A local firefighter has founded a unique business after a fun night with friends sparked an idea. The business, founded by a first responder, was made for first responders, with a portion of the profits donated to local fire, police, and EMS charities.
An opportunity for cancer patients and survivors to receive free haircuts is coming up at Renew Salon and Boutique in Greer, as well as the opportunity to donate hair.
A traditional place of worship. A handful of passionate members. A backroad church reigniting their light. Hillcrest Baptist Church is using all these facets as the start of rejuvenation.
The church, located 111 Biblebrook Dr. in Greer, invites people who might be in need of a church family and are looking to grow in their faith.
The City of Greer held a Patriotic Party to honor our military with Greer Freedom Blast last Saturday in Greer City Park.
While fireworks are a staple on the Fourth of July, they can be extremely frightening to dogs and cats, but local veterinarian Jennifer Evans shared some tips on how to calm pets’ anxiety and why it is prompted by fireworks.
David Barnett returned to America with the ghost of Vietnam wrapped around his brain like a 16-foot-long Burmese python from there.
When you look at the old black and white Army photo, you’d never think David Barnett had it in him. Instead of a soldier who’d earned a Bronze Star in Vietnam, he looks like a 15-year-old on his way to summer camp. Barely 20 and only 118 pounds, he’s hardly the prototypical warrior you’d envision stalking the jungles of Southeast Asia.
Last month, Johnathan Lovegrove received the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) Youth Citizenship Award.
Lovegrove, a senior at Bob Jones Academy, was presented the award along with a certificate and a $100 gift.