The PTSA Reflections contest art awards are coming up and a trio of Greer High students will be recipients.
The Little Caesars Love Kitchen, a mobile pizza delivery bus, made its way back to Greer Monday afternoon, serving up more than 280 slices of locally made pizza to folks at the Greer Soup Kitchen (GSK).
The Love Kitchen made its first appearance at Daily Bread Ministries last May, and it was a hit.
Justin Ludley has some big shoes to fill, and he knows it.
The current Southside assistant principal will take over for Greer High Principal Marion Waters at the end of the school year. Waters is retiring after 45 years in education and more than 40 years in Greer area schools.
Ann and Jimmie Duncan are happy to be home.
The Duncans recently became the first residents to move into the newly constructed Thrive Assisted Living Facility, located on South Buncombe Road near Wade Hampton.
Do you know what kind of potato you are?
Rev. Paul White Jr. could probably tell you.
Along with some help from his family, the longtime minister recently released his new book, titled “The Tater Family,” which aims to teach biblical principals through eye-popping illustrations.
Greer High’s Virtual Enterprise class brought home some hardware after competing in the 2016 State Business Plan Competition and Southern Region Trade Show in Myrtle Beach on Feb. 7-8.
The group secured first place finishes in the business card, salesmanship and business plan competitions.
A Greer resident is sharing his stories with the world, and he hopes they will be relatable and entertaining.
“Lurieville and Other Stories,” a collection of short stories written by Stephen N. Corbin, was recently released and is currently available at Amazon.com.
For a few hours last Thursday, Woodland Elementary was under the direction of students.
The students, who are learning to become leaders using the Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, welcomed community members, families and faculty from other schools as part of an annual Leadership Day.
For more than 15 years, Ron and Gail Eanes had been providing and serving food for the Greer Soup Kitchen as a way of reaching a community in need. But in 2015, the Eanes decided that something needed to be done for those who were hungry and homeless in Wellford, Lyman, Duncan, Startex, and Jackson.
With renowned rock violinist Mark Wood, Spartanburg District Five students learned more than just how to play rock music on their stringed instruments.