Charlotte Summey accompanied her sister and her grandmother, who donated toys at the 15th annual Syl Syl Christmas Toy Drive on Sunday. The toys will go to the Cops for Tots program and Country Santa.
Merle State Hunger Walk set for Nov. 18
The 14th Annual Merle State Hunger Walk is set for Sunday, Nov. 18, at 2 p.m. starting at Memorial Methodist on Main Street, Greer, and ending at the Greer Soup Kitchen on East Poinsett Street.
Dogs are welcome.
Lyman residents are looking for a way to honor longtime coach M.E. Cagle, requesting that the town hall building bear his name.
Kevin Goode and Jeff Smith proposed the idea to council during a meeting Monday night.
The Greer Centennial Lions Club had 17 teams participate in its second bowling tournament, which raised nearly $4,000 for club services Friday at Peach Bowl Lanes.
Greer will be honoring its military veterans throughout November.
At the Greer Heritage Museum, World War I artifacts will be on display, including uniforms, post cards, pictures and more.
The display is set to begin Nov. 10 and run through Nov. 30.
An energized local electorate took to the polls Tuesday, casting their ballots during the 2018 general election.
Greenville and Spartanburg Counties saw an increase in absentee voting this year, and that enthusiasm carried over into local polling places this week.
A request to open a private school at the intersection of Abner Creek Road and Liberty Hill Road has been denied.
The Greer Commission of Public Works (CPW) is workshopping its budget for 2019, and it includes a new safety program for employees.
Beverly Rowe and her granddaughter, Genesis Miller, attended Big Thursday festivities last week at Fairview Baptist Church. More photos from the event can be found in Living Here.
Greer Museum to feature WWI display
During the month of November, the museum will have a World War I display with authentic artifacts, such as uniform, post cards, posters and pictures.