The Greer High virtual enterprise program is back from the national competition in New York, celebrating the year’s achievements and looking towards the future.
The District Five Schools of Spartanburg board continues to move forward with plans for the new Byrnes High School.
The Greer Prince and Princess pageant was held Saturday morning on the Ryan’s Steakhouse Dick Ploof Community Stage during the Greer Family Fest. Winners as follows:
North Greenville University and the Greenville Health System are coming together to help combat a growing healthcare provider shortage.
Todd Varholy is hoping to bring the first all-female team to the SkillsUSA state competition next year, as 13 more girls join the program, bringing the total to 19.
Todd Varholy wants people to know he wants to make the J. Harley Bonds Career Center the best welding training facility in South Carolina, “whatever it takes.”
Ashlan Village will give its residents and the surrounding community an opportunity to travel back to a simpler time with its first Farm Day celebration.
The Bridwell family will travel to Washington, D.C. in late May for the Scripps National Spelling Bee, where Kalika will compete.
Machine tool students at the J. Harley Bonds have one more tool in their arsenal to help prepare them for the real world.