A recent fire at Tab’s Flea Market, located at 13450 E. Wade Hampton Blvd., Greer, is still under investigation.
Several area fire departments responded to a fully involved blaze on Feb. 13 at Tab’s Flea Market, located at 13450 E. Wade Hampton Blvd., but the cause is still under investigation following conflicting witness statements.
A quick snow was enough to close schools for area students on Tuesday, but more could be on the way this week.
Another round of snow is on its way to Greer, according to the National Weather Service. Upstate residents could see as much as four and a half inches of the white stuff by Thursday morning, causing “hazardous driving conditions” and possible school closings.
A group of Spartanburg District Five eighth graders participate in the first Rising Rebels signing day, designed to put the focus back on academics.
Byrnes coach Brian Lane believes success on the football field should start with a vision in the classroom. That’s why he organized the school’s first “Rising Rebels” signing day for a group of District Five eighth graders on Monday. Lane said he wanted to give his future players a strong foundation for success.
Despite a round one victory over Chester, Kennedy Taylor and the No. 2 Eagles were unable to advance past Belton-Honea Path, falling 41-38.
A season that saw plenty of success ended in heartbreak for the Eastside girls basketball team, who fell in the second round of postseason play to Belton-Honea Path, 41-38. Head coach Cindy DeHart said her team had a few opportunities to tie the game late but could not take advantage.
Classmates say Trace Morris was a ‘great guy with a larger than life personality.’
Members of the Riverside High class of 1977 recently found a unique way to honor their friend and preserve their class history.
Congressman Trey Gowdy joins in the fun during the ‘Real Men Read’ event at Chandler Creek.
Men from as far away as Washington, D.C. and from as nearby as Greer High School descended upon Chandler Creek Elementary Friday to prove that “Real Men Read.” The school hosted a daylong reading program, featuring members from the local fire department, Greer football team, local and state representatives and many others.
A recent fire at Tab’s Flea Market, located at 13450 E. Wade Hampton Blvd., Greer, is still under investigation.
A quick snow was enough to close schools for area students on Tuesday, but more could be on the way this week.
A group of Spartanburg District Five eighth graders participate in the first Rising Rebels signing day, designed to put the focus back on academics.
Despite a round one victory over Chester, Kennedy Taylor and the No. 2 Eagles were unable to advance past Belton-Honea Path, falling 41-38.
Classmates say Trace Morris was a ‘great guy with a larger than life personality.’
Congressman Trey Gowdy joins in the fun during the ‘Real Men Read’ event at Chandler Creek.

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A group of Spartanburg District Five eighth graders participate in the first Rising Rebels signing day, designed to put the focus back on academics.

Byrnes coach Brian Lane believes success on the football field should start with a vision in the classroom.

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Richard “Dick” Lewis Poole, 81, of 6 Glencreek Drive, died Jan. 25, 2015 at his home.

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