Fluoride could be eliminated from Greer’s water supply.
That is one of three options facing Greer Commission of Public Works as it begins a series of public presentations asking for input from its customers.
A family sit down restaurant is coming to Greer.
Culver’s Restaurants will build its third in the state, second in the upstate, and locate it at 1040 W. Wade Hampton Blvd.
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Lowes Foods put its first stake in the upstate today across from Riverside High School at Suber and Hammett Bridge Road.
Lowes Foods will hold a groundbreaking Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at its first store location in the Upstate.
The grocery store will be across from Riverside High School at the corner of Suber and Hammett Bridge Road.
The Chocolate Toad and Stomping Grounds on Trade St. in Greer are among the many restaurants donating a portion of proceeds to Hospice this week.
The full schedule and locations for the week of July 12-18, 2015 are posted at the link below.
A nook has forced Sheila Springfield to return to her niche.
When Sheila Springfield celebrates the grand opening of The Chocolate Toad Tuesday it will be at the same location she owned 14 years ago – at the former Lunch & Such.
Cott Beverages is expanding its Greer facility with a new warehouse and distribution center that eliminates approximately 30 tractor-trailer trucks per day.
The $10 million investment for the 190,000-square-foot facility is adjacent to Cott’s existing manufacturing facility that was established in September 2014 on Hood Road, across from Mitsubishi-Polyester Film.
Greer has been selected as the site for the first Lowes Foods grocery store in the greater Greer market.
Groundbreaking for the new store will be later this month at the corner of Suber Road and Hammett Bridge Road. It is across Riverside High School with the store’s tentative opening is mid-2016, GreerToday.com has learned.
Three nonprofits are collaborating to eliminate hunger in the Greer community by piloting a food cooperative. Based on a similar program in Atlanta, Greer Relief, Greer Community Ministries, and Loaves & Fishes have come together to offer an alternative way to help provide food to families beyond emergency assistance.
Paulette Dunn of Loaves & Fishes, Caroline Robertson of Greer Relief, and Cindy Simpler of Greer Community Ministries are working together in this mission that started with a discussion at the monthly Greer Non-profit Roundtable meeting. At one of those meetings, the topic of food pantries and families in need took central focus. There are so many families with food insecurity and area charities do not offer great solutions. Families can get food from Greer Relief once every three months or from Greer Community Ministries once every six months, but that only provides emergency assistance. It is certainly not a regular, reliable source of food to families who are not able to purchase enough food to meet their basic needs.
ALDI is hosting a hiring event to staff its stores in Greenville, Greer and Taylors. It will serve to fill positions at the new 17,000-square-foot store being built at Poinsett and Wade Hampton Blvd., and its Taylors and Woodruff Road stores.
This appears to be the year Greer Idol and Idol Teen contestants have the highest odds of winning first place prize money. The Idol winner gets $1,500 and Idol Teen wins $500.