BrightStar Care in-homecare agency has moved to 110 west Church Street, Suite A, in Greer.
The company, owned by Frank Sanders, provides a range of compassionate, person-centered medical and non-medical care to people of all ages, from infants to seniors.
A new family medicine practice has opened in the Medical Office Building at Pelham Medical Center.
It’s a satellite office of physicians from the Medical Group of the Carolinas (MGC), Spartanburg Regional Healthcare Systems physician group.
Arvie Bennett, Jr. of the Arvie Jr Band spends a lot of his time on the stage in the limelight singing to thousands of people. In the past couple of years, Arvie has performed at over 100 venues.
Until recently, most of his fans have been unaware that my husband, Arvie, is engaged in a brutal battle every day. It takes every ounce of strength for him to get on stage – to even pull himself out of bed every morning because of this battle.
This terrifying, ugly, brutal war has no end, and it has been raging for 30 years. There is no time of peace or truce – not even while he sleeps. This battle has a real enemy, and its name is OCD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and the battleground is in Arvie’s brain.
The demolition of the Allen Bennett Hospital campus continues with plans to have the entire campus razed by early January.
The NEO Corporation was approved for the demolition and removal of the structure not to exceed $790,000. NEO also razed the Exide campus.
Megan Huffman from Greer has been honored as a top 10 finalist in the Newman’s Own “Greens for Good” salad recipe contest. Huffman created an original salad recipe for a shot at a $35,000 grand prize donation to the Meyer Center for Special Children.
Huffman’s Spiralizer Sesame Ginger salad is paired with Lite Low Fat Sesame Ginger dressing.
Expired and unneeded prescription drugs will be collected Saturday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. as part of the Greer Police Department’s Take It Back Program.
Drugs can be dropped off at Professional Pharmacy at 320 Memorial Drive. No ID is required for drop offs.
When you were in school, you learned how the body works, but have you ever wanted a closer look? You can with the help of Upward Star Center and Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System (SRHS) at Inside Out: An Interactive Tour of the Human Body.
Tours will be held Tuesday and Wednesday, 3-7 p.m., through the inflatable MegaBody at the Upward Star Center in Spartanburg.
Not only can noise distract, disturb and interfere with communication and sleep, it can affect your performance, behavior and hearing.
In many cases, hearing loss can be prevented by recognizing sources of damaging noise levels and using appropriate protective equipment. However, excessive noise exposure can cause permanent hearing loss that cannot be treated with medication, or result in constant ringing in your ears called tinnitus. Impaired hearing can reduce your ability to recognize your surroundings and listen for cues of potential danger.
A spaghetti dinner is scheduled at Grace Hall on Thursday to help raise funds for Dave Taylor, the Greer physical therapist battling stage four pancreatic cancer.
The dinner is 5-8 p.m. and family friendly entertainment and a Chinese auction are scheduled.
If you think drinking water during a workout is just about keeping your mouth from drying out as you pant your way through each set, think again. In addition to keeping you comfortable, staying hydrated is a necessary aspect of any healthy workout.
Abbott’s frozen custard and the Blue Ridge Brewing Company are both scheduled to open in the final quarter this year at opposite ends in downtown Greer.
That provides a good opportunity for the public to offer its input Thursday on a downtown walking and bicycling master plan that will safely connect visitors to the central business district, retail shops and restaurants.