The City of Greer’s Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Department is offering free pickleball clinics for the second year in a row.
Last week, South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster signed a bill which requires the advisory council for the Department on Aging’s Alzheimer’s Resource Coordination Center to maintain and update a comprehensive statewide plan to address Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.
Yesterday afternoon, the Taylors Fire and Sewer District held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new fire station.
The ceremony took place at 463 W. Main St. in Taylors, where the new fire department will be built.
Bon Secours St. Francis Health System recently announced a $50,000 mission grant for Rebuild Upstate, a non-profit organization that helps repair the homes of low-income communities and preserves affordable housing in the community.
The City of Greer is offering the public an opportunity to speak at a series of drop-in public hearings in reference to the city’s adoption of a new Zoning Map and Unified Development Ordinance (UDO).
A downtown Greer hotspot is closing after eight years in business on Cannon St. After its final show on Friday, Oct. 6, The Spinning Jenny music venue is shutting its doors.
The new Commission of Public Works (CPW) PayGo billing service began on August 31, when CPW experienced the first of three mergers to convert approximately 10,000 customers from the old billing system to the new one.
Aaron P. Bohmer, of Spartanburg, was arrested on August 30 by Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) and charged with several child sex crimes. According to SCSO deputies, Bohmer turned himself in on the night of August 30 and was taken into custody.
Last week, the Cancer Society of Greenville County rebranded to become the Neighborhood Cancer Connection. In addition to the new brand name, the non-profit organization recently broke ground on a $4.5 million construction project on Mills Avenue in Greenville.