Leland Burch of Greer is the chair of the Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA) Commissioners Committee.
Burch is serving his 31st year as commissioner with the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District.
There are a lot of happy customers with Greer’s Commission of Public Works.
According to an independent survey conducted by Pioneer Research from Norcross, Ga., CPW’s score was significantly higher than American Satisfaction Customer Index (ASCI) scores for investor (74 percent) or municipal (73 percent) owned utilities and higher than co-ops (80 percent).
Will hospitals take a settlement on past due medical bills, or is this a rare occurrence?
With a pledge of $50,000 to the Greenville Tech Foundation, William and Annette Bradshaw have created an endowed fund to provide scholarships each year.
William attended – Macon Junior College – while working. He later transferred his credits to Georgia College of Milledgeville, where he studied accounting.
Jackson Suber and Brady Brown, both 9, took a day out of their spring break on Friday to make colorful Easter eggs art for donations at the Stomping Grounds on Trade Street.
Best friends and partners in their community service business, JB’s Arts and Crafts, the Chandler Creek Elementary students gave donation forms to customers for contributions.
Passenger traffic was up 7.6 percent at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport in January compared to the same month in 2015. That number may double when the February report is tabulated.
“It’s great to start off the year with that 7.6 percent increase in January and if we are able to follow that in February with a 15 percent increase, that is a big plus,” said Dave Edwards, GSP Airport District CEO/President.
A $14,000 donation from the Citizens Building & Loan Charitable Foundation was presented to support Greer STEP – Shelter to Empower People.
STEP is a four-unit homeless rehabilitation shelter located next to the Greer Soup Kitchen on E. Poinsett Street. Construction is complete on the $500,000 complex and occupancy is tentatively scheduled May 1.
Sam Stevens was honored Wednesday as the Driver of the Year winner for Ryder Fleet Management Services. He is the father of Scott Stevens, owner of The Davenport and a Greer entrepreneur.
The honor includes induction into the Ryder “Driver Hall of Fame” and presented with a cash prize and a specially designed ring and watch.
The Greer Commission of Public Works (Greer CPW) is alerting customers to a potential phone scam in the area.
Individuals are calling customers and demanding payment to avoid service interruption.
Pelham Medical Center will host a career fair for experienced nurses today from 4-9 p.m.
Experienced, talented and compassionate nurses are being sought.
We have two daughters, and we’ve started thinking about financial planning for college. What are the differences between an Education Savings Account and a 529 plan?
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 recent hailstorm not only damaged homes in the City of Greer, but it captured the attention of roofing and siding contractors ready to cash in on the damage.
While many contractors have worked in the city and are aware that the City of Greer and the State of South Carolina require them to be licensed, the city advises homeowners to be aware that unlicensed contractors from other areas are soliciting roof work in the area.
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 Greer Inland Port handled more rail moves in February than any other month since it opened in October 2013.
The port handled 8,623 rail moves in February. Fiscal year-to-date rail moves have increased nearly 66 percent, with 58,211 moves since July.
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.
North Greenville University has purchased the former Ryan’s corporate office building in Greer.
Ovations Brand formerly owned the property that housed the corporate offices to all its food brands – Ryan’s, HomeTown Buffet, Old Country Buffet, Country Buffet, and Fire Mountain.
A $62,500 gift by the Bosch Community Fund will create a simulation lab at Greenville Technical College’s Center for Manufacturing Innovation (CMI) where students can learn to operate the hydraulics equipment they will encounter in the workplace.
The learning experience includes not only Bosch Rexroth equipment but that of other vendors as well.
My dad and I have been having arguments over real estate and money. My wife and I are 33, and we have a rental property. We were trying to decide whether or not to sell the rental in order to pay down on our home.