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.
Bon Secours St. Francis Health System is entering the Greer health care market with an ambulatory care center that will anchor a new development on a 70-acre tract of land.
The development, at I-85, Garlington Road and Pelham Road, will feature a multifamily development, office/professional uses, and restaurants, according to an announcement by Central Realty Holdings, a real estate investment company.
I’ve worked in a hospital as a nurse for 10 years. I make good money working long hours. The problem is that it seems to disappear, and I’m left trying to stretch those last few dollars to the end of the month.
The natural gas department of the Greer Commission of Public Works could not have picked a better time to show off its bronze level SOAR (System Operational Achievement Recognition) award.
During the monthly CPW commissioners meeting, General Manager Jeff Tuttle espoused the work the gas department accomplished.
Belk Inc. announced it would be acquired by Sycamore Partners, a private equity firm based in New York, in a transaction valued at about $3 billion including debt. Sycamore, in its biggest ever deal, will pay $68 in cash for each share of Belk.
The Charlotte, N.C.-based department store chain, operates 297 stores throughout the South, including one in Greer.
Cooking is fun for Damion Norton.
As the Professional Catering owner was introduced to the diners at Larkin's Sawmill following his quarterfinal match in the Competition Dining Series on Wednesday, he circled the room, high-fiving patrons and fellow chefs with an ever-present smile.
"When people come to me with that energy and that 'well done chef’, I fulfilled that need they needed for that evening," said Norton. "It's just cut and dry like that."
A topping out was held in the GSP terminal’s Grand Hall Friday afternoon.
The lifting of the final highest piece of steel to be erected at the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport is part of the four-year $122 million terminal improvement plan.
Greer-based Ovation Brands has been acquired by Food Management Partners (FMP) of San Antonio, Texas.
Ovation Brands is comprised of Ryan’s, Fire Mountain, Country Buffet, Old Country Buffet, Hometown Buffet and Tahoe Joe’s.
My wife and I really got serious about your plan. We even sold our house to become completely debt-free. Now, we’re trying to help my mom and dad. They liked your plan at first, and even taught Financial Peace University (FPU) at their church. Then, everything changed. They went out and leased a new car, bought another one on payments, and picked up a bunch of credit cards. They’re trying to tell us that you really do this stuff too. How can we help them?
A “Make Greer Great” reimbursement grant program is available through the Partnership for Tomorrow.
Anyone in the greater Greer community who has an idea or project to enhance the Greer area may apply here.
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.
Down on Mary and Tim Bergstrom’s Southern Hills Lavender farm the smell, touch, look and taste is lavender.
“Some people don’t realize it’s a plant. They think it’s a smell," Mary said.
Benton Blount, a Greenville singer, performed A Great Big World’s song “Say Something” on Tuesday night and earned solid remarks from four of the judges, including host Nick Cannon on “America’s Got Talent”.
Blount made his first live appearance on stage at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall. He survived the judges’ final cuts two weeks ago.
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What will be the largest speculative industrial facility ever built in Greer is breaking ground at Velocity Park.
Beacon Partners and Cullum Interests are partnering on a 240,020-square-foot venture at 545 Brookshire Road with a completion date set for January 2016.
A line of severe thunderstorms battered the upstate on Thursday afternoon, with parts of the Greer area sustaining damage.
The storms began to roll through about 3:30 p.m. and damaged power lines and toppled trees.
Julie Snyder of Taylors was named one of 15 winners across four state to receive $5,000 in Bi-Lo gift cards to purchase groceries for a year.
Ironically, Snyder won by shopping the Greer store at 1365 West Wade Hampton Boulevard.
Greer Community Ministries’ entry signs, a new logo on the ministry’s trailer and designated parking spaces for the bus and van have been freshened.
“The updates to our signs are another way we are working to make it easier for our clients to find our building so that we can serve them,” Cindy Simpler, GCM executive director, said.
Greer Commission of Public Works announced Wednesday that Moody’s Investor Service gave the public utility an A1 long-term credit rating – an upgrade from the A2 given to CPW in 2007.
Fitch Ratings, in April, continued CPW’s A+ credit rating and revised the utility’s outlook from stable to positive.
The third time isn’t only the charm, it’s the last time Mary Ann Sudnick, owner and image consultant, said she is moving her business.
Mariani’s Boutique, is opening Thursday at 3604 B Pelham Road at the Plaza at Pelham. The new location features twice the retail space and expanded clothing, jewelry and shoe lines and skin care/cosmetics.