Greer High School's Eden's Coffee and Confections, a virtual enterprise firm, won first place in business brochure, second in booth design and third in business flyer at the Midwest Regional Trade Show and Competition in Tennessee.
Adam Massey teachers the program and his teams are perennial winners in virtual enterprise competitions state, national and international. Eden's represented South Carolina at the competition.
The Greer Commission of Public Works (Greer CPW) water system advises its customers that the boil water advisory issued Nov. 21 has been lifted.
What should you do after the discontinuation of a Boil Water Notice or if you still have concerns?
A craft fair at Clearview Baptist Church will feature some unique jewelry made by natives from Côte D'ivoire, West Africa – Papier Pearls.
The fair is 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. in Travelers Rest.
The Greer Commission of Public Works (Greer CPW) water system advises the customers of its water system to vigorously boil their water for at least one full minute before drinking or cooking until notified otherwise.
This advisory applies only to the following:
Jonathan Greer, a student at Greenville Technical College, has been selected to receive a $1,000 scholarship from Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society as a 2014 Coca-Cola Leader of Promise Scholar.
The Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholarship Program provides new Phi Theta Kappa members with financial resources to help defray educational expenses while enrolled in associate degree programs. Scholars are also encouraged to assume leadership roles by participating in PTK programs.
Greer Memorial Hospital has received the Gold Plus Achievement Award from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association's Get With the Guidelines program.
Greer earned the award by meeting specific quality achievement measures for the diagnosis and treatment of stroke patients at a set level for a designated period of time.
A 21st century vision has been launched in Greer by a group of alternative fuel pioneers.
Spire, a natural gas fueling solutions company, came to Greer Thursday to claim its stake in becoming a hub for vehicles – trucks and automobiles – traveling the I-85 corridor.
My mother-in-law is in poor health and doesn’t have a lot of money. She has been giving us a lot of her earnings over the last couple of years as a kind of early inheritance, because she’s afraid she’ll spend it all. We’re setting it aside in a savings account in case she needs it, but I still feel strange about the situation. What do you recommend we do?
The Greer Inland Port has exceeded its performance expectations with rail lifts at the facility up 1.5 times over plan with 17,714 moves since July.
The South Carolina Ports Authority reported Wednesday, at its monthly board meeting, the inland port handled 4,678 rail lifts in October. The $50 million Greer port received its first container in mid-October 2013.
The Greer transportation revolution is moving full speed ahead.
Spire Natural Gas Fueling Solutions will hold a groundbreaking Thursday for, reportedly, one of the five biggest compressed natural gas (CNG) fast fill stations in the United States. The Laclede Group and Siemens are building the facility.
The St. Francis Cancer Center, at its millennium campus, was blessed today by The Most Rev. Robert Guglielmone, Bishop of the Diocese of Charleston.
Employees at Greer Commission for Public Works set a new standard for United Way fundraising with $21,478.
The utility held a golf tournament fundraiser for the first time and hosted an in-house barbecue cook-off during the campaign.
We’ve got our starter emergency fund in place, and we’ve paid off the last of our debt.
Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System (SRHS) celebrated Veterans Day by saluting 240 of its associates, volunteers and contractors who are veterans.
“On Veterans Day, I remember everybody that came before us and fought for us,” said Donnell Wilkins, Patient Care Associate who is retired from the Air Force. “It’s good to see veterans being recognized and continuously being recognized.”
Greer Station Association raised $3,395 at its Catwalk for the Cure benefit for the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
The fashion show, held Oct. 7, featured styles from downtown merchants – Talloni - A Shoe Salon, Maiale Boutique, Southern Sisters Boutique, Gregory's Boutique, Empire Ltd., James & James Clothiers, Smith & James, Chelsea's and Greer Trading Post.
Greer State Bank employees, in honor of Veterans Day, prepared and distributed 160 gift bags for veterans.
Each gift bag contained a MoonPie, RC Cola, a box of Cracker Jack and a personalized hand-written note of thanks
Passengers flying out of Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) pay less than the average domestic fare from competing airports in the region according to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s second quarter 2014 airfare report.
GSP officials issued the report Monday.
Jason Clark, owner of BIN112 in downtown Greer, was honored Monday as Restaurateur of the Year at the Upstate Hospitality Awards luncheon.
"Jason is dedicated to great food, a clean kitchen and provides the best experience to customers he would expect for himself," said Douglas O'Flaherty, Director of Operations for the S.C. Hospitality Association.
Hundreds of toys were brought to the Clock restaurant Sunday for the kickoff of the Syl Syl Christmas Toy Drive.
The toy drive is in honor of Sylvia Holtzclaw, who was killed with two others in a bank robbery at Blue Ridge Savings in 2003. No one has been arrested.