Pacing operations will occur on Saturday and Sunday in support of blasting operation needed as part of the 85-385 Gateway Project.
Pacing operations are scheduled for Saturday morning 7 and 11 a.m. and Sunday morning between 7 a.m. to noon.
The Thornblade Club and The Preserve at Verdae will again serve as host courses for the BMW Charity Pro-Am tournament in 2017, and The Furman University Golf Club was unveiled a new third location for the event.
“The 2017 tournament will take place May 18 -21, and will once again bring great golf, entertainment, and our focus on charitable giving to the Upstate,” said Bob Nitto, president, BMW Charity Pro.
Dabo Swinney is right.
The Greer Station Vintage Christmas is Thursday through Saturday at Grace Hall.
The indoor event will benefit Saved by the Heart, a non-profit for animal rescue serving Greer. Last year’s event helped raise funds for the rescue’s veterinary, food, maintenance bills and foster program.
Two holiday events scheduled in Spartanburg have been postponed tonight and rescheduled.
Rain throughout the day Tuesday and more scheduled tonight made event planners rework their calendars.
Noah Hannon of Greer High School was selected Lineman of the Year from the Palmetto Champions All-Star Football Team by the South Carolina Football Coaches Association.
My wife and I are building a home, and we found a great entertainment center we both love. It costs $6,000, and the dealer said he would give us 10 percent off if we take out a store credit card. We have the cash to buy the piece, but we were wondering if it would be a good idea to get the card and use it for the entertainment center and Christmas gifts, then pay it off immediately.
Brian Martin’s investment into Greer has resonated far beyond the Upstate with his vision of residential growth downtown combined with small businesses.
Martin, an attorney at 212 Trade Street, has five apartments he leases – from studio to two-bedroom – plus two additional one-bedroom units he rents for Airbnb quests.
• Gee will lead Greer High School Marching Band
Greer Police Chief Dan Reynolds is the grand marshal for Sunday’s Christmas Parade.
The Jingle Bell Jog is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 10 starting at the Sugar Creek III Clubhouse in Greer.
The Elf Run, ¾-mile, is 2:15 p.m. and the Jingle Bell Jog 5k is 3 p.m.
The Greer Christmas Tree Lighting with activities is scheduled Friday at Greer City Park.
A fire at the concessions building in the Santa’s Village of Hollywild Animal Park was reported by a park official.
No people or animals were hurt, reported Kim Atchley, Executive Director of the park.
North Greenville came out of the gate with four first quarter touchdowns to beat Tuskegee, 45-26, in the second round of the NCAA Division II Saturday in Tigerville.
NGU (9-4) will play North Alabama (9-1) in the semifinals next Saturday at a time to be announced. North Alabama beat UNC Pembroke, 41-9.
• 'Murder victims were almost as innocent as children'
The search continues for the Greer Police Department seeking a clue that would help solve a 2003 triple-murder case.
North Greenville University will play Tuskegee University in a second round NCAA Division II football playoff game Saturday at noon at Younts Stadium in Tigerville.
NGU is 8-4 that includes a four-game winning streak. The Crusaders are coming off its first round playoff victory, 27-13, at Florida Institute last Saturday.
Greer firefighters are helping to battle the Pinnacle Mountain Fire that is threatening more than 800 structures in South Caroina and North Carolina.
The fire jumped into Pickens and Greenville counties last week and today there are 625 threatened structures in South Carolina – 523 in Greenville County and 112 in Pickens County. Officials also reported there are 171 structures threatened in Transylvania County, N.C.
Jason Clark, honored as the Restaurateur of 2014 and 2016 in the Upstate, demonstrates how to carve a turkey and present a beautiful plate of food for the family and guests on Thanksgiving.
The City of Greer will be able to give a shout out for Lonnie “Gee” McGee at the Christmas Parade.
With athletes of all ages taking to fields and courts, there are important steps to take in keeping young athletes safe during practice and games.
Data from U.S. Youth Soccer shows that the number of kids playing increased nearly 90 percent — with nearly 3 million children ages 7-17 playing each year — from 1990 to 2014. As soccer has risen in popularity, so has the rate on injuries — especially concussions — according to a Nationwide Children's Hospital study published recently in "Pediatrics."