Amy Kinard, a patient at Prisma Health, was able to “see” her husband Tony for the first time in a week last Friday, thanks to an innovative initiative to help equip patients with iPads so they can keep in touch with families and loved ones despite current visitation restrictions.
A Greer business owner made life a little easier for her neighbors on Easter, handing out 10 discounted heavenly hams to celebrate the holiday.
Dr. Karen Thomas, who owns Greer Chiropractic alongside her husband on Poinsett Street, said she wanted to do something to encourage others.
Life has changed a little for Laura Young.
Due with her second child in two months, Young has been doing her best to keep her middle-school aged son busy during the COVID-19 quarantine.
“It has been fun trying to keep him busy,” she said. “He has energy for days.”
A new website provides a platform for grieving families and friends to pay tribute to loved ones who have fallen victim to the coronavirus (COVID-19).
MourningAmerica.org officially launched this month and is now free for users to post obituaries, photos and remembrances.
Armed with power tools and paint brushes, Miss Greer High School 2020 Ella Kate Brannon is building blessings one box at a time.
Do you find yourself suddenly involved in countless Zoom/FaceTime calls during the COVID-19 quarantine?
Layne Austin, owner of Image East Video in Greer, has some advice.
A local business has been making rose deliveries in hopes of spreading positivity during the current worldwide pandemic.
Sharron Trawick, manager at Carlstedt’s, said they are calling local nursing homes, rehabs and others to see about making deliveries of rainbow, pink and purple metallic roses.
The Greer Centennial Lions Club won’t be able to hold its annual bass fishing tournament, but that hasn’t stopped them from donating funds to local nonprofits.
The Lions Club gave a total of $9,000 ($3,000 each) to three local nonprofits: Greer Relief, Greer Community Ministries and Greer Soup Kitchen.
For the Angel Heart of Hope Ministry, moving its first fundraising gala online instead of in-person presented opportunity in the midst of trial.
Earlier this month, North Greenville University’s Baptist Collegiate Ministries (BCM) partnered with Samaritan’s Purse Disaster Relief program to assist families in Lumberton, North Carolina recovering from the devastation brought by Hurricane Dorian.