Valentin Kuzev smiled when he told customers at Atlanta Bread Company on Pelham Road he was going to celebrate the arrival of 2014 twice.
“I’m going to celebrate at 5 o’clock at home, in Bulgaria, and here,” he said.
Greer Police Chief Dan Reynolds is putting drunk drivers on notice.
“Drinking and driving. Absolutely not. Don’t do it,” Reynolds told GreerToday.com in his annual warning to revelers on New Year’s Eve who drink and drive.
Arvie Bennett Jr. will play his final concert Saturday at the Stomping Grounds from 7:30 – 10:30 p.m. Bennett, the lead vocals in the Arvie Jr. Band, said he is taking a hiatus to complete a book he is writing.
Bennett said he made a formal announcement to offset any other speculation or rumors why the band is ending its performances.
Leland Burch held his third book signing Monday and came away with as many new stories as the ones he has published in “Greer SC The Center of the Universe”.
At each signing Burch and purchasers of his book reflect on Greer in the past and during the Burch family's successful tenure as owners of the local newspaper until its sale to out of town buyers in 2008.
The Riverside High School Marching Band was awarded Best Band in the Greenville Poinsettia Christmas Parade.
Riverside played “Here Comes Santa Claus” just in front of Santa’s float. The band was among 12 performing. Riverside has 150 students in its band.
The lineup for Sunday’s Greer Christmas Parade beginning at 2:30 at the Clock Restaurant on Poinsett Street.
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The book signing for Leland Burch’s “Greer, SC The Center of the Universe” was an entertaining evening complete with the humor of readings, song and some friendly roasts Thursday.
The invitation only event at the Grove at Pennington didn’t stop four party crashers who didn’t want to miss the long-time editor of the Greer Citizen introduce his first book to family and life-long friends.
The inaugural Miss Merry Christmas Pageant crowned winners in several age groups and as their reward will ride in Sunday’s Greer Christmas Parade.
Age division winners were:
Greer Mayor Rick Danner is “Home for the Holidays” and is the Grand Marshal in the Greer Christmas Parade Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
Greer Relief, the organizer for this year’s event, made the announcement today.
What are the chances a holiday Walmart national television commercial, featuring Taylor Swift would open with a Christmas snow scene from Greer City Park?
Well, it would be as much a long shot as a snowball’s chance . . .