When she’s not working in her garden, cooking for the grandchildren, or taking care of the lawn, Rita Cochran is running her very own Lunalake Candle Company.
Over the Christmas season, those involved with the STEP Program, a branch of Daily Bread Ministries Greer Soup Kitchen, received an unexpected Christmas present.
“It started with the Trolinger family,” said Eugenia Bentley, treasurer of the STEP Program.
A Greer native is being trained to become part of a team that is the most highly trained on the planet.
Seaman Apprentice Georgina Romero Menendez, of Greer, is a student at Naval Technical Training Center (NTTC) Meridian, where instructors teach sailors to be combat-ready warfighters.
The Greer community is home to many personalities with stories worth telling.
In 2023, The Greer Citizen shared the most memorable moments for our local residents.
The Greer Middle School (GMS) student council officers spent a large portion of last Friday completing a project they’ve been working on since summer: they were able to gift every single student at GMS their very own sweatshirt as a Christmas present.
The Greer Centennial Lions Club donated $13,000 between Greer Middle School and Crestview Elementary School yesterday, using profits from the recent plunge fundraiser.
The City of Greer has announced the winners of its annual Holiday Window Display Contest.
Lola’s Boutique and More was selected as Fan Favorite through Facebook votes.
Judges’ Choice winner was The Galleries of Brian Brigham.
The Twelve Days of Christmas is probably the most misunderstood part of the church year among Christians who are not part of liturgical church traditions.
“It started many, many moons ago.”
Karen Roughton, the Meals on Wheels Coordinator at Greer Community Ministries (GCM) said the GCM 12 Days of Christmas was orchestrated by a Greer business owner several decades ago.
Over Christmas break, students can quickly forget their studies from the prior semester. Skyland Elementary School fourth-grade teacher Marie Johnson explained how young students can continue learning between semesters, how parents can stimulate their child’s mind, and how something as simple as reading can change the game.