a community-wide, family-friendly event, is back for another year and will be held Tuesday, March 20 from 6-8 p.m. downtown.
This is the seventh year the Greer Station Association has held event, which has been a draw for hundreds of local residents.