The semi-annual outdoor Vintage Market was held at Greer City Park on Saturday.
Local students are raising money for their school as construction continues to take place at Greer Middle College Charter High School.
In an effort to fundraise for the project, Greer Middle College students will be holding their annual spirit week from Oct. 21-28.
Since 2011, Nancy Welch has been in the fight of her life. Battling cancer, chemotherapy and radiation, Welch has learned to take life as it comes.
“It’s an ongoing journey, but it’s just a bend in the road,” she said.
Before retiring from their Spartanburg County apple farm, Don and Katherine Nivens were hoping to talk Christy Johnson into taking over.
Johnson, whose family had farmland of its own in Inman, saw a different opportunity.
A local author is holding a book launch for her new work “The Truthful Story,” made available at the beginning of October.
The event will be held from 7-9 p.m. on Thursday, by M. Judson Booksellers Storytellers, located at 130 South Main Street.
Dr. Victor Campbell will never forget his wife Gail.
They first met at a sock hop, a dance for young teenagers at which they could dance in stocking feet.
A local author is highlighting grandparents in her new children’s book.
Marie Serio, a Taylors author of five books, released her most recent work, “Homemade Pizza at Grandma’s,” earlier in September.
“It’s based on when my little granddaughter came to visit me,” Serio said. “I was showing her how to make the dough.
Free kayak and canoe trips on Lake Robinson were provided by Sunrift Adventures during the Day of Celebration on Sunday. The event highlighted the lake as a critical environmental, recreational and economic resource for Greer and the larger Upstate community.
Randy Salyer, manager of the Swift Transportation terminal in Greer, started in 1989 as a driver.
After several years, he became a driver leader at the Greer terminal, which participated in a nationwide celebration of truck drivers earlier this month.
A local school is fighting alongside children who have cancer.
“We’re a very strong community,” said Jennifer Gibson, principal of Mountain View Elementary School. “What I like to see is just the kids and how they really care. This is important to them.”