A representative from Pelham Medical Center performs a free blood pressure check on a festival goer during the 2014 Pelham Medical Center Greer Family Fest.
As the title sponsor for the 31st annual Greer Family Fest, Pelham Medical Center does not take its role lightly. The hospital will have more than 128 staff members manning the largest tent during the two-day festival, offering health care screenings, community education, and kids’ activities--and possibly saving lives in the process.
Dr. Benjamin Carson, a potential candidate for president, gave the keynote address at the Taylors Free Medical Clinic banquet last Thursday.
The Taylors Free Medical Clinic celebrated a decade of service last week, and a potential presidential candidate was on hand to commemorate the occasion.
The first bit of dirt was moved on the site of the new Blue Ridge Christian Learning Center Sunday afternoon, which will aim to serve local students. The initiative is a ministry of the Greer Christian Learning Center.
The Greer Christian Learning Center (CLC) broke ground across the street from Blue Ridge Middle School on Sunday, hoping to soon provide a central location for students who participate in the Release Time Program.
On to Upper State: The Riverside boys lacrosse team competed in the Upper State championship game Tuesday at Fort Mill (results were not available at press time). The winner advances to the final Saturday at Chapin High School.
Bralion Hyatt attempts a shot during the GSP International Airport Greer Family Fest golf tournament.
The rain held off long enough for area golf and fishing enthusiasts to show their skills at the GSP International Airport Greer Family Fest Golf Tournament and CPW Bass Fishing Tournament last weekend. Duke Energy claimed top honors on the links at Greer Country Club, placing first in the golf tournament.
The Skyland Elementary chapter of the Upstate History Club got together to help clean up Berry’s Mill last Saturday morning. The group, totaling nearly 25, picked up trash and brush from the area.
A group of fourth and fifth graders from Skyland Elementary School in Blue Ridge took matters into their own hands last weekend. The Skyland chapter of the Upstate History Club flocked to Berry’s Mill Saturday, picking up trash and bring life back to a site that holds plenty of history.
A representative from Pelham Medical Center performs a free blood pressure check on a festival goer during the 2014 Pelham Medical Center Greer Family Fest.
Dr. Benjamin Carson, a potential candidate for president, gave the keynote address at the Taylors Free Medical Clinic banquet last Thursday.
The first bit of dirt was moved on the site of the new Blue Ridge Christian Learning Center Sunday afternoon, which will aim to serve local students. The initiative is a ministry of the Greer Christian Learning Center.
Bralion Hyatt attempts a shot during the GSP International Airport Greer Family Fest golf tournament.
The Skyland Elementary chapter of the Upstate History Club got together to help clean up Berry’s Mill last Saturday morning. The group, totaling nearly 25, picked up trash and brush from the area.

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On to Upper State: The Riverside boys lacrosse team competed in the Upper State championship game Tuesday at Fort Mill (results were not available at press time).

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Elizabeth Jordan Miller

Elizabeth Jordan Miller

Elizabeth Jordan Miller (94) of Greer, died April 15, 2015, at The Cottages at Brushy Creek.

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