City of Greer officials and local residents got a sneak peek of the city's future during a tour of Lowes Foods in Mooresville, NC, on Tuesday morning.
City officials and local residents took a shuttle to Mooresville, North Carolina Tuesday morning to catch a glimpse of Greer’s future
Blue Ridge scrimmaged Clinton recently, but will kickoff the regular season this Friday at Belton-Honea Path.
Five area teams will be in action Friday night, as regular season high school football gets underway in Week 0. Blue Ridge will be on the road taking on one of its toughest opponents on the schedule. Head coach Shane Clark said Belton-Honea Path looks very strong on film for a team that went 8-3 last season.
With new faces at the skill positions, the Yellow Jackets will host Westside at Dooley Field n the team's home opener. This will be Greer's first year in Class AAAA.
Like teaching a toddler to swim by throwing him into the deep waters, Greer dives headlong into the 2016 football season against Class AAAAA power Westside at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Dooley Field.
The Blue Ridge High Corps of Cadets has been working on its new production and is hoping for a run at the state championship this fall. The group is led by 16 seniors and Band Director Eric Wells.
The Blue Ridge High Corps of Cadets is used to success. They have eight state titles to prove it. But with a new marching band director making his debut last season, there were a lot of question marks in 2015.
The Taylors community is looking to paint a clearer picture for its future. With the recent completion of a Community Plan, nonprofit Taylors TownSquare will submit ideas gathered from local residents to the county on Aug. 15. If accepted, the Taylors Community Plan will be adopted into Greenville County’s Comprehensive Plan.
Downtown Greer will soon be home to a new Mediterranean restaurant, located at 107 S. Main St.
Leslie Naschi and her husband are bringing their signature Mediterranean taste to downtown Greer. The Olive Grill, opening soon, will be located at the former Mimi’s Steak House of Japan property at 107 S. Main St., Greer. The Naschis plan to serve a blend of Mediterranean and American food prepared in house.
City of Greer officials and local residents got a sneak peek of the city's future during a tour of Lowes Foods in Mooresville, NC, on Tuesday morning.
Blue Ridge scrimmaged Clinton recently, but will kickoff the regular season this Friday at Belton-Honea Path.
With new faces at the skill positions, the Yellow Jackets will host Westside at Dooley Field n the team's home opener. This will be Greer's first year in Class AAAA.
The Blue Ridge High Corps of Cadets has been working on its new production and is hoping for a run at the state championship this fall. The group is led by 16 seniors and Band Director Eric Wells.
Downtown Greer will soon be home to a new Mediterranean restaurant, located at 107 S. Main St.

Brose plans to expand

Brose North America, Inc. is bringing 60 new jobs to Duncan with its $6 million expansion planned for 2017.

Known for its integration of mechanics, electrics and electronics, Brose North America will move into a 77,000-square-foot facility, which is expected to be fully operational by third quarter of next year.

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Blue Ridge scrimmaged Clinton recently, but will kickoff the regular season this Friday at Belton-Honea Path.

Five area teams will be in action Friday night, as regular season high school football gets underway in Week 0.

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Obituaries

Louise Hannah Leonard Wilkes, 92, widow of B.C. Wilkes, died August 12, 2016.

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