Although Lauren Alexander is only 13 years old, she is hopes to turn her crafty hobby into something for every age to enjoy.
The Riverside High fine arts department is brining a Broadway classic to Greer this weekend, performing “Hello, Dolly!” on three consecutive nights beginning Thursday.
It was the first wedding ever at Greer Community Ministries (GCM).
Longtime companions Sheryl Morton, 68, and Lewis Dennis, 74, exchanged vows surrounded by friends and family last Wednesday afternoon, renewing a relationship that has existed since the 80s.
Sometimes, taking a swing at cancer means making a sacrifice.
More than 70 folks from the Greenville/Greer area have made that commitment, choosing to shave their heads in an effort to raise money for those dealing with childhood cancer.
A group of fifth and sixth grade students from Beech Springs Intermediate brought Disney’s “Mulan Jr.” to life on the big stage last week, conducting morning and evening performances at the Spartanburg District Five Fine Arts Center in Duncan.
Miss Greater Greer Anna Brown and Miss Greater Greer Teen Emma Kate Rhymer attended the Miss South Carolina Workshop Weekend in Columbia.
They also participated in an autograph signing and Judges Dinner.
Members of the Riverside High class of 1977 recently found a unique way to honor their friend and preserve their class history.
Men from as far away as Washington, D.C. and from as nearby as Greer High School descended upon Chandler Creek Elementary Friday to prove that “Real Men Read.”
The school hosted a daylong reading program, featuring members from the local fire department, Greer football team, local and state representatives and many others.
Hockey enthusiasts with disabilities recently tested their skills at the sport during a sled hockey clinic at The Pavilion in Taylors.
The clinic, put on by Greenville Health System’s (GHS) Roger C. Peace Rehabilitation Hospital, was the third one of its kind. The fourth and last clinic will be held March 3, also at The Pavilion.
Former Riverside High School teacher and coach Don Miller has written a book based on his 43-year career working with students and student athletes.
The book, titled “Winning Was Never the Only Thing,” began after he was telling stories at a high school reunion. Many of the stories in the book focus on Miller’s years at Riverside.