Isaac and Helen Farquhar enjoyed a Pete the Cat story read by Linda Fultz during story time at the Main Collective’s Block Party on Saturday, July 14, at 1 East Main Street, Taylors. Other activities included free parking, ice cold treats, scavenger hunts, makers demos, special shopping and more.
A 2015 graduate of Greer High School, U.S. Air Force Airman Jason L. Woodward graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
Greer Community Ministries is collecting school supplies to give students for the upcoming year.
Please collect supplies and bring them to the ministry between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday-Friday.
Greer Planning Commission unanimously approved TXT 2018-02 from the Board of Architectural Review on Monday to change the boundaries of the Downtown Historic District, removing G021000101900—the former Tire Exchange building—and adding G021000101200—the former D&D Ford building as well as the Mutual Home parcels purchased by Grace Church.
Officials in Spartanburg County are reaching out to unincorporated areas to identify priority needs.
With commercial construction taking place along Highway 290 and other neighboring areas, Chuck Langston of Langston Black Real Estate, is looking to add industrial zoning within the city limits of Greer.
The City of Greer is testing its Christmas decorations along Wade Hampton Blvd. during the month of July.
Having installed new poles and lighting last year, officials are evaluating how the decorations look with the changes.
Taylors Free Medical Clinic has started recording paperwork electronically.
The transition to the new system began in April, when the clinic received a Community Foundation grant covering the cost of laptops, training and two part-time employees.
A local resident says a weekend traffic accident is evidence of the dangers a new micro school on Abner Creek Road poses.
Albert Bruder, who lives across the street from a proposed development, recently attended a city meeting to oppose the micro school.
Two more downtown businesses are looking to improve their locations.
Jeff Austin, owner of Image East Video, has requested to paint his main building.
“We want to paint the outside of the building and seal or refinish the wood around the windows and front door,” Austin said.