I’m 19-years-old, and I’m putting myself through college debt-free. I usually work part time during the semesters, but right now I’m working full time. I have about $2,000 in mutual funds, and I was wondering if I should add my full-time work income to that or save it all to help pay for school.
Parking rates at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport will increase beginning July 1.
GSP commissioners approved the increase that will occur for the first time in 14 years.
This week’s trash collections will be on a one-day delay for city of Greer residents, in observance of Memorial Day holiday Monday.
Residents facing a one-day delay should plan on having their rollcarts and recycling bins curbside by 7 a.m. Tuesday. The one-day delay ends on June 3 when normal Thursday collections will be done.
Jim Morgan saw quite bit in his tenure at the Greer Post Office. The self-described people person always looked forward to what each day would bring.
Morgan, 68, retired from the U.S. Postal Service in April after 25 years, fondly looking back on his time working as a window clerk and mail carrier.
The Strip Club 104 A Steak House is ranked No. 4 as the best overall restaurant in South Carolina and is ranked in the top five in three other categories, according to Open Table South Carolina.
Jason Clark, chef and operator of the restaurant at 104 E. Poinsett Street, also had The Strip Club 104 ranked:
Looking to staff up your small business? Don’t underestimate the importance of getting your hiring decisions right. The smaller your business is, the more important your choices become.
Thrive Assisted Living and Memory Care held its ribbon cutting Tuesday at its Buncombe Road site.
Mayor Rick Danner, Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce officials, and Thrive executives from Atlanta attended with residents attending as special guests.
Twenty-three community members graduated from Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System’s Regional Fellows Leadership program on May 4.
Created in 2005, the program brings community and business partners together through a nine-month program to learn how SRHS strives to create a wellness community.
Ken Alexander III, operating partner of the FATZ Cafe at 1361 West Wade Hampton Boulevard in Greer, received a top honor in the 2015 company awards presented annually.
Alexander received the Area 5 Hospitality of the Year award. He has been with the restaurant chain since 2012 and has served as an operating partner for 2.5 years.
Passengers departing Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport Tuesday morning via B screen flights will go through the new TSA centralized screening checkpoint.
It will be the first time passengers will experience the new centralized screening area that is a vital part of the $125 million Terminal Improvement Project (Wingspan).
The largest spec warehouse built in Greer is completed and being leased.
Beacon Partners and Cullum Interests partnered on the 240,101-square-foot venture at 545 Brookshire Road in Velocity Park.
Graduation ceremonies for 55 members from the Leadership Greer Class XXXVI and Junior Leadership Greer Class XXVII was held on Tuesday at the Cannon Centre.
This year’s class raised more than $19,000 and distributed $3,382.37 each for its Nourishing Neighbors project to Loaves & Fishes, Greer Community Ministries and Greer Relief & Resources Agency to fight against food insecurity.
The South Carolina Airports Coalition, which includes Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP), Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE), Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) and Charleston International Airport (CHS), received the Outstanding Business Award Tuesday as a part of the 2016 Upstate Diversity Leadership Awards hosted by the Greenville Chamber of Commerce and the Riley Institute at Furman, in partnership with Upstate Chambers.
The award is given to a business that exhibits leadership in promoting diversity and inclusion internally and serves as an example for others to follow.
My husband is a recovering heroin addict. He’s been clean for two years, but I still feel we shouldn’t keep cash in the house or give him unsupervised access to a bank account. He agrees with these precautions, even though he does need a little pocket money from time to time. We’ve also started your plan to try and get control of our finances, so how would you suggest handling a situation like this?
The Greer Inland Port handled 8,182 rail moves in April with a lot more on the horizon.
Michelin North America’s announced $300 million tire distribution plant creating 350 jobs was directly related to its accessibility to the Inland Port, according to David Britt of Spartanburg County Council.
The next Greer manufactured BMW milestone will be the four millionth produced.
The 3.5 millionth BMW made in Greer is a Mineral White Metallic BMW X4 xDrive20i and is powered by a 2.0-liter, 4-cylinder engine and equipped with Mocha Nevada Leather interior.
Plans for Michelin to invest more than $300 million that will create 350 new jobs across the street from Greer’s border in Spartanburg County Council passed second reading Monday night.
It’s another shot in the arm for greater Greer residents, as the distribution center reportedly will be along Brockman McClimon Road and Highway 417.
It’s Brushy Creek’s turn to get some vacant fill-in property for new homes.
Two separate parcels were approved by City Council Tuesday night that may see the construction of 136 townhouses on Brushy Creek Road. Council approved multi-family residential annexation that are virtually across each other.
A lifetime of commitment to the Boy Scouts was celebrated Wednesday morning when Russell Ashmore, Jr. was honored with the highest citizen award in scouting.
The Blue Ridge Council of the Boy Scouts of America honored Ashmore at a breakfast ceremony at the Cannon Centre attended by community scouting and civic leaders.