Keeping a Greer tradition alive
Dane Moody wasn’t even born when Blanche and G.B. Loyd opened The Tadpole restaurant in 1977, but it wouldn’t take long after his arrival for him to plant roots in the Greer landmark.
Pickleball group raises funds for Alzheimer's
Members of an Upstate Pickleball group hosted a tournament last Wednesday at the Tryon Recreation Center to raise funds for an Alzheimer’s Association
Organized by the Pickleball Addicts, the event was a part of The Longest Day.
Mother honors late son in new book
They say when you have your health, you have everything.
Peake chronicles life as public servant in new work
It took former Wellford Mayor Sallie Peake two years to write her first book. It took her over eight decades to live it.
Local educator celebrates retirement
Joan Britton is retiring from Dunbar Child Development Center after serving the community for 14 years.
Fellow teacher Tena Irby gave Britton a surprise drop-in retirement party on Friday, June 3—the last day of school for the students.
Riverside graduate named scholarship recipient
One area graduate and three schools were the beneficiaries of some end-of-the-school-year “Angel” blessings.
Riverside High graduate Malloree Howard was recently selected as the 2022 Angel Heart of Hope scholarship recipient.
Greer certified as national community wildlife habitat
Community members gathered last Tuesday to celebrate the City of Greer being certified as a National Wildlife Federation Community Wildlife Habitat and the dedicating of a new butterfly garden at the Center for the Arts.
Future's so bright
Creative Advancement Centers held its 13th annual awards luncheon last Friday at the Cannon Centre.
This year’s event honored CAC supporters Lt. Chad Richardson, of the City of Greer Police Department, and Stan Davis, Leadership Development Consultant.
The Town of Duncan celebrated its second DuncanFest on Friday, May 20, and Saturday, May 21, at the Duncan Event Center @ Stoneledge.