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Riverside changed its culture, building off successful 4A season
JUL 28, 2015

The Riverside Warriors had plenty to cheer about last year – winning their first Region II-4A game and making the playoffs in arguably the toughest region in South Carolina high school football.
 
 

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.

 

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Lowes, Greer leaders celebrate groundbreaking with the 'Chicken Dance'
JUL 22, 2015

Lowes Foods President Tim Lowe led dignitaries in the

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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.

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Lowes Foods invites public to groundbreaking Wednesday across from Riverside HS
JUL 21, 2015

Lowes Foods will build its contemporary grocery store in Greer across from Riverside High School. The public is invited to Wednesday's groundbreaking.
 

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.

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Lowes Foods will build its first upstate grocery store in Greer
JUL 8, 2015

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Greer has been selected as the site for the first Lowes Foods grocery store in the greater Greer market.

Groundbreaking for the new store will be later this month at the corner of Suber Road and Hammett Bridge Road. It is across Riverside High School with the store’s tentative opening is mid-2016, GreerToday.com has learned.

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Youth learn police aren't bad people, chief says it's the media
JUL 8, 2015

Left to right: Lt. Jim Holcombe, Chief Dan Reynolds, Officer Shandrell Holcombe, School Resource Officers Ashley Wright (Greer Middle) and Joel Galli (Riverside Middle) presented certificates to the Youth Police Academy graduates.

Michael McDowell was among 14 middle school boys standing in the corridor of the Greer Municipal Complex courtroom.

“Look at him,” Brenda Lyle, his proud grandmother said. “He is standing straight, shoulders back and he has learned to sit proper.”

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