Blue Ridge High School's baseball team beat Daniel, 3-2, Saturday to remain alive in the Class AAAA playoffs. The past three games the Blue Ridge pitchers have only allowed six hits.
Blue Ridge travels to North Augusta twice Monday and must win both games to remain in the playoffs.
Daily boat permits for Greer residents on Lake Robinson just got a lot cheaper.
Greer Commission of Public Works commissioners unanimously approved a recommendation from CPW staff to reduce daily residential boat permit fees to $5, effective immediately. That’s a 75 percent decrease from the $20 fee set in August 2013.
By RITA ALLISON
Representative District 36
House members debated then turned back a proposal to eventually require seat belts on all new school busses in SC. There was concern about the cost ($6,500 per bus) and the potential new requirements for drivers to be responsible for each student during an accident. The bill was referred back to committee.
A blood drive in memory of fallen Spartanburg police officer Jason Harris is scheduled at Greer CPW today at 12:30-5:30 p.m.
Harris served the city of Spartanburg for 12 years. He died following an on-duty motorcycle crash on April 13. He is survived by a wife and three children.
Randall Street will be the first downtown street to undergo water and sewer line replacement beginning in the latter part of May.
Greer CPW Commissioners approved $380,535 to Dillard Excavating Co. Inc. for the first phase of the estimated $4 – $4.5 million project to replace the central business district’s aging infrastructure and incorporate a new streetscape appearance. Some of the downtown infrastructure is more than 100-years old, city officials said.
An apparent head-on collision between a Greenville County school bus and a pick-up truck sent four Greer students and the driver of the truck to Pelham Medical Center this morning, according to police and Greenville County Schools officials.
Greer police reported no children were seriously injured and Beth Brotherton, spokesman for Greenville County Schools, said the injuries to the students were non life-threatening. "They were so minor one had a cut lip and the others had bumps and bruises," Brotherton said.
The Greer High School Virtual Enterprise Class finished in a top group of 28 in the Business Plan Competition at the 2017 Virtual Enterprise Youth Business Summit in New York City.
Greer was among 400 schools from 16 states to compete at the competition.
Dale Earnhardt Jr., 42, will retire from the NASCAR Cup Series at the end of the 2017 season, according to a tweet Tuesday morning from Hendrick Motorsports.
There have been a myriad of stories the past two weeks indicating Earnhardt had been thinking retirement on the heels of Jeff Gordon (2015) and Tony Stewart (2016).
My wife and I are debt-free, and we’re ready to start building our first home. We’re a little short on cash to make the 20 percent down payment you recommend, but we do have a fully funded emergency fund in place. Would it be okay to take a little out of our emergency fund to make up the difference?
After being diagnosed with an incurable blood cancer, Dr. Thomas McConnell drew from a remembered conversation with a research nurse and from his own dreams to write “I Have Seen My Death”, which was awarded first place for non-fiction at the 2017 Porter Fleming Literary Competition Sunday at the Morris Museum of Art.
McConnell is a professor of English at the University of South Carolina Upstate.
Regina Ann Tague, mother of accused serial killer Todd Kohlhepp, was found dead Sunday morning in her Moore home. She was 70.
Her husband found her in her Mesa Drive home, according to Spartanburg County Coroner Rusty Clevenger.
A loaded firearm was discovered by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) at the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) checkpoint Thursday evening.
At approximately 8:30 p.m., a loaded .380 caliber handgun was discovered in a passenger’s carry-on bag.
Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County raised the walls on the 2017 Greer Community Partners Build home, celebrating a commitment to building affordable housing in the Greer community.
The home is being built for the Neriz family. As a Habitat program participant, homeowner Yadira Neriz will complete 20 hours of homeownership education classes. She will also complete 200 hours of “sweat equity,” building her home and the homes of other Habitat homeowners, alongside volunteers from the partner organizations. She will pay an affordable mortgage for the home.
Past, present and future sports and entertainment champions and personalities will be on display at the BMW Charity Pro-Am in May 15-21.
Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers Super Bowl Champion XLV (2010 season), and former Atlanta Braves Chipper Jones, All-Star and World Series Champion (1995) will headline the celebrities announced Thursday for the May 15-21 tournament that pairs Web.com Tour amateurs with professionals.
The eastbound lane of Highway 80 at Highway 290 going into Lyman will be closed Friday evening at 6 p.m. until Monday morning, according to the South Carolina Department of Transportation.
The 14-mile detour route, which will include Highway 101, I-85 and US 29, has signs in place to alert drivers, according to the SCDOT.
A record-breaking month was recorded at Greer’s Inland Port.
The 11,669 lifts were 22 percent higher than the previous record of 9,593 lifts in January. Greer has handled 84,874 lifts through the first three quarters of the fiscal year.
As Americans look to improve their health, many will turn to vitamins and supplements as part of their healthier routines. However, experts stress the importance of understanding the potential interactions supplements can have with medications and some brands of medical test results.
The NCAA has awarded Greenville first and second rounds of the Division I men’s basketball tournament in 2022.
Greenville was awarded the Division I women’s basketball tournament in 2020.
The Greenville Health Authority (GHA) Board of Trustees gave final approval Tuesday to guidelines for its “Healthy Greenville 2036” project, a plan to reinvest $80 million into health-targeted local grants over the next 20 years.