The Sertoma Club is a service organization with the motto “Service to Mankind.” Its primary mission is to improve the quality of life for those affected by hearing loss. The Greer Sertoma Club is very active in sending children to Camp Sertoma in Clemson every year.
Taylors resident and former math teacher Terri Cash is in the process of building an octagon house.
“We’ve been calling it the octahouse,” her friend, Kerry Davis said, noting how unique the project was.
“It’s just amazing it went up as fast as it did,” Cash said. “The structure is unique…odd shapes inside.”
The City of Greer has forever been tied to the railroad.
From its early depot that served as a stop on a line from Charlotte to Atlanta to Inland Port Greer that is today served by the Norfolk Southern Railway, the city wears the tracks that traverse it like well-earned wrinkles.
The Blue Ridge High Corps of Cadets is used to success. They have eight state titles to prove it.
But with a new marching band director making his debut last season, there were a lot of question marks in 2015.
The City of Greer is being recognized for its listening skills.
The Greer High marching band is hoping to keep crowds entertained with a mix of classical tunes and popular hits this fall, as “Heaven’s Journey: The Pursuit of Happiness” takes center stage.
In his novels, Durham takes readers back to the WWII generation.
Kelly Durham, who was raised in Clemson and has close ties to Greer, released his fifth novel, The Movie Star and Me, on Aug. 9.
In his new historical fiction novel, Durham captures Old Hollywood.
Brushy Creek Elementary and Buena Vista Elementary are two of 10 Greenville County schools to receive Chromebooks this year.
“It’s a great time at Brushy Creek,” said Charles Davis, principal of Brushy Creek Elementary, “and we’re very excited.”
It may still be new to Greer, but the sport of Pickleball has been around since the 1960s.
The city’s parks and recreation department introduced Pickleball, a combination of tennis, badminton and ping-pong, last May, and Athletics Supervisor Justin Miller said interest has been growing.
When you run for president, there’s a lot of walking involved.
That has been the case for Peter Skewes, an Upstate resident and presidential candidate, who is currently walking from Clemson to Charleston.