The Greer Commission of Public Works (CPW) has entered into a consulting contract with Steven Ruark.
A suspect is in custody after engaging Spartanburg County deputies in a firefight early Monday morning in Greer.
The incident took place when police responded to a domestic violence call at around 3:15 a.m. on Sunnyglenn Drive.
Paul Burgess shares a dance with his daughter, Morgan, during the Town of Lyman’s annual Daddy-Daughter Dance last Saturday at Lyman Event Center.
The Greer Planning Commission approved the preliminary plat for Oakton subdivision on East Gap Creek Road Monday night.
The development, which would house 92 units on about 29 acres, was given the ‘OK’ by a 3-2 vote with the provision of access to designated open spaces.
Commissioners Judy Jones and Brian Martin were opposed.
The calendar may still say winter, but Duncan Town Council is thinking summer–passing ordinances and resolutions to ready Shipwreck Cove water park for its Memorial Day opening and beyond.
A Startex man will spend the next two decades behind bars following a 2016 shooting spree at a Lyman bar.
North Greenville University (NGU) will pay a $2.5 million settlement following allegations that the university violated a federal ban on incentive-based compensation for student recruitment, the Department of Justice announced last week.
MTCC joins Community Bag Program
Middle Tyger Community Center has been selected to be a part of the Community Bag Program at the Lyman BI-LO, which is designed to make it easy for customers to contribute to their local community while supporting the environment.
The City of Greer recognized four employees for their years of service last Tuesday.
A traveling talent show will be making a stop in Greer next month.
The Peoples’ Talent Show will take place Sunday, March 10, at 6 p.m., at The Spinning Jenny, featuring local talent in comedy, singing, dancing, and rapping.