Just Say Something (JSS) has announced two new members to its Board of Directors.
During Duncan Fest Friday and Saturday, area residents came out for a golf tournament, color run, rides, car show, music and more.
Proceeds from the event exceeded $20,000 towards supporting the local soup kitchen.
Duncan Mayor Rog Rogers cut the ribbon Saturday on the new events center at Stoneledge Park.
Greer residents attended the International Festival at Greer City Park last Saturday. The event, which was cancelled last year due to the pandemic, featured a variety of food options, crafts and demonstrations from dozens of countries around the world. The City of Greer hosted more than 40 vendors during the event.
Zoar United Methodist and Grace United Methodist recently partnered with the Middle Tyger Ruritan Club to support children who are battling cancer.
On Tuesday, a small group made a donation to the Children’s Cancer Partners of the Carolinas at Zoar United Methodist.
Shoppes off Trade Owner Shelly Jordan has created her own space.
Formerly known as “The Shoppes on Trade,” Jordan’s business has moved to 410 West Poinsett Street and will host a grand opening on May 15.
Christina Carroll, Owner of Renew Salon and Boutique, recently played the role of a hairdresser for the big screen.
Her sister Melissa Ellison, the neighbor of movie writer Vicki Vass, mentioned to Carroll in early August that her neighbor was making a movie.
Details and Dents is hosting a Grand Opening celebration on April 3—a year later than originally expected.
“It has been exactly a year since COVID-19 shut down most of the country,” said Chase Clark, owner of Details and Dents. “Throughout 2020, we saw thousands of small businesses close and never reopen.”