Q: My husband passed away last year at just 45 years old. We always tried to be careful with our money, and we were in good enough shape financially that I paid for his funeral with cash. A few days ago, I started getting letters from the funeral homes in town encouraging me to pre-pay for my own funeral.
The City of Greer will soon begin site work at Kids Planet in Century Park, after awarding a bid to Raby Construction last week.
Greer City Council unanimously approved the move, as the construction company will perform grading and paving for the Kids Planet playground, common areas and new parking lots.
Streetscape work has slowed in downtown Greer following multiple weeks of inclement weather.
City Administrator Ed Driggers told Greer City Council that the CenterG project has become challenging at times.
The Greer Commission of Public Works recently received a “AA-” rating from Standard and Poors Global Ratings (S&P).
This is an improvement from 2016, when Greer CPW received an “A+” rating.
Flooding, tornadoes and even a little bit of snow.
That was the weather forecast for Greenville and Spartanburg Counties last week, leaving local residents to navigate some treacherous conditions.
A new park is on its way to Wellford.
The City of Wellford has started construction on a new recreational space on North Craft Street.
Playground equipment for the site recently arrived, and plans to develop a soccer or football field have yet to be completed.
Lyman residents are expressing concerns regarding the development of 10 acres on Holly Springs Road.
A potential development on Holly Springs Road in Lyman has caused local residents to raise concerns about increased traffic in the area, and South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) officials are responding.
In a split second, a Greer man’s joy over winning the lottery turned to panic when he thought he’d lost his ticket worth $150,000.
“I couldn’t find it this morning,” the man told lottery officials.
He did not stop searching until he found the Powerball ticket inside an envelope.
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