Jackson Suber, 9, Greer’s most junior non-profit entrepreneur, has announced JB’s Arts and Crafts will be making Easter crafts Friday with proceeds benefitting Meals on Wheels.
Jackson will have his craft display at the Stomping Grounds at 208 Trade Street, rain or shine, from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Brent Faid has a deal for you.
Faid has opened, Scruffy’s, a retail store offering products at 30 percent less than name-brand goods with continuous moving stock and an auction house at 208 School Street. The warehouse totals 23,000 square feet with the warehouse having 15,000 square feet of space for products.
The Greer Station merchants are hosting a "Spring Into Cycling" event this Tuesday night from 5:30 to 7:30.
Get your bike ready for riding with safety tips & checks from Greer Station's newest business Benchmark BSC.
Join us in the Citizens Building and Loan parking lot from 5:30 - 7:30 pm on Tuesday, March 22 and spring into cycling!
There’s little better endorsement of a bicycle shop opening than the town’s mayor and chamber president/CEO riding their bikes to the grand opening.
That’s how Mayor Rick Danner and Chamber of Commerce President Mark Owens arrived at the Benchmark Bicycle Supply Co. ribbon cutting and grand opening Friday at 207 Randall Street.
The City of Greer is having a pleasant festival dilemma.
How do you fit the world into City Park? The third annual Greer Goes Global International Festival on April 9 is expanding with room to spare. The festival is 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Restaurants are participating in “Cops Night Out”, an initiative that provides the Greer Police Department’s officer of the month and his/her family dinner at a local restaurant.
Bill Bennett, during a ride along with a Greer officer, learned of the extra time police work cuts into family time when extra time is required to finish a case, attend court, training, side jobs and mandatory call-ins.
Gerald Davis loved fire trucks, preserving the city of Greer’s history, photographing people and nature. His dry sense of humor captivated those around him.
“I would call Gerald a renaissance man,” said Joada Hiatt. “He was dedicated to a lot of things.”
J. Richard Medlock, Jr. has been named President and Chief Executive Officer of Greer Bancshares, Inc. and its subsidiary Greer State Bank today in a short announcement.
Medlock will also serve as a member of the board of directors for both entities. He has been interim head of the bank since June 12 last year when the board of directors reportedly decided to launch a search.
South Carolina is ranked 6th in the nation for the rate of pedestrian fatalities.
New Mexico had the highest rate (3.55), while Minnesota had the lowest (0.27). Seven states had pedestrian fatality rates per 100,000 population greater than 2.0 – Arizona, Delaware, Florida, Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico and South Carolina.
The Spring Craft and Gift Fair is Saturday at Memorial United Methodist Church 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with proceeds benefiting Greer Relief.
The fundraiser will feature more than 50 vendors, and food trucks Nutn But Butts, BBQ and Cluck, Squeal, & Friends.
The Greer Commission of Public Works was accused of being a bully and has been put on notice by a local businessman that the Greer utility faces imminent danger for a personal injury lawsuit.
"I feel like we are getting bullied,” Brent Jones told commissioners Eugene Gibson, Jeff Howell and Perry Williams at Monday’s regularly scheduled public meeting. Jones owns the property he is leasing to Benchmark Bicycle Supply Co. at 207 Randall Street.