The Church at Greer Station will celebrate its one-year anniversary at its new home next Sunday, Sept. 6. A free lunch and birthday cake, catered by Laurenda's Catering, will follow the 10am service.
The church, founded by Trevor Hoffman and David Eill, held its first Sunday gathering at Greer Community Ministries on April 20, 2014. Five months later it moved to Grace Hall on Trade Street and held the first public service on Sept. 7.
Presidential Republican candidate Sen. Ted Cruz stopped in Mutt's for a late barbecue lunch before his townhall meeting at the Cannon Centre this evening.
Cruz was in town for a 6:30 p.m. appearance that is open to the public.
Mark Khoury likes Abbott’s Frozen Custard so much he bought a franchise and is bringing it to Greer.
Khoury is visiting family in Rochester, N.Y., this week, home of Abbott’s, and making a daily run, sometimes more than once, for the frozen treat he grew up eating.
The Vintage Market at the Park will be held for the fifth year on Oct. 17 in Greer City Park.
Wanda Garcia, event organizer, said the event will be 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and feature a vintage-themed photo booth, food trucks and live music, still to be announced.
The Greer Children's Theater wants to take you to Neverland.
The stage adaptation of Disney's Peter Pan begins Friday with free productions the next two weekends, Friday and Saturday, at the Cannon Centre at 7 p.m.
Life couldn't have been better for David Taylor.
Taylor and his wife, Laurie, owned New Day Physical Therapy at 300 North Main Street.