Griffin Rohrer and Trey McGarity played yard games during the St. Paddy’s Day party at The Spinning Jenny last Saturday.
Three local civic organizations collaborated to plant trees at Skyland Elementary last Friday.
Members of the Blue Ridge, Greer Centennial and Taylors Lions Clubs helped with the effort, working with Trees Upstate to install 11 new trees.
Building permits in the City of Greer now include construction hours of 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. due to noise complaints.
Coucilmember Judy Albert brought the matter to council following a recent complaint from a resident at Sudduth Farms.
The City of Greer is making changes to its R-5 zoning requirements.
City Council recently approved a decision to allow individual lots R-5 zoning for 5,000-square-feet lots without the requirement of being part of a development.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control has made changes to its nursing home visitation guidelines.
Until recently, 177 South Carolina nursing homes were not allowing visitation due to COVID-19.
City of Greer’s Board of Architectural Review has approved BAR 21-00001, allowing Elev8t Properties Trade St LL to apply the Bailey Bill to 215 Trade Street.
The owner is looking to establish Cartwright Food Hall at that site.
A proposed infrastructure project along Mountain View Avenue will require income surveys to be delivered to Needmore residents.
Passenger traffic at the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) dropped significantly last year due to COVID-19, but GSP President and CEO Dave Edwards said cargo flights increased.
Volunteers needed for April Dine on Trade
The Greer Station Association (GSA) is looking for volunteers for the April Dine on Trade events.
Dine on Trade is returning for the five Fridays in April.
Many in Greer will remember the name Cliff Harpst.
A well-known World War II veteran, Harpst lived in downtown Greer for about six years at Victoria Arms before moving back to his home in Ohio. He recently celebrated his 95th birthday.