Dozens of spectators filled Trade Street during the Dress Like A Local fashion show last Thursday. The show featured couture from nine Greer Station boutiques.
Emily Penney knows how to color in the lines and think outside the box. The 24-year-old is fulfilling a childhood dream and making her mark in a traditionally male-dominated industry.
A new “Little Free Library” is now open in Century Park.
The Greer Parks and Recreation Department recently partnered with The Greer Citizen to add an educational component to the new Kids Planet, introducing a tiny library with simple instructions: “take a book, leave a book.”
On Friday--his due date--I went to my weekly appointment; this one included a nonstress test (NST) to check on the baby.
Luke was not as responsive as the doctors would've liked, so we did a biophysical profile (BPP) ultrasound as well.
Dragons, maidens, artisans, and hundreds of visitors crowded Greer City Park on Saturday during the Upstate Renaissance Faire.
Downtown merchants are putting together a fashion show to highlight local products.
Dress Like A Local will take place Thursday, Sept. 23, with a reception from 5:30-7 p.m. on Trade Street and the fashion show starting at 7 p.m.
The Legionnaires Square Dancing Club has been promenading around Landmark Hall for 40 years and is looking for others to join them. The group is inviting those interested in the style to a free Open House on Thursday, Sept. 9, 7-9 p.m. before its upcoming classes begin.
Carol’s Hope for Childhood Cancer, Inc, has opened a new thrift store location in Taylors.
A 501c3 nonprofit, Carol’s Hope provides financial assistance and emotional support to local families battling childhood cancer.
The new site is located at 3245 Wade Hampton Boulevard, Taylors.
Paul Ianuario started collecting cars back in the 60s.
“People would say, you can’t afford a new car. What’s wrong with you? There wasn’t no sense trying to convince them otherwise,” he said.
For local resident Joyce Cross, Greer Relief has been quite the stepping stone.
“I have five children,” Cross shared during the nonprofit’s annual neighborhood breakfast. “I have 14 grandchildren. I lost my son back in March of 2021.