The Greer Fire Department presented the 2013 annual report during the March 25 Greer Council meeting.
A rainy Saturday was no match for the City of Greer’s first International Festival.
The event, which ran from 11 a.m. — 3 p.m. last weekend, saw hundreds of attendees come to Greer City Hall to support and represent more than 30 countries.
Amy Cofield’s background – education, law, business-owner – is what she said makes her a good fit for state superintendent.
Now, in business with her brother since 2002, Cofield practices law at Cofield Law Firm in Lexington. She wants to focus on teacher evaluations and retaining good teachers.
to hold book signing
Leland Burch will sign copies of his new book, “Greer, S.C. — the Center of the Universe,” during an open house at Dobson’s Gifts, 1407 W. Wade Hampton Blvd., Greer, on Thursday, April 3, from 6 – 8 p.m.
Since being born in the Reedy River nine years ago, he has become one of the most well known frogs in the Upstate.
Erica Downs was given a gift she will not soon forget. Last Friday morning, along with several volunteers, she raised the wall to her soon-to-be home in the Abigail Springs community in Taylors.
Since December, the Western Carolinas Region of the American Red Cross, with the assistance of 300 volunteers, has responded to about 275 disasters to assist more than 800 people. In conjunction with this statistic, Greer Mayor Rick Danner proclaimed March to be American Red Cross month.
Village Hospital was recently renamed the Pelham Medical Center, and in honor of the change, a ribbon cutting was held on Monday with speakers Tony Kouskolekas, Pelham Medical Center president, Greer Mayor Rick Danner and Mark Aycock, Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System’s chief operating officer.
Lyman Town Council unanimously approved a resolution to spend an additional $57,800 from the general fund reserve to replace the Lyman Event Center Pacific Place’s roof.
Road to recovery