North Hills Community Church in Taylors is one of several contributors to the opening of a second Safe Home in the Upstate.
Chandler Creek Elementary will say goodbye to Principal Jane Mills during a farewell drop-in in May.
Mills, who has served at the school for nine years, will be leaving at the end of the school year to work at a Child Development Center.
Hundreds of local residents came together to complete service projects around the Taylors community during Love Taylors Day on April 2.
According to event organizers, around 540 volunteers took part in the projects.
Bonds welding students recently won another state title, taking first place in both the singles and the teams events at the 2022 SkillsUSA state competition.
Bonds students also won third place in singles and second place in teams during the March 18 competition at the Tri-County Technical College Anderson Campus.
August McDowell knows how to be B.R.A.V.E., and now, thanks to the seven-year-old, so do her Buena Vista Elementary classmates.
A local nonprofit is celebrating 15 years of preserving the legacies of Upstate moms and dads who have been diagnosed with life-threatening illnesses.
A Birthday Bash for Let There Be Mom is set for Saturday, April 2, from 4-7 p.m., at Greer City Park.
The Garden, a local ministry assisting women, will hold its second Golf Tournament on Saturday, April 2, at the River Falls Plantation Golf Course in Duncan.
Proceeds from the tournament will help to fund an adoption for a family through the Zion Satterfield Scholarship.
Two local businesses hosted St. Baldrick’s event this past weekend to support children with cancer.
For the second year in a row, The Classic Barber & Shave hosted an event on Sunday, March 20, at 910 N Main St., Greer.
The City of Greer Parks and Recreation Department has teamed up with ABF Skate Shop to offer a new program, Beginner Skateboarding.
This program will be held every Monday evening for six weeks starting April 4 for ages 5-13.
The Town of Lyman is putting the spotlight on organ donation during the month of April, hoping to honor the legacy of a local student who passed away in 2020.
Lyman Town Council issued a proclamation last week, marking April as Donate Life Month.