Sam Brown has turned something negative into something positive.
With a new Greer Commission of Public Works (CPW) general manager named, the commissioners have started getting him involved.
On Monday, the commissioners unanimously named Jeff Tuttle to the Piedmont Municipal Power Association.
Running Greer community Ministries is no cheap expense.
The food costs more than $100,000 annually. The Meals on Wheels milk alone costs almost $2,000 each month.
Another $80,000-$100,000 in food donations comes from churches, individuals and the like.
Road to recovery
Greer Children’s Theatre held its opening night performance of the Disney musical, “Tarzan” Friday at the Cannon Centre in Greer, the first of several performances throughout the week.
In an effort to establish zoning that reflects the characteristics of the town and to establish consistency for future growth, Wellford Council passed the final reading for an amendment to the zoning ordinance for doublewide mobile homes and the wrecker services.
The South Carolina House of Representatives returned from its scheduled furlough (and winter storm) this week to a massive influx of great economic news.
Dewey Williams has been whittling since he was nine years old.
More than 80 years later, his passion is giving business owners in the Greer area something they won’t soon forget.
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 and surrounding communities.
During the Greer Planning Commission’s public hearing held Monday night, Snow Road residents voiced opposition toward a potential subdivision, located off Highway 101.
Despite division, the project received approval from the Planning Commission on a 3-2 vote.