Passenger traffic at the Greenville Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) has dropped off dramatically during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Greer man is facing charges connected to the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
The FBI has charged William Robert Norwood, 37, with: knowingly entering a restricted building without authority, violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds, obstruction of justice/congress and theft of government property.
The Town of Duncan will host a spring festival in April, raising money for a local soup kitchen.
Duncan Fest will kick off with a golf tournament on Friday, April 16, continuing through Saturday with a color run, car show and more.
Lyman Town Council approved two annexation requests on Monday, bringing properties on Pine Ridge Road into town limits.
The adjacent properties total more than 50 acres, with 22.17 acres at 409 Pine Ridge Road and 31.75 acres at 415 Pine Ridge Road.
The Startex Mill has officially been declared abandoned, paving the way for a new development.
Dubin Guru Group out of Northbrook, Illinois, is looking to invest in the property’s redevelopment, with plans to create apartment-style units.
Greer Neighborhood Services has created a tool lending program for residents who do not have the resources to maintain their yards.
The Neighborhood Tool Shed is filled with rakes, shovels, step ladders, wheelbarrows, extension cords, drill kits, weed eater, lawn mower and leaf blower.
The Greer Centennial Lions Club is hosting the first ever Greer Winter Plunge on Saturday, March 20, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Greer City Park.
Participants will have the opportunity to take a dip in a cold pool—the Greer fire water tank—to raise money for the Greer Centennial Lions Club.
New club hosts the Doves
The new Chick Springs Lions Branch Club of Taylors recently hosted Paul and Bobbie Dove of The Winnsboro Lions Club at their monthly meeting.
A new downtown Greer boutique will open this weekend.
Southern Envy Boutique, located at 112 E. Poinsett Street, will feature retail items, handmade products, and repurposed furniture.
The Shoppes on Trade is moving off Trade.
Shelly Jordan announced she would be moving her artisan boutique last week. She has owned the Trade Street business for seven years.