The BI-LO at 2460 Hudson Road in Greer will introduce the grocery store’s newest concept on Thursday with new shopping enhancements and ceremonies.
A ribbon cutting will be held at 10 a.m. with the Clemson Tiger mascot and cheerleaders as part of the celebration.
The Greer Police Department is taking applications and inviting sponsorships to its 11th Annual Cops for Tots annual golf tournament
Enrollment, donations and hole sponsors go to the police for its largest fundraiser each year.
The SC Bar Pro Bono Program will sponsor eight free legal clinics in the Spartanburg area in September.
Most involve a 30-45 minute lecture followed by either a question and answer or five-minute one-on-one session with an attorney.
Wild Ace Pizza and Pub may be brewing beer and serving it to customers by next month.
Denise VandenBerghe confirmed a brewpub license application has been filed for the restaurant at 103 Depot Street.
When Billy Mitchell walked out of D&D Motors today, more than 50 years and three generations of memories went with him.
Skip Davenport held a retirement luncheon for Mitchell at the 79-year-old Ford dealership. D&D Motors is the only employer Mitchell has worked for since attending school in Greer.
Downtown visitors should be aware of two Trade Street road closures Sunday and Monday.
• Sunday, noon – 5 p.m., the 300 block of Trade Street and the Depot parking lot will be closed for a car show.
Within two weeks three downtown eateries – two within the 200 block of Trade Street – have closed.
The Greer Station Diner, previously Southern Thymes Cafe, Rhythms on Trade and the Cupcake Castle have gone out of business. All three have signs on their doors indicating their closings.
Jamie Jordan turns a baseball into a one-of-a-kind business
Three years ago Jamie Jordan was looking for a way to make extra money without sacrificing time spent with her two children.
Greer Commission of Public Works has received the Gold Peak Performance Award from the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA).
The American Public Gas Association (APGA) presented Greer Commission of Public Works with the “Silver Level” System Operational Achievement Recognition (SOAR) for excellence in operating its natural gas utility.
Public natural gas systems are entrusted by their customers to deliver clean and affordable natural gas through a safe and reliable distribution pipeline system.
Matt Castillo took a tour of the Lowes Foods signature store in Mooresville, N.C., last week.
President and CEO Tim Lowe gave Matt, of the Video News Division, an exclusive interview about the store’s opening next month across from Riverside High School.
Still Water Grill and Catering is now hiring for all staff with a variety of options.
The restaurant, at 304 Trade Street, is owned by sisters-in-law Connie and Susie Bakeman. They have taken a building unoccupied and aged inside and out since 2007, and made it into one of the most contemporary restaurants in Greer.
The Greer Inland Port handled 7,303 rail moves in July, reported the South Carolina Ports Authority. With 56,875 rail moves calendar year to date, the facility's volumes remain on track to reach 100,000 moves in 2016.
The SCPA has allocated $2.2 million to expand the Inland Port at Greer in fiscal year 2017 and 2018.
Paul Pickhardt has joined Greer State Bank as Senior Vice President, Small Business Association (SBA) Lending Manager.
Pickhardt has been ranked the top SBA 7a loan producer for South Carolina.
The Chocolate Toad is becoming a haven for artists.
Mark Tucker has designed a new logo for the signage that greets customers to the downtown boutique restaurant at 224 Trade Street.
Olive Mediterranean Grill will open at 107 S. Main Street.
Restaurateurs Abdi and Shahn Nasehi have secured a lease for the property that formerly housed MiMi’s Japanese Steak House until it closed in October last year.
After a year of renovations, Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System (SRHS) relocated 600 administrative employees to the renovated Beaumont Mill.
These departments moved from Spartanburg Medical Center and Pinewood Resource Center, located on East Wood Street, to allow more space for patients at the hospital.
Brose North America, Inc., a technological leader in the integration of mechanics, electrics and electronics, is establishing a new, 77,000 square-foot facility at 1171 Howell Road in Duncan.
The new manufacturing operation is expected to bring around $6 million in new capital investment and lead to the creation of at least 60 new jobs.
Considering all the market volatility, why do banks offer adjustable rate mortgages? How did they come into being?
The founder of Ryan’s and Western Family Steak House, Alvin McCall Jr., has died. A native of Pelzer, he was 89, according to his obituary.
McCall pioneered the mega bar buffet and created the casual steakhouse concept. His Western Family Steak House, founded in 1970, later became Quincy’s.