Caring at Christmas
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Caring at Christmas
Black Friday shoppers flocked to Belk in Greer the day after Thanksgiving to make sure they found the best deals to start the holiday season.
A water main break in Greenville early Monday morning left local residents without water.
Olivia Vassey, a spokesperson for Greenville Water, said a break occurred on a 48-inch main that feeds the Brushy Creek Soccer Complex. That line also serves as a secondary source of water as needed.
Local residents will soon have the opportunity to get in the holiday spirit while taking a jog around Sugar Creek.
Sugar Creek Fun Runs will host its final Jingle Bell Jog on Saturday, Dec. 12, at Sugar Creek III Clubhouse, located at 119 Stone Crest Road in Greer.
The City of Greer is researching potential cost-cutting measures for recycling.
At a city council meeting last week, Administrator Ed Driggers informed council that the city will be looking for ways to offset costs of curbside recycling because the market is low for receiving recycled items and charges exist for picking up the items.
How do you say goodbye to a lifelong friend?
By throwing them a parade, of course.
That’s what the Greer Police Department and members of the Greer High marching band did for Lonnie “Gee” McGee last Friday, shortly before Greer’s second round playoff game.
Black Friday bargain hunters will need to save some cash for this Saturday, as many small businesses in Greer plan to offer some deals of their own.
Greer officials are encouraging customers to shop local during Small Business Saturday, which will feature sales at a number of area companies.
A water main break that left thousands without water in Blue Ridge last week may not be fully repaired for another month or two, officials say.
Blue Ridge Rural Water Company is still unsure of what it will cost to fix the break, which occurred at the Greer Commission of Public Works treatment plant at Lake Cunningham last Monday.
The smoking ban in Duncan continues, despite what some may think following a special called meeting with town council.
Last Tuesday, The Town of Duncan revisited ordinances that were passed since June 8. Because the town failed to publish agendas on its website, all action taken since then was negated. This includes a ban on smoking.
Nancy Welch will be autographing her new book, Alice’s List’ at Dobson Gifts and General Hardware, 1407 A West Wade Hampton Blvd., Monday, Nov. 30, 2-4 p.m.