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.
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.
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.
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.
Greer will celebrate its railroad heritage and promote rail safety on Sept. 10 at City Park with the inaugural Railfest from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Free activities and entertainment are planned for all ages and guests will have an opportunity to win trips on the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad in Bryson City, N.C.
Busy parents know that packing healthy lunches and snacks that kids will eat and not throw out or trade day after day is a challenge. For kids with food allergies — which, according to the CDC, is one in 13 kids or about two per classroom — or who attend a peanut-free school, it gets even more difficult.
Here are some tips for packing healthy and delicious allergy-friendly lunches and snacks that fuel kids' active minds and bodies all day long.
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.
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.
Millennial madness is forecast for Greer’s inaugural Food Truck Rollout Friday at City Park.
Food and beverage trucks will offer a variety of options and Dave Brothers will provide the entertainment. But Pokémon, a national phenomenon, is the lure.