The first psych ward Ruth Westbury ever worked was in a VA hospital in Lyons, New Jersey.
Britni and Bo Ream are working to remodel the historic “bull house,” located at 55 Dan Bull Road, Taylors.
Newly married last March, the Reams sold Bo’s house in July with the intentions of purchasing a new home.
“We both like old homes, old architecture,” Bo Ream said. “We wanted something we could fix up.”
Serving neighbors in need, Greer Relief & Resources Agency has been a landmark in Greer for more than 80 years.
Through programs like RENEW (Reaching Every Neighbor Every Way), the nonprofit has been able to help citizens with crisis prevention and development.
Editor’s Note: The following article is part of a series Buchheit is writing on the men and women that worked at the SC State Hospital in Columbia. Look for further stories on Bull Street to appear in The Greer Citizen.
This special article comes from Luke 2 of the New International Version Bible. In the spirit of the holiday season, we hope you enjoy this read and that you have a very Merry Christmas.
First Presbyterian Church held their annual Christmas Music Celebration on Sunday, Dec. 9, at 100 School Street, Greer.
The Candlelight Joy Gift Service has been a tradition at First Presbyterian Church in Greer for over 70 years.
Anybody can be a hero.
That’s Rev. Paul White’s message in his new book “Heroes,” which highlights the importance of doing the right thing when no one is watching.
A Greer-based organization is bringing fresh water to third-world countries with support from the local community.
Six artists from the Greenville area have painted around 100 elephants handmade by rescued slaves in India in order to raise funds for well-drilling projects through Water of Life in Greer.