The City of Greer has a simple message for children who want to learn more about services and programs offered by their local municipality: Get out your crayons or markers and have fun.
Violent crime investigators with the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office are seeking the public’s assistance in attempting to identify a suspect who they believe is responsible for three armed robberies over the weekend. The first incident occurred Saturday around 8:45 p.m. at the Dollar General at 1949 Hayne St.
Asher Forrester, left, and his aunt, Angel, spend some time in the kayak during the annual Lake Robinson Day of Celebration last Saturday. The event featured live music, exhibits and plenty of recreation.
Several new businesses are opening their doors to Greer shoppers next week, starting a trend city officials believe will last throughout the holiday season.
Taylors residents are concerned about sewage overflowing from a manhole near the Enoree River. Renewable Water Resources (ReWa) officials say they are doing what they can to take care of the problem.
Taylors residents Boyce and Annette Foster moved to the town about 30 years ago.
A Lyman man received a 30-year prison sentence last Wednesday for repeatedly stabbing his wife.
According to Solicitor Barry Barnette, Christopher Allen Middleton, 44, was found guilty of attempted murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime at the conclusion of a three-day jury trial.
Costumes, crafts and plenty of candy will be on hand Saturday in Greer City Park, as Halloween Hoopla returns for another year.
The event, led by Freedom Fellowship, offers a free Halloween alternative from noon- 4p.m. for local families and trick-or-treaters.
Blue Ridge Lions Club Start-up Meeting
The Lion’s Club of Blue Ridge will have a start-up meeting Thurs, Oct. 22 from 7 to 9 p.m. at Big Boys Country Cooking on 430 Groce Meadow Road across from Lake Robinson.
The meeting is open for anyone interested in joining the club.
The financial goal for the first Greer Community Ministries’ (GCM) Big Thursday event in 1979 was $10,000. That goal was exceeded when the community rallied to raise $25,000 for the seven-year-old ministry created to meet the needs of hungry people in the Greater Greer area.
Lyman is making changes to town hall, and one such change is reminding residents of the building’s athletic past.
Recently, town clerk Tammy Redd, clerk of court Candy Brock and zoning administrator Matt Bullard pulled up the carpet in the hallway, revealing the building’s old basketball hardwood floor.