Greer poet Nan Lundeen wanted to capture a way of life, the way she grew up on a family farm in Iowa.
As summer winds down, so does the second Park Hop.
Jim and Carolyn Gilliam were looking for somewhere to eat on the way home from Spartanburg when they stopped at a converted peach shed.
Now, 25 years later, it’s still their restaurant.
For The Greer Citizen
By Sam Mazzotta
Two new exhibits will open July 11 and run through August 2, celebrating the return of Ed Brown’s Championship Rodeo at the Cherokee County History and Arts Museum.
About 35 years ago, two newly-minted doctors and their attending said they wanted to go into practice together across from the former Allen Bennett Hospital site.
As Spartanburg District Five teachers and students gear up for the next school year, several special education positions will be added.
Lanie Hudson, who served as Miss Greater Greer in 2013, was crowned Miss South Carolina in front of a crowd at Township Auditorium in Columbia on Saturday, June 28.
Gary Ward did not grow up wanting to be a mechanic, but that is where he ended up – and where he spent more than 50 years.