Byrnes High’s Cierra Hill says she relies on her peers for support, but the reality is, they draw support and encouragement from her.
Tracey McGee was crowned Miss Clemson University in January. Pictured left to right are: Brook Sill (third runner-up), Hope Harvard (first runner-up), McGee, Alex Limberis (second runner-up) and Tiffany Sharpe (fourth runner-up).
Twenty-seven high achieving Girl Scouts, who demonstrated outstanding leadership by initiating and completing a sustainable service projects, were recognized with Gold Awards at Belk Auditorium at Presbyterian College recently.
The Gold Award is the highest award that a Girl Scout Senior or Ambassador in grades nine-12 may earn.
Greer High School student David Pineros breezed through the 50-meter dash, received his bronze medal, flexed his muscles and hugged his friends.
Greer Community Ministries is hosting an art show featuring the works of one of their Meals on Wheels diners. The colored-pencil drawings and water color paintings of Hal Endsley, 92, a WWII veteran, are on display through the end of May at the local non-profit’s facility.
Whether tackling environmental pollution or improving candy, all innovation begins with creative thinking.
Betabox Labs brought that lesson to Greer High technology and engineering students this week in the form of its interactive mobile prototype lab, Betabox Version 3.0.
Riverside Middle School students are learning the importance of stroke prevention, and last week, they shared their knowledge with medical professionals at the USC School of Medicine Greenville.
Flocks of music-lovers flooded Glynn “Zig” Ziegler’s campground over the weekend for the first of two Albino Skunk Music Festivals in 2016.
Visitors and performers alike discovered they have their own favorite reasons for attending event, which is held during the spring and fall.
Julie Chaleski had been teaching the book of Acts to her girls’ Bible class at Calvary Christian School when she began to feel that she needed to instill a lifelong yearning in her students to serve others.
A group of city employees heard about Fairview Baptist Church’s Hope Week and decided they wanted to be involved in assisting a man who needed a new wheelchair ramp.