A county development on Ansel School Road in Greer could be annexed into the city as early as Tuesday, following a Planning Commission decision.
Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System will acquire Mary Black Health System, following a recent agreement.
The transaction between Spartanburg Regional and Community Health Systems is expected to close by the end of the fourth quarter of 2018 and is subject to customary regulatory approvals and closing conditions.
Voter registration in South Carolina closes today, three weeks before the 2018 General Election on Nov. 6.
Turnout could be higher in Greenville and Spartanburg Counties this year, based on an increase in absentee voting.
A 348-unit development located on Highway 14 and Gibbs Shoals Road received final approval from the Greer Planning Commission Monday night.
The mixed-use development called Sudduth Farms sits on a total of 81.02 acres and will add 153 single family lots and 195 town homes.
Greer historian Joada Hiatt is inviting local residents to go on a Ghost Walk this Halloween.
During an eerie journey through Greer Station’s historic district, walkers will hear stories and legend of the unusual and supernatural, combined with educational and historical facts about the city.
The Artisan Makers Market joined the Greer Farmers Market on Saturday, as 35 craft vendors displayed merchandise at Greer City Park
Golf Tournament winners announced
The Greer Police Department recently announced the winners of the Greer Cops for Tots Golf Tournament.
First place went to the Robert Lynn team; second place went to the Spink Team, and third place went to the Duncan PD Team.
Closest to the Pin was Kevin Byrd.
A number of City of Greer employees were recognized for reaching milestones last week.
Mayor Rick Danner and City Administrator Ed Driggers expressed appreciation for the years of service during last week’s Greer Council meeting.
Kevin Holtzclaw has served in the Fire Department for 25 years.
Greenville Health System (GHS) and Palmetto Health will get a new name in 2019.
The SC Health Company affiliates will become Prisma Health at the start of next year, while local campuses and hospitals retain their core name identities, such as Greenville Memorial.
A playground of fifth grade superheroes describe her as funny, friendly, and caring. Her larger than life portrait has a designated place on the wall. And bright, hand-painted stones make a path to her favorite tree.