When Bojangles relocated on Wade Hampton Boulevard in July, B. Scott Streetman had to re-evaluate parking for his business.
The Town of Duncan has disbursed its state accommodations tax funds.
At a regular October meeting, Town Council authorized Administrator Cameron Fant to deliver the funds to multiple local entities.
Nineteen Greer terminal employees were honored as Diamond Drivers by Swift Transportation Co., LLC, recently.
Diamond Drivers are the highest-achieving drivers in the Driver Ranking Program, recognized for going above and beyond in the way of safety, efficiency and excellence in their driving for the company.
The Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce celebrated with Wilson Farms, another Great Southern Homes Community, earlier this month during their Ground Breaking and Ribbon Cutting in Duncan.
Flash flooding took place at Arlington and Wade Hampton Monday, along with a number of other Greer locations, disabling vehicles and slowing down traffic.
Authentic German food and craft beer are on the menu in downtown Greer this weekend, as Oktoberfest returns Saturday.
The event will feature live music and a variety of other offerings for festival goers from noon-10 p.m.
Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Mark Owens announced his resignation Tuesday, capping a nine-year stint with the organization.
He will remain in the position until Dec. 1, when he will transition to his new role as President and CEO of the Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce.
A new Hilton brand hotel is on its way to the corner of Poinsett Street and Main Street in downtown Greer, city officials announced last week.
The City of Greer will invest $1.8 million for infrastructure relating to the project, which is set to begin within two years.
Doug Jones performed at GCM’s OctoberFAST Saturday (above). Frank Devar (right) won the 5K with a time of 15:15. Other winners include male winners Westley Wilson, 17:17, and Jonathan Fenske, 19:10, as well as female winners Ginnie Freeman, 20:35, Louisa Henry, 20:37, Caroline Reed, 21:03.
The City of Greer will make a number of road improvements in 2018, addressing areas with aging pavement in Greenville and Spartanburg Counties.
“Our paving priority is paving the ‘worst first,’” said City Engineer Steve Grant. “The oldest and worst conditioned streets are near the center of the city.”