Greer to open new
pickle ball courts
The City of Greer is opening its new outdoor pickle ball courts for community play on Thursday, May 12, from 5-8 p.m., at the Tryon Recreation Center. The dedication will include free play, food and drink as well as live music by Wes Hightower from 7-8 p.m.
Greer to open new
CrossFit Greer hosted Amazing Grace: A Fundraiser for Gracie Smith on Saturday. Smith, 14, was diagnosed with Alveolar Rhabdomyosarcoma.
An Armed Forces Day Celebration is set to take place in Greer next weekend.
The Century BMW Armed Forces Day Celebration will begin at 5 p.m. on May 20 at Greer City Park.
Tickets are now on sale for The Greer Childrens Theatre musical, “How I Became a Pirate,” which is based on the best-selling children’s book by Melinda Long.
Shows will run from May 13-15 at the Edward R. Driggers City of Greer Center for the Arts.
About every 40 seconds, someone in America has a stroke – a leading cause of death and disability.
So, Bon Secours is observing Stroke Awareness Month to bring attention to the signs and symptoms of stroke, information that can save a life when recognized early.
Farm Show at Lindsey Plantation
Saturday, April 30
A McAlister’s Deli could be coming to Wade Hampton Boulevard.
Greer’s Board of Zoning Appeals was set to discuss the project at a meeting on Monday night. However, the meeting had to be postponed because a quorum was not present.
The board will discuss a request from the developer at a future meeting.
Two suspects have been charged in connection with the 2015 shooting death of Alfonzo Pyles.
Greer Relief will soon be setting up operations on Berry Avenue, following a City of Greer purchase earlier this year.
The city purchased 111 and 113 Berry Avenue, adjacent to Quality Foods, back in February. The site is planned to be the new location for the nonprofit, as well as home to Greer’s Engineering Department.
A developer is hoping to add 221 single-family detached units near the Riverdale subdivision, as well as 53 lots off Gap Creek Road.