Greer Middle College hopes to soon build a two-story, 46,000-square-foot building behind Greenville Tech.
Greer Middle College is making headway in its plans for a more permanent campus.
Members of the Spartanburg District Five school board toured the construction site at Byrnes High monday night, getting a first look at the new 100,000-square-foot facility.
A new, 100,000-square-foot addition to Byrnes High School should be operational by December, according to Spartanburg School District Five officials. The school board toured the facility, which has been under construction for more than a year, on Monday night.
Byrnes came up just short of its second state championship in three years last week, falling to Stratford in three games. The rebels will return all but four players next season.
The Byrnes softball team dropped back-to-back games last week, falling to Stratford in the Class AAAA state championship. Stratford is only the second team Byrnes has lost to this season, as the Rebels close the year with a record of 30-4.
Blue Ridge Tigers
Back on the gridiron: High school football is back and local teams have begun spring practice in preparation for the 2016 season. Greer, Eastside and Riverside were in full pads last week, taking advantage of the South Carolina High School League allowed practice time. The Yellow Jackets host their annual spring game on Friday night at 6 p.m.
Bella Wesley gives Gub a hug.
A classroom of exceptional third graders at Abner Creek Academy has the distinction of completing the most math lessons in the nation using an adaptive software program called Dreambox Learning. Even more importantly, every student now is working above grade level.
The Flatwood community was home to farmers and mill workers, who made a name for themselves on the baseball diamond.
Before Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport was the place that Upstate residents could call home for flights across the country, it was home for a community of farmers and mill workers, who also enjoyed a little baseball when the day’s work was complete.
Greer Middle College hopes to soon build a two-story, 46,000-square-foot building behind Greenville Tech.
Members of the Spartanburg District Five school board toured the construction site at Byrnes High monday night, getting a first look at the new 100,000-square-foot facility.
Byrnes came up just short of its second state championship in three years last week, falling to Stratford in three games. The rebels will return all but four players next season.
Blue Ridge Tigers
Bella Wesley gives Gub a hug.
The Flatwood community was home to farmers and mill workers, who made a name for themselves on the baseball diamond.

Michelin seeks tax break

A Michelin North America distribution center could soon be on its way to Spartanburg County, and would employ 350 workers, according to county documentation.

Spartanburg County Council approved (on second reading) a property tax break for the Greenville-based tire company at a meeting last Monday.

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Byrnes came up just short of its second state championship in three years last week, falling to Stratford in three games. The rebels will return all but four players next season.

The Byrnes softball team dropped back-to-back games last week, falling to Stratford in the Class AAAA state championship.

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Obituaries

Fay F. Jones

Fay Fowler Jones (Nanny), 94, widow of Malcolm Roland Jones, died May 19, 2016 at Greer Memorial.

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