Registered voters get ready to cast their ballots in the November 3 General Election.
By Norm CannadaFor The Greer Citizen The combination of the COVID-19 pandemic and legislation by the S.C. General Assembly earlier this month allowing all registered voters to cast ballots absentee has started a flurry of absentee ballot requests ahead of the Nov. 3 presidential election.
Cartwright Food Hall, which is under construction at 215 Trade Street, has added three new vendors for its projected spring opening.
Cartwright Food Hall has added three more vendors, as renovations continue at 215 Trade Street. White Wine & Butter, Flying Fox Coffee and Empanada Shack will join Origami Donut and Trade Street Taproom at the location. Papi’s Tacos has decided not to participate.
The Yellow Jackets were mashed by Greenville High, 34-17, in the opener at Sirrine Stadium. Greer will travel to Belton-Honea Path to take on the Bears this Friday.
By Leland BurchFor The Greer Citizen If it’s true that football teams make their greatest improvement between the first and second games, then Greer High should be miles better this Friday night.
The Tigers picked up a 48-18 road win against Carolina Academy, moving to 1-0 in region play.
Highly touted Blue Ridge signal caller Grayson Loftis showed why he’s at the top of many recruiting boards last Thursday, throwing for 228 yards and four touchdowns in a half against Carolina Academy. The Tigers picked up a 48-18 road win as a result, moving to 1-0 in region play.
North Greenville University officials honored the Neves family last Wednesday during a ribbon cutting celebrating the renovation of Neves Hall, originally approved for construction in 1944.
By Kaelyn CashmanStaff Writer North Greenville University dedicated its newly renovated Neves Hall last Wednesday. A ceremony honored the lead donors for the project, including Dan and Martha Boling of Greer.
Residents shop the silent auction at last year’s annual Big Thursday event.
The 41st edition of Big Thursday is bringing the Greer community together in a different way. The Nov. 5 event, sponsored by D&D Motors, is an annual fundraiser for Greer Community Ministries (GCM) and its programs, which include: Meals on Wheels, a food pantry, a clothing closet and a senior dining program.
Registered voters get ready to cast their ballots in the November 3 General Election.
Cartwright Food Hall, which is under construction at 215 Trade Street, has added three new vendors for its projected spring opening.
The Yellow Jackets were mashed by Greenville High, 34-17, in the opener at Sirrine Stadium. Greer will travel to Belton-Honea Path to take on the Bears this Friday.
The Tigers picked up a 48-18 road win against Carolina Academy, moving to 1-0 in region play.
North Greenville University officials honored the Neves family last Wednesday during a ribbon cutting celebrating the renovation of Neves Hall, originally approved for construction in 1944.
Residents shop the silent auction at last year’s annual Big Thursday event.
Eric Cummings

Riverside coach dies

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Riverside High School coach Eric Cummings died last Tuesday, according to a report from the Spartanburg County Coroner’s Office.

Cummings, a track and cross country coach, had been placed on administrative leave by the Greenville County School District on Sept. 3.

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The Yellow Jackets were mashed by Greenville High, 34-17, in the opener at Sirrine Stadium. Greer will travel to Belton-Honea Path to take on the Bears this Friday.

By Leland Burch
For The Greer Citizen

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Bobby L. Pruett

3/6/1927 - 9/17/2020
Columbia

Bobby L. Pruett, 93, passed away at 5:30 a.m. on Thursday, September 17, 2020.

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