A logging truck that crashed into a building on Highway 14 sent four people to the hospital and involved 11 vehicles, according to the Greer Police Department.
The accident occurred about 2 p.m. at Hwy. 14 and Chandler Road when the cab of the logging truck crashed into Jimmy’s Garage and the trailer landed on its side, according to officials.
It started with a tweet.
On Dec. 28, Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center tweeted photos of babies wrapped in blankets that read “Beat Clemson, 12-31-16, #BuckeyeBaby.”
Most parents of infants are well-advised of certain dangers. However, there is one safety risk that doesn’t get much attention. Nearly 24,000 children are in accidents involving shopping carts each year, many suffering cuts, bruises, broken limbs and even head and brain injuries.
Leon Ferguson Few, a decedent of a signer of the United States Constitution, died Tuesday. He was 103.
Leon Few was a farmer, former prison superintendent, a local historian and grocery store owner. He was the oldest member of Fews Chapel United Methodist Church.
My wife and I have been married for 12 years. Last month we found out she has terminal cancer and only six months to live. We’ve been fortunate enough to become fairly wealthy during our lives together, and she wants to buy me a boat. We always went fishing together, and her last wish is for me to have the boat I’ve always wanted. Even with this prognosis, I’ll be OK financially when she’s gone. Still, I can’t stand the thought of this. It’s just too painful. Do you have any advice?
A Thai cuisine restaurant will open in downtown Greer in the first quarter of 2017.
Chon will be located in the former Greer Station Diner at 219 Trade Street, next door to GreerToday.com
Pork Rinds & Snacks, LLC, a Spartanburg establishment, is recalling approximately 7,629 pounds of pork skin products that may be contaminated with Salmonella, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced Thursday.
The ready-to-eat pork skin items were produced on various dates between Sept. 27, 2016 and Dec. 13, 2016. The following products are subject to recall:
Traveling is never fun on the holidays without knowing what restaurants may be open and their hours.
Here's one of the best kept secrets for travelers: hospital cafeterias are open to feed staff, patients and visitors and most often have turkey with the trimmings. The Dogwood Cafe,with Chef Sam Kleckley, at Pelham Medical Center and the cafeteria at Greer Memorial Hospital will be open. Both cafeterias are routine stops during the week and Sundays, too.
Tickets are on sale for the City of Greer’s 15th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Celebration Luncheon scheduled Jan. 16 at the Events Center at Greer City Hall. The event is an annual sellout.
The keynote speaker is Rev. Curtis L. Johnson, senior pastor of Valley Brook Outreach Baptist Church in Pelzer in 1993. A native of Greenville, Johnson served in the United States Air Force for four years and earned his Master of Divinity Degree from Gardner-Webb University. He founded MLK Dream Weekend, a community-wide celebration for the King Holiday that has, over the past decade, drawn more than 17,000 participants and raised more than $500,000 in scholarship funds.
There is a player in the Greer banking community making a pitch to become the community bank of choice.
Since Carolina Financial Corporation, operating under CresCom Bank, announced its acquisition of Greer State Bank on Nov. 8, for $45 million, one bank in particular, is publicly promoting its credentials to lure customers to their institutions.
According to Ebates, the top grossing holiday movie since 1980 is Home Alone, which made $285.8 million.
Here are some movie facts, trivia and background on holiday movies.
Top-grossing Christmas movies since 1980
Jim Benson was awarded an honorary degree at the Greenville Technical College commencement exercises last week.
Benson established a business in Greer at the age of 17, hauling used cars from Pennsylvania back to Greer to be sold. With the money he earned, he established a used car lot, and before he was 21, established a Chrysler franchise. Today, that one dealership has turned into seven, an amazing success story that began in Greer.
Alex Love’s documentary series concludes this year with separate videos featuring the Riverside boys and girls state champion cross country teams.
Cate Ambrose, the girls state champion, and teammates Ashley Fallow and Abigail describe the path to their dominant finish.
Here are some last-minute gift ideas from greater Greer merchants that may be ordered online or by visiting the businesses before the holidays. Some merchants are offering special deals.
Few things elicit panic like getting caught shopping for gifts at the last minute with the holidays just around the corner. If you've waited until the last week before Christmas to get started, you're not alone.
With shopping left to do and such a short amount of time to do it, snagging exactly what everyone on your list (assuming you've already started your list, at least) wants at a price that won't break the bank will require some serious creativity and resourcefulness. Before you resort to panic mode, take advantage of these tips to help you wrap up your holiday shopping.
All eight 419-foot towers of the iconic New New York Tappan Zee Bridge project has been put in place by a Fluor-led team.
Construction of the eight sleek, chamfered-designed concrete towers – four on both the eastbound and westbound spans – began in the late summer of 2015. The towers will support the 2,230-foot cable-stayed main span. The project team will install a total of 192 stay cables ranging in length from 190 feet to 623 feet.
Retiring English professor Dr. Cathy Sepko told the approximately 180 members of North Greenville University’s 2016 December graduating class on Dec. 9 that, no matter how bleak their past has been, they should learn from it and look to the future.
Sepko, known by her students as a storyteller, explained to the graduates just why she loves to tell stories.
North Greenville University's theatre production of “Nora's House” has been invited to participate in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) 47 at Georgia Southern State University in Statesboro, Ga., Feb. 8-11.
The cast will compete on Feb. 9 and will also be considered for national awards recognizing outstanding achievement in production, design, direction, and performance.