Better Business Bureau has been hearing a lot of complaints about various fun runs that have been cancelled with short notice, often with no refunds.
Last week, BBB of Greater Cleveland reported on a 5K Foam Fest that was cancelled with just four days’ notice. An email to paid participants said “Unfortunately, we’re not able to provide you with a refund.”
A $100,000 donation by the John I. Smith Foundation, a philanthropic group that claims it doesn’t have an office, website or telephone, was presented to Daily Bread Ministries today for its planned four-unit homeless rehabilitation shelter.
Gold's Gym announced Monday that it has signed a deal to acquire The Rush Fitness Complex – a regional gym chain boasting 23 clubs in communities including Greenville and Asheville.
The Greenville location will be at Cherrydale, 3245 N. Pleasantburg Drive.
Greer Community Ministries is in need of drivers for Meals on Wheels routes, the food pantry and is collecting school supplies.
GCM is at 738 South Line Street. Call 864-877-1937 for more information, 864-879-2254 for Meals on Wheels or email here.
Spartanburg Medical Center has been ranked the number one hospital in South Carolina by U.S. News & World Report in the 2014-15 U.S. News Best Hospitals rankings.
The magazine just released the 25th edition of its annual Best Hospitals and Best Regional Hospitals lists, providing key information on some 5,000 medical centers across the country, ranking them in 16 specialties on national, state and regional tiers. The report is designed to identify the most favorable options for the most complex patients – those whose illnesses pose unusual challenges because of underlying conditions, procedure difficulty or other medical issues that add risk.
The Village at Greer assisted living and memory care community is being developed at 715 S. Buncombe Road across from Greer Memorial Hospital.
Thrive Senior Living and Pulliam Investment Company have broken ground on the $15 million community that will consist of 89 private resident suites, including a dedicated and separate neighborhood for residents with memory support needs. The opening is scheduled July 2015 and will be staffed by 40 employees.