Losing your life on the job isn’t something most people spend a lot of time thinking about. For police officers, however, that fear is very real.
A local business invested in the future last Thursday, with a more than $5,000 gift to students at the J. Harley Bonds Career Center.
Representatives from Sandvik-Coromant handed out stocked toolboxes to the 12 junior students in Instructor Travis Tucker’s Machine Tool class, and safety glasses to the entire student body.
for 2019 awards
Since 2000, the Better Business Bureau® of the Upstate (BBB) has been recognizing businesses who display an outstanding level of ethics and integrity in their everyday business dealings. These businesses generate a high level of trust among their employees, customers and communities.
Countybank CFO Annette L. Scott, Executive began a one-year term as chair of the South Carolina Bankers School last month.
The South Carolina Bankers School is an educational and professional development program sponsored by the South Carolina Bankers Association.
Employees from the City of Greer, the City of Greenville and Greenville County experienced three days of hands-on drone training last week.
A Greer native and 2011 Byrnes High graduate is serving in the U.S. Navy at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.
Petty Officer 1st Class Jonathan Morgan serves as a Navy yeoman, assigned to Navy Region Hawaii in the U.S. Pacific Fleet area of operations.
It’s back-to-school week in Greenville and Spartanburg Counties, and that means it's picture time! We asked readers to submit their favorite first-day-of-school pictures, and the results are on page B7 of this week’s newspaper.
The City of Greer is looking to repair and widen Brookshire Road due to deteriorating conditions.
Work is set to begin in mid-to-late September, according to Steve Grant, City Engineer.
Grant presented several options for the project to Greer City Council last week.
“This area is transitioning to industrial,” Grant said.
Officials say the City of Greer should not have been named in a June lawsuit that brought allegations against the Greer Commission of Public Works (CPW) and other Upstate municipalities.
The civil suit, which was filed in Newberry County, named both Greer CPW and the city, along with the City of Rock Hill, Clinton and Union.
A proposed tiny home development that would have expanded the reach of Daily Bread Ministries’ STEP program has been denied by the Greer Planning Commission.