An estimated 3,500 people visited Greer City Park to view the Great American Eclipse Monday afternoon. Downtown Greer was darkened by a total solar eclipse, lasting nearly two minutes. The event was unlike any eclipse that has occurred in the last century.
Dr. Tony Holtzclaw, a Greer native and veterinarian, recently opened his new practice.
A Greer native began his own veterinary practice this summer.Dr. Tony Holtzclaw officially opened Valley Walk Animal Hospital on June 16 at 3075 Locust Hill Rd. in Taylors.“The community response has been nothing short of incredible,” Holtzclaw said.
The Hanson and Aho families work on building a tiny home while being filmed for the  television show, ‘Tiny House, Big Living.’
A local family has constructed a tiny home in a new community on Lake Cunningham. Melodie Hanson Aho and her mother, Mary Hanson, took the project on earlier this year, and it ended up being featured on Tiny House, Big Living last week. “I have all these texts from people, saying, I saw the show,” Melodie Aho said.
Bob Rayle, a native of Taylors, is working to bring the Model Trains Station to Taylors Mill. He hopes to be ready to open by Thanksgiving.
A Local resident has moved his model train business to the Taylors Mill. Bob Rayle, a native of Taylors, is hoping to open the Model Trains Station before Thanksgiving. “Our goal here is to display the trains, make enough money to keep the lights on and the rent paid and [see] what can we do for other people,” Rayle said.
It's a once-in-a-lifetime event, and it's happening right here in Greer. For a few moments Monday afternoon, activity at Greer City Park and many more Upstate locations will come to a halt as a total solar eclipse takes place.
Elias Jose Falero, owner and operator of La Calle: Caribbean Cuisine, will soon open a restaurant in downtown Greer.
A Puerto Rican family is bringing flavors of the Caribbean to downtown Greer. Elias Jose Falero, owner/operator of La Calle: Caribbean Cuisine, is hoping to open the restaurant in the former Growler Haus location in September.
Dr. Tony Holtzclaw, a Greer native and veterinarian, recently opened his new practice.
The Hanson and Aho families work on building a tiny home while being filmed for the  television show, ‘Tiny House, Big Living.’
Bob Rayle, a native of Taylors, is working to bring the Model Trains Station to Taylors Mill. He hopes to be ready to open by Thanksgiving.
Elias Jose Falero, owner and operator of La Calle: Caribbean Cuisine, will soon open a restaurant in downtown Greer.

Eclipse draws thousands

An estimated 3,500 people visited Greer City Park to view the Great American Eclipse Monday afternoon.

Downtown Greer was darkened by a total solar eclipse, lasting nearly two minutes. The event was unlike any eclipse that has occurred in the last century.

Greer TD Club delays start

The Greer Touchdown Club is suspending the start of its regular meetings this fall.

The club, which normally runs for about 11 weeks during the high school football season, has suffered complications from “unforeseen circumstances” in recent weeks. The club is planning to begin meetings on Sept. 7, and run through the end of October.

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The Yellow Jackets are capable of putting up a lot of points in a hurry.

That was one of the takeaways from Greer’s 42-14 blowout win over Westside last Friday night.

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Obituaries

Donald Cameron Pittman, 54, passed away August 12, 2017.

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