Dr. Brendan Kelly is the new Chancellor of the University of South Carolina Upstate.
Harris Pastides, President of the University of South Carolina, sent a letter to Upstate faculty, staff and students Monday to announce that Kelly was unanimously approved by the USC Board of Trustees.
Noah Hannon epitomizes what it means to be a favorite son of the City of Greer.
Brian Lane has resigned as head football coach at Byrnes High School.
District Five Superintendent Dr. Scott Turner made the announcement Monday afternoon.
Children saw a free performance of “Clara’s Nutcracker Journey” Saturday morning at the Greer library.
The free story time ballet was presented by the International Ballet of Greer.
Blair Carrier, an 8th grade student at Bob Jones Academy and resident of Greer, will travel to the University of South Carolina in January to compete as a Division Finalist (ages 11-14) in the Southern Division of the Music Teacher National Association (MTNA) Junior Woodwind Competition.
Blair, the daughter of Randy and Julie Carrier of Greer, won the State Junior Woodwinds Competition of the South Carolina Music Teachers Association at Converse College on Nov. 4.
The CBL Charitable Foundation has made a $5,400 to the Creative Advancement Centers, collaborative partners with the City of Greer and the Greenville County School System.
Creative Advancement Centers provide after-school scholastic and creative activities for Greenville County Schools from grades K-12, offering an array of structured programs that enhance the students' abilities academically, intellectually, creatively, socially and physically.
Greer Relief is changing its Adopt-A-Family program to the Christmas Morning Shoppe.
The goal remains to provide neighbors in need with Christmas gifts. This prevents them from diverting their limited resources to gifts or going without.
Le Jardin, a 55-acre exclusive, gated community, received Greer City Council’s blessings on first reading Tuesday night.
The development is located at the intersection of Brockman McClimon and East Howell Road.
Sydney Sill was crowned Miss Greater Greer 2017 and Brooklyn Brewster the Miss Greater Greer Teen at a pageant held at Greer High School Saturday night.
Sill, 20, attends Clemson University and Brewster attends Palmetto High School.
The Haywood Mall store will host an Interactive Job Fair on Tuesday where applicants will be asked to report at either 11 a.m. or 4 p.m. to the management office area on the first floor.
Belk stores are also now hiring 16- and 17-year-olds for seasonal jobs. Parental consent is needed for applicants age 16.
Stevie Martin from Conway was crowned queen for North Greenville University’s 2016 homecoming on Saturday.
NGU Interim President Dr. Randall Pannell and 2015 Homecoming Queen Christie Reilly crowned Martin during halftime of the Crusaders’ football game against Wingate University.
• 2:38 Update
Suspect has been arrested according to Lt. Jim Holcombe
The Greer Police Department received a call in reference to an argument around Crestview Elementary School at 8:06 this morning, according to Lt. Jim Holcombe.