The Bass Fishing Tournament, promoted by the Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce, as part of its spring Family Fest, has been dropped.
The tournament, fished on Lake Robinson, has routinely preceded the festival with the winners presented at the opening ceremonies.
Frenetic travelers at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport have only a few more months to wait for a sea of calm to greet them at TSA checkpoints and beyond.
GSP, with its infrastructure virtually completed, is now working on its amenities to create its brand.
The seven-weeks Tunes in the Park and 10th Annual Greer Idol schedules are set.
Tunes in the Park, held at city park’s amphitheater, begins Fridays on June 10 and ends July 22. Greer Idol will also its competition that evening. The entertainment is 7-10 p.m.
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!
Hundreds of children took part in Egg-tastic at Greer’s Century Park Saturday morning.
Every child was guaranteed a half dozen colorful plastic eggs that had a surprise inside from plastic insects, jewelry and candy.
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.
Tickets remain for Saturday night's 80 Years of Greer Relief Gala at the Cannon Centre.
The theme is 80 years of service 1930s style. The venue will be set up as a speakeasy, reminiscent of the ‘30s with swing dance music and entertainment, a silent auction will be held and a photo booth will be onsite for guests. The gala is 6-11 p.m.
The City of Greer is having a pleasant festival dilemma.
How do you fit the world into City Park? The third annual Greer Goes Global International Festival on April 9 is expanding with room to spare. The festival is 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Gerald Davis loved fire trucks, preserving the city of Greer’s history, photographing people and nature. His dry sense of humor captivated those around him.
“I would call Gerald a renaissance man,” said Joada Hiatt. “He was dedicated to a lot of things.”
Greer’s lone brewpub is expanding and will offer chef-prepared food.
The Southern Growl at 6 South Buncombe Road will open the Gastro Pub as a restaurant that adjoins the brewpub. A wall will be knocked out that will allow customers to order a craft beer from Southern Growl and walk through to the Gastro Pub for their food.
What animals think and feel will be presented at the University of South Carolina Upstate by New York Times bestselling author and PBS host Carl Safina on Thursday, March 31.
Safina will discuss his latest book, “Beyond Words: What Animals Think and Feel”. Tickets are $15 for the 7 p.m. event or $60 for the 6 p.m. VIP reception and event (which includes a copy the hardback book). A portion of proceeds will benefit the Spartanburg Humane Society.
Hollywild Animal Park will host its first ever Acoustic Concert Series – Acoustic in the Wild, scheduled after hours for March 12, 19, and 26 in the Hollywild Amphitheater.
The young artists concert series is 6-7 p.m. in the park’s amphitheater and will be held rain or shine. Park grounds will open at 5 p.m. and admission is $10 per person and infants under two admitted free.
The 6th Annual Saved by the Heart Soiree will hold its annual fundraiser tonight at 7 p.m. at Grace Hall. Music and dancing will continue until 11 p.m.
The Casino Night theme is “Don’t Gamble with Lives”, featuring poker with other games of chance.