The Greer Parks and Recreation Department has submitted a proposal to the city’s Partnership for Tomorrow to request funds to conduct a study for a pedestrian and bike pathway.
Good food and live auctions came together last Friday night for Greer Relief’s annual gala, raising thousands for needy residents in the community.
The event, held on the third Saturday of March each year, drew a good crowd.
Road to recovery
The American Cancer Society needs volunteer drivers to transport patients to local treatment centers.
For more information on becoming a Road to Recovery volunteer, contact the local office at 627-8289.
Every year, men, women and children across the Greenville area come together to raise money for childhood cancers.
And then they shave their heads.
The South Carolina superintendent of education race is very personal for Montrio Belton.
Belton grew up in South Carolina public schools, has worked in South Carolina schools as a principal and his two children attend South Carolina public schools.
David, Harris graduate basic training
U.S. Air Force Airman Patrick W. David and Air Force Reserve Airman 1st Class Arthur W. Harris III graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
The City of Greer released its annual report last week, highlighting the city’s accomplishments over the past fiscal year and providing the city’s annual department reports.
A disturbance call on March 4 in Duncan resulted in the death of 24-year-old Rebecca Lynn Oliver, of Campobello.
The call came in at 10:19 a.m. for a disturbance behind Value Place, near the Interstate 85 and Highway 290 corridor.
Duncan Town Council members passed the first reading of an amended business license ordinance that will require owners of rental properties to obtain business licenses, register their contact information with the city and pay fees based on the number of rental units.
Three local students were among eight Greenville County seniors recognized as DAR (National Daughters of The American Revolution) Good Citizens by the Nathanael Greene Chapter last week.
Those receiving the honor were Riverside’s Ellen Kathleen Burkhalter, Blue Ridge’s Alyson Nichole Craig and Eastside’s Michael Fernandez.