Leadership Greer Class 37 is continuing to give back to the community, donating $11,500 to the Creative Advancement Center.
Duncan Town Council unanimously approved its 2017-2018 budget last week, which includes a two mill increase.
“Every year, we try to do a cost of living increase,” said council member Calvin Cohen.
The increase came from the consumer price index (CPI) plus the population growth, according to Town Administrator Cameron Fant.
Greenville Health System and Palmetto Health are partnering to create a not-for-profit, locally governed health company.
They new company’s officials say the endeavor will improve the patient experience, clinical quality and access to care and address rising health care costs.
For the second year in a row, the S.C. Department of Social Services (SCDSS) hosted a People’s Choice Awards program where employees could nominate their coworkers for excellence in service.
New this year was the Keith Frazier Team Award for a group who have performed extraordinarily well on a project or group effort.
As the United States celebrates its independence this week, the City of Greer took some time to honor the contributions of local veterans.
At the city’s annual Freedom Blast celebration last weekend, Greer paid tribute to military servicemen and women during the annual Preston Johnson Veterans March.
BMW will create 1,000 more jobs at its Greer plant.
The announcement came during the German car company’s 25th anniversary celebration on Monday morning.
The BMW Group has invested $8 billion in the Upstate facility since its opening in 1994, and currently employs more than 9,000 workers.
The newly chartered Greer Centennial Lions Club hosted its Charter Banquet at Greer City Hall Monday night.
The club, which formed as a sister club to the original lions club, has been targeting new members since its creation in 2015.
Local elementary students had a chance to give back last week during Greer Community Ministries’ (GCM) inaugural Hero Kids Fest.
The K5 through fifth grade students created projects to aid the Greer Soup Kitchen, Greer Community Ministries, Greer Relief and the Greer Fire Department during the week-long event.
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.
The Greer Police Department recently promoted a new K-9 handler.
In April, Anna Barnett was assigned duties to work with the three and half year old German Shepherd, Stryker, from the Czech Republic.