The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) met with members of the community last Tuesday to discuss a proposed roundabout at the intersection of Highway 101 and North McElhaney Road, and many opposed the project.
A planned roundabout at Highway 101 and North McElhaney Road is being met with a bevy of concerns including: safety, necessity, traffic flow, proper communication and financial responsibility.
Greer Police hope a new simulation tool will help equip officers should they ever face a situation where deadly force is required.
The equipment is called a FireArm Training Simulator (FATS), and the department believes it will be very useful.
Byrnes High School’s “Rebel” nickname is safe for now.
The West Spartanburg Chapter of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) will not petition Spartanburg District Five Schools to change the school’s moniker, officials announced Monday.
Walk With a Dog
Program Dog Saturday
Mary Black Health System will host a special edition of its Walk with a Doc program: “Walk with a Dog” on Saturday, Sept. 26, at 10 a.m.
In an effort to engage the community, Greer Relief invited folks out on Tuesday morning for a complimentary breakfast and a short presentation on fighting hunger and homelessness.
The Tyger River Fire Department’s new substation at the intersection of Holly Springs Road and Highway 357 in Lyman is nearly complete.
Each month, travelers voluntarily leave behind 50 to 75 pounds in prohibited items at Greenville Spartanburg International Airport checkpoints.
Last Friday, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) showcased some of those items.
The Greer State Bank Foundation distributed more than $10,000 to local non-profit organizations during the last two months.
Keith Rollins reaches across his trailer for a stalk of corn at last Thursday’s Farmers’ Market in downtown Greer. Rollins owns R & R Farms in Gowansville with his brother Ronnie, who was also at the event last week.