North Greenville University will recognize the service of military veterans during Military Appreciation Day at Younts Stadium this Saturday.
James William Ford lived for more than a century.
His stories of the past will be missed by family and friends alike as many sought out Ford to learn about the local or family history of people and places.
Anyone who is filling a shoebox for Operation Christmas Child can bring those boxes to Joshua’s Way or Fairview Baptist Church in Greer.
Volunteers are preparing to collect shoebox gifts during National Collection Week, November 14-21.
The 19th annual Syl Syl Christmas Toy Drive in memory of Sylvia Holtzclaw is set for Sunday, Nov. 13.
Community members are invited to donate new, unwrapped toys for kids in the Greer area from 2-4 p.m. at the Clock Restaurant, located at 603 West Poinsett Street.
Alan Morgan (R) and Michael Reitz (D) are vying for the South Carolina House of Representatives District 18 seat to represent the Greer, Taylors and Blue Ridge area.
Formerly held by Tommy Stringer, the seat will be filled for the next full-term during the general election on Tuesday, Nov. 8, with polls open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sheryl Guarniero (D) and Joey Russo (R) are vying for the Greenville County Council District 17 seat to represent the greater Greer area.
Formerly held by Joe Dill, the seat will be filled during the general election on Tuesday, Nov. 8, with polls open for voting from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The Town of Duncan will be holding a special election for mayor on November 8 due to Mayor Rog Rogers’ passing in August of this year.
Two current council members, Shirley Clopton and Greg Rensberger, are vying for the position.
Barista Alley, a coffee shop in downtown Greer, now has a second location in O’Neal Village.
Owner Andrew Carter decided a couple years ago to take on the project of opening a second location in the Greer area, where he could roast his own coffee and sell to customers.
Barista Alley Roastery opened on October 14.
Greer Community Ministries (GCM) welcomed James Abbott as new Executive Director on October 24.
Abbott previously served in poverty-related services for 14 years at the Salvation Army in the Greenville area.