Volunteers completed the Greer Centennial Lions Club Plunge challenge by jumping in a chilly pool of water last Tuesday during the Greer Farmers Market at Greer City Park.
The Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District has named Deven Judd as its new Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer.
The BMW Group continues the roll-out of its electromobility plan.
The newest $1.7 billion investment will include $1 billion to prepare for the production of electric vehicles at the company’s existing Spartanburg manufacturing facility and $700 million to build a new high-voltage battery assembly facility in nearby Woodruff.
Greer city officials expect the growth south of I-85 to continue.
During last week’s regular council meeting, City Administrator Andy Merriman presented three maps—the 2017 Master Plan, the Future Land Use Map, and a map showing properties south of I-85 that are more than 10 acres.
The Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District is celebrating the 60th anniversary of the airport’s opening with events throughout the week. The airport opened to the public on October 15, 1962.
Blue Ridge is home to the latest branch of the Greenville County Library System.
Earlier this summer, the Board of Trustees approved a request to procure architectural services for the design of the branch.
The Forrester Center for Behavioral Health in Spartanburg has opened a walk-in clinic in Greer for those who struggle with opioid addictions.
The clinic, called the MAT (medicated-assisted treatment), is inside Greer Soup Kitchen on Poinsett Street and is open every Tuesday from 1-6 p.m.
The Town of Duncan could be getting a Whataburger fast food restaurant at 1537 E. Main Street.
Duncan Town Council approved the first reading of annexation ordinance No. AN-2022-10 during last Tuesday’s regular meeting.
Perry and Erin Williams, owners of the James House Inn, voiced concerns regarding the rezoning of a parcel on James Avenue from residential to office district during last Tuesday’s Greer City Council meeting.
Litter pick up
set for Oct. 20
A Litter Pick Up event on October 20 is helping to bring awareness to the importance of clean water.
That day is being recognized by the national Value of Water campaign with a local twist by the Greer Commission of Public Works (CPW).