One dedicated teacher, several involved students and a community of faithful supporters are spending their summer knee-deep in jeans, shoes, handbags and hangers in order to make a difference in their school.
When French students Alexandre, Justine and Coralie first came to the United States at the beginning of June, they had no idea what to expect from their American host families.
But after almost a month of living the average southern American life, their views of America have changed dramatically.
It takes a certain amount of skill to turn an ordinary rock into a painted piece of art, but that’s what members of the Greenville County Rocks Facebook group are hoping to do as they spread their work across the Upstate.
Returning to civilian life is no easy task for many veterans who have spent years serving in the United States military.
Young festival-goers enjoyed a dance during the City of Greer’s annual Freedom Blast event last Saturday.
Ben and Ashley Remick have always dreamed of having a big family.
The Duncan couple exchanged vows in 2008 and shortly thereafter began to explore the possibility of children.
Rain threatened to disrupt the second annual Nathan Moore Scholarship Golf Tournament last Saturday at Greer Country Club, but participants wouldn’t let weather put a damper on the event.
“Everyone was in such amazing spirits,” said Heidi Mangum, Nathan’s aunt.
The Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce is receiving recognition for its GreerMade initiative, which launched a “Learn the Trade” video this past year.
The Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE) presented the Greer Chamber with the Grand Award in the Digital category at its recent communications program.
Stäubli Group, based in Duncan since 1987, is the world’s first robotics company, according to a recent release.
The Swiss company, which is celebrating its 125 years in business in 2017, has evolved from a mechanical workshop to an international mechatronics group at its 100,000 square-foot headquarters in Duncan.
The Greer Farmers Market held a Pig Pickin’ for local residents last Thursday at The Depot in downtown Greer. The market is held each Thursday from 4-7 p.m.