Hundreds of people wandered the streets in downtown Greer to partake in the 31st annual Pelham Medical Center (PMC) Greer Family Fest last weekend, including members of the headlining band Sister Hazel.
Celebrate. Remember. Fight Back. For Cindy Davis, Relay for Life is more than volunteering with an organization. It is a way to celebrate her mother and sisters, who are cancer survivors. Relay for Life is a way to remember her father, aunt, uncles and grandfather, who all lost their battles with cancer.
A trio of rising Country/Christian stars is bringing its Nashville sound to Taylors this Monday.
The Redroots, 24-year-old triplets Nika (lead singer, guitar), Nicole (banjo, guitar, percussion) and Natalie (Bass, piano, mandolin, violin) Taylor, will perform at Brushy Creek Baptist Church at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, May 4.
A group of fourth and fifth graders from Skyland Elementary School in Blue Ridge took matters into their own hands last weekend.
The Skyland chapter of the Upstate History Club flocked to Berry’s Mill Saturday, picking up trash and bring life back to a site that holds plenty of history.
These days, mystery author Susan Boyer is cranking out a different novel every year.
But it wasn’t always that way.
Dozens of family members and friends gathered at Fairview Baptist Church on Saturday afternoon to celebrate the life of a man who has impacted so many in Greer.
J.N. McFadden, known widely for his work as minister of music at Fairview Baptist and Lyman First Baptist, turned 90 last weekend, hosting a birthday party to commemorate.
The Albino Skunk Music Festival kicked off its 2015 season last week at the Skunk Farm in Blue Ridge.
The three-day festival featured dancing, food, a charity bike race and music from a variety bands.
The Albino Skunk Music Festival takes place the first week in October.
Soulful music, synchronized steps and undeniably recognizable tunes will soon take the spotlight in Greer with “The Sound: A Motown Tribute.”
You will have to see all sides to get the complete picture. Bob Jones University’s annual Living Gallery production, “Rivals on the Road,” challenges audiences to take another view of art — and of Christ — by presenting the story of Saul’s conversion.
Local leaders joined volunteers last Wednesday and Thursday at Greer Community Ministries (GCM) to help deliver Meals on Wheels routes, hoping to put the spotlight on hunger in Greer.