The SC Women’s Business Center (SCWBC) and the USC Upstate Continuing Education Programs and the Center for Women’s and Gender Studies are offering two marketing seminars for small businesses.
For as long as this country’s been here, heroin has been the final stop for illicit drug users. The morphine-derived opioid is generally considered the best high that money can buy, and one of the most affordable. It has also gained a well-deserved reputation as the one of the world’s most dangerous drugs.
Greer saw a historic landmark fall last week.
The former Davenport Junior High School cafeteria came crashing down, ending its stint on West Church Street which lasted more than half a century.
After months of searching, the Greer Commission of Public Works has found a successor for Nick Stegall, the former general manager who retired in September.
Jeff Tuttle, most recently the vice president of gas utilities services principal for G2 Partners, begins his new position as the CPW’s general manager March 3.
Editors Note: This is part of a month-long series celebrating Black History Month and African Americans who have made an impact in the Greer community.
A celebrity boxing match that would have seen rapper DMX aka Earl Simmons square off with George Zimmerman, recently found not guilty in a Florida murder trial, has been cancelled, according to the fight’s promoter Damon Feldman.
Road to recovery
The crown has been passed.
On Feb. 8, former Miss Greater Greer Lanie Hudson passed her title on to Ansley Cartee, a pre-business freshman at Clemson University. This was the first Miss South Carolina preliminary in which Cartee has participated.
For the third year, brides will gather to support the fight against breast cancer and plan for their weddings at the Brides Against Breast Cancer Charity Wedding Gown Sale and Bridal Show on Feb. 15 at the Marriott, located at 1 Parkway East, Greenville.
This past week was a real unsafe mess for many in the southeast. Sometimes it’s a sport to criticize officials for closing things early, but as we saw pictures from cities like Atlanta on Wednesday and it is better to be safe than sorry.