Construction is nearly complete and a sales office is welcoming visitors to Greer’s most contemporary assisted living community. Thrive Assisted Living and Memory Care is on schedule to house its first guests in September.
The 89 private resident suites, with one dedicated wing for 25 memory support needs, is a $15 million complex at 715 S. Buncombe Road, across from Greer Memorial Hospital. Thrive Senior Living and Pulliam Investment Company are developers.
The lure of the Greer Inland Port has another company investing in the upstate because of the proximity to intermodal infrastructure.
Moderna Products, a family-owned company headquartered in Izegem, Belgium, will locate in an existing 116,000-square-foot building in Gaffney. Modern specializes in creating, producing and distributing plastic products for pets such as litter boxes, food bowls and “traveling solutions for both dogs and cats, as well as other small animals.”
Benton Blount’s next performance for “America’s Got Talent” will be in August at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall.
Today, Blount gave GreerToday.com an exclusive interview looking back at Tuesday’s performance, looking ahead and singing for the first time with his two-year-old son, Jackson, in the audience.
Donald Trump will make his first visit to the Upstate since announcing he will run for president.
Trump, who leads polls for the Republican party, will speak to the Upstate Chamber Coalition’s Presidential Series on Aug. 27 at noon.
A luxury lakefront neighborhood is back on the market of selling premium lots for upscale houses.
Stillwaters of Lake Robinson, a 50-acre gated residential community, has one new house under construction and several lots have closed or are near closing. Ten homes have been built on the almost 150 tiered lots overlooking the lake and toward the Cliffs at Glassy and Blue Ridge Mountains.
Singing “Jolene” to an appreciative panel of judges, Benton Blount of Greenville made it through Judges Cuts Tuesday night to advance to the next round of “America’s Got Talent”.
Blount’s next live performance will be at Radio City Music Hall.
The Riverside football program grew dramatically in the 2014 football season under new Head Coach Phil Smith.
The Warriors finished 5-7, made the playoffs, and recorded its first victory over Spartanburg County contender Boiling Springs in a tension-filled overtime thriller. Riverside looks for a talented group of young players to continue that success this season after losing a host of experienced seniors to graduation.
Six members of Media Women of South Carolina have been named national winners in the annual National Federation of Press Women (NFPW) communications contest.
Winners with name, place and category are:
Parents have an after school option that picks up children from school and takes them to the childcare facility.
The Eastside Family YMCA has opened registration for its 2015-2016 after school program that provides an active and learning environment for children.
The joy was unmistakable for Staff Sergeant Jason Livingston and his wife, Brandy.
They stood in their newly furnished living room at their home on North Rutherford Road. Surrounding them were two children, friends, neighbors and firemen from the Greer and Lake Cunningham Fire Departments.
Felicia Owens claimed the crown of Greer Idol in the season finale at Tunes in the Park on Friday.
Owens wowed the crowd and the judges with a three-song performance that brought down the house that Terry Stoddard and his band Encore had rocked during their first set.
An addition to an existing home and new roof was approved and a new Papa John’s restaurant was denied in appeals to the Greenville Spartanburg Airport Environs Planning Commission on Wednesday.
Neal Johnson’s variance request to build additional space and new roof onto his residence, a mobile home at 410 Chapel Road in Greer, was overturned by commissioners 2-1 with one commissioner abstaining.
Matt Grandy was appealing a compliance coordinator’s ruling denying a Papa John’s takeout-delivery restaurant at 8000 Pelham Road in Greenville. The location is housed near The Eagle Zone golf complex.
Fluoride could be eliminated from Greer’s water supply.
That is one of three options facing Greer Commission of Public Works as it begins a series of public presentations asking for input from its customers.
A family sit down restaurant is coming to Greer.
Culver’s Restaurants will build its third in the state, second in the upstate, and locate it at 1040 W. Wade Hampton Blvd.
Don’t be fooled by the resurfacing that is ongoing on Hwy. 101.
That has nothing to do with the estimated $2.8 million cost of relocating Mountain View Road into a 90-degree intersection at Locust Hill Road. But that construction is set to begin within two months.
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Lowes Foods put its first stake in the upstate today across from Riverside High School at Suber and Hammett Bridge Road.
Five singers will compete for $2,000 in prize money Friday as Greer Idol and Idol Teen end their seasons.
Encore will close out Tunes in the Park when it performs two sets Friday at 7 and 9 p.m. at the Greer City Park amphitheater.
Lowes Foods will hold a groundbreaking Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at its first store location in the Upstate.
The grocery store will be across from Riverside High School at the corner of Suber and Hammett Bridge Road.
Joe Masters worked at The Wood Mortuary as a teenager and, except for a tour of duty with the U.S. Navy during the Korean War, spent his entire working life in the industry.
Masters, from Greer, was a funeral director and embalmer for the Greer mortuary.