It’s trick-or-treat on Trade Street and its connecting downtown streets Tuesday.
The annual candy fest, which appears to be doubling each year, officially begins at 5 – 8 p.m.
Guardian Building Products of Greer has acquired Cornerstone Business Services, Inc. of Green Bay, Wisc.
Brad Kirkpatrick of Cornerstone Business Services, Inc. was the mergers and acquisitions advisor to Hawkeye.
You can see streetscapes and businesses in downtown Greer more clearly now at night.
The City of Greer and Greer Commission of Public Works partnered on the just completed Greer Gateway Lighting Project replacing existing street lights with LEDs. The city purchased the lights and CPW installed the new fixtures.
As the Greer Inland Port continues to set new rail moves records each month a decision is being made where expansion should occur and when.
Rail volume at the port increased 18.6 percent during the first quarter, with 26,216 moves handled since July, the South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) announced today.
The Greenville Chamber has announced its 2017 Board of Directors.
Brenda Thames, who will serve as the 2017 Board Chair, received approval at the Chamber’s monthly board meeting for the 2017 volunteer leadership line-up on Thursday.
A Travelers Rest brewery won a silver medal in the Bock beer category at the Great American Beer Festival held in Denver earlier this month.
Numbskull, brewed at the Swamp Rabbit Brewery & Taproom, won the silver medal from among 36 entries in the bock category.
International Mold Corporation, a Michigan-based aluminum design and build company, is establishing a new manufacturing operation in Greer. The project at 865 Victory Hill Road is expected to bring $6.2 million in new investment and create 60 new jobs.
IMC offers a comprehensive variety of services, including aluminum injection, reaction injection molding (RIM) and blow mold design and build services, as well as engineering, in-house tryouts, in-house low-volume production runs, prototype and low-volume production assembly, 3-D laser scanning, reverse engineering scanning, logistics.
The boil water advisory has been lifted in Taylors, the Greer Commission of Public Works announced Thursday.
Tuesday, Oct. 18
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Fatz Cafe parent Cafe Enterprises Inc. has named Jim Mazany, former president of Joe’s Crab Shack, its next president and CEO.
Mazany is a 30-year industry veteran who has also held senior leadership roles at TGI Fridays and Applebee’s. He takes over at the Taylors-based casual dining chain for Chris Thomas, who stepped down to “pursue other opportunities.”
Jason Clark was in a pensive mood when he talked about the meaning of being selected the Restaurateur of the Year by the Upstate Hospitality Association for his BIN112 restaurant in Greer.
It’s the second time in three years Clark’s BIN112 was recognized, virtually unheard of with all the quality dining available in the Upstate. It’s part of the South Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association (SCRLA) honoring the best in the state.
Travelers possessing Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones are reminded traveling with them through Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport and all U.S. airports are prohibited.
US Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said an emergency order banning the devices would take effect at noon Saturday. That order includes all domestic flights and international flights to or from the United States, according to the FAA.
If you are looking for a great place for a fashionable new hairstyle, Cuttin' Loose is the salon for you.
Cuttin’ Loose Hair Salon has been owned and operated by Connie Center for 24 years now. Cuttin’ Loose recently moved to its new location at 1243 Locust Hill Road in Greer. The hair salon offers a variety of services plus The Stitch Boutique, which has a great selection of boutique and personalized items.
Spartanburg Regional’s STACK Sports Performance Training has a new home in the Upward Star Center adjacent to the Spartanburg Regional Sports Medicine Institute (SMI).
“With sports medicine physicians on the same property at the Sports Medicine Institute, we are able to tap into that orthopaedic care,” said Matt Lyden, SRHS sports medicine manager. “One example is the Return to Play Program which allows for patients to leave SMI care and go right back into performance with a more seamless transition.”
Pelham Medical Center (PMC) was chosen as one of 100 companies and organizations named The Best Places to Work in Healthcare for 2016 by "Modern Healthcare".
PMC is a division of Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System. "Modern Healthcare" is a business publication that produces information targeting the healthcare industry with national and regional healthcare news.
In your opinion, what is the limit you can responsibly spend for a wedding if the people involved have debt?
Three crews with six workers and a supervisor from Greer Commission of Public Works are in the midlands helping crews there to restore power to thousands of homes.
Downed trees and power lines caused by Hurricane Matthew in the Orangeburg, Bamberg and Georgetown area left a good portion of the area without electricity. Thousands of residents in Orangeburg were reported without power late Saturday.
The Gibbs Cancer Center and Research Institute in Greer just became a lot more accessible to patients seeking clinical access and treatment for cancer care.
The Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District becoming the fixed base operator for commercial and general aviation under the Cerulean brand is another avenue for cancer patients having access to the cancer institute.
Greer is losing one of its most dynamic and successful CEO, and community leader after less than three years on the job.
Jeff Tuttle, General Manager for Greer Commission of Public Works, has resigned to accept the Chief Executive Officer for Heath Consultants Incorporated. Tuttle replaces Heath’s former CEO of 20 years, Graham Midgley, who is retiring at the end of November. That also reflects Tuttle’s last day, Nov. 30.
The Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District is taking over as the fixed base operator (FBO) at the GSP airport.
Cerulean Aviation begins on Jan. 1 when Stevens Aviation’s 10-year contract expires New Year’s eve.