Meals on Wheels of Greenville is working to provide meals and healthy snacks for Meyer Center students.
A local family has constructed a tiny home in a new community on Lake Cunningham.
Melodie Hanson Aho and her mother, Mary Hanson, took the project on earlier this year, and it ended up being featured on Tiny House, Big Living last week.
“I have all these texts from people, saying, I saw the show,” Melodie Aho said.
A Local resident has moved his model train business to the Taylors Mill.
Bob Rayle, a native of Taylors, is hoping to open the Model Trains Station before Thanksgiving.
“Our goal here is to display the trains, make enough money to keep the lights on and the rent paid and [see] what can we do for other people,” Rayle said.
One of Greer’s old feed and seed stores has taken on new life.
Longtime resident Will Freeman, along with Bill Humcke and Bob Walch, opened Pelican’s SnoBalls last week, offering a tasty selection of Louisiana-style shaved ice to local patrons.
A new church will open its doors in Blue Ridge this Sunday.
The Church at Blue Ridge (TCBR), led by Pastors Robert McKinney and Ted Richard, has been in the works for more than three years and is set to officially launch on Aug. 20.
Twelve area bands will rock downtown Greer during the Future Chord Fest indie music festival on Saturday.
The event, held at The Spinning Jenny, will begin at 1 p.m. with music starting at 2 p.m. and wrap at 1 a.m. Sunday.
Dan Leach grew up sharing stories with his parents and his three siblings.
Born and raised in Greer, Leach returned to Taylors last year after several moves. Now he is looking forward to his first book hitting the shelves on Sept. 12.
Daniel McGaha visited his first Cook Out restaurant 10 years ago, and it wasn't the kind of experience that would keep an average customer coming back.
"I was in High Point, North Carolina in 2007. I went to see a friend of mine, and he took me there for the first time,” he said.
If you see William Armonaitis, you’ll probably also spot a camera nearby.
Armonaitis has captured thousands of photos of Greer and surrounding areas during his lifetime, and he added to his Greer collection just last week.
A local painter is telling the stories of Greer through her artwork.
Last year, Brigitte Ann Martinelli of Duncan took a space at The Shoppes on Trade to sell her paintings, some of which depict businesses in downtown Greer.