Val and Elaine Kang, along with partners Ben and Caroline Godwin, have begun renovations at 215 Trade Street with the goal of opening Cartwright Food Hall this fall.
A new food hall is coming to Trade Street this fall. Val and Elaine Kang, along with partners Ben and Caroline Godwin, have begun renovations at 215 Trade Street with the goal of opening Cartwright Food Hall. The artisanal lifestyle dining concept will feature local eateries and restaurants ,as well as local food retailers.
Mayor Rick Danner and City Administrator Ed Driggers unveiled the Center for the Arts plaque last fall.
Plans are in place to rename Greer’s Center for the Arts building in honor of Ed Driggers, who retired this month after spending 20 year’s as the city’s administrator.
The Greer Warhawks are 10-0 on the season, after picking up a 13-0 win over Simpsonville on Monday night.
Riverside’s Parker Kruglewicz was dealing for the Warhawks on Monday night. The Winthrop commit led the Greer seniors to a 13-run victory over Simpsonville, throwing a complete game shutout and striking out six batters.
Summer workouts in Greenville County remain suspended following the release of the Department of Health and Environmental Control’s spread rating on Monday. Greenville County still has a “High” spread rating, along with all other counties in South Carolina.
Six preschool graduates recently received certificates recognizing their accomplishments at Small Impressions.
Seven Small Impressions Child Development graduates were recognized for their accomplishments during a ceremony on Friday, July 17.
Edwin Hutchinson made the first cut last Thursday, July 23, on the 15-foot tree at the Center for the Arts.
Crescent Carvers is crafting a living sculpture out of a 15-foot tree trunk at the Center for the Arts.
Val and Elaine Kang, along with partners Ben and Caroline Godwin, have begun renovations at 215 Trade Street with the goal of opening Cartwright Food Hall this fall.
Mayor Rick Danner and City Administrator Ed Driggers unveiled the Center for the Arts plaque last fall.
The Greer Warhawks are 10-0 on the season, after picking up a 13-0 win over Simpsonville on Monday night.
Six preschool graduates recently received certificates recognizing their accomplishments at Small Impressions.
Edwin Hutchinson made the first cut last Thursday, July 23, on the 15-foot tree at the Center for the Arts.
Val and Elaine Kang, along with partners Ben and Caroline Godwin, have begun renovations at 215 Trade Street with the goal of opening Cartwright Food Hall this fall.

New dining concept coming

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A new food hall is coming to Trade Street this fall.

Val and Elaine Kang, along with partners Ben and Caroline Godwin, have begun renovations at 215 Trade Street with the goal of opening Cartwright Food Hall.

The artisanal lifestyle dining concept will feature local eateries and restaurants ,as well as local food retailers.

John Zabelle and his dog, Cali, enjoyed a frozen treat during the Greer Farmers Market Dog Days of Summer Petastic Event last Saturday at Greer City Park.

Petastic

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John Zabelle and his dog, Cali, enjoyed a frozen treat during the Greer Farmers Market Dog Days of Summer Petastic Event last Saturday at Greer City Park.

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The Greer Warhawks are 10-0 on the season, after picking up a 13-0 win over Simpsonville on Monday night.

Riverside’s Parker Kruglewicz was dealing for the Warhawks on Monday night.

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Obituaries

Jo Ann Billings Hardin Pollard, of Greer, passed away peacefully on Friday, July 31, 2020 after a five year battle with cancer. She was the widow of J.B. Pollard.

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