Tuesday, April 25th 4:00 – 6:30 PM Greenville Tech NW Campus Plans for the Historic Berea School property will be presented for the community to review. The presentation will be for Legacy Charter School and will be held by SC Development Consultants will include concept drawings and information. You will have a chance to ask questions and voice concerns about the proposed project. The property is currently owned by Greenville County and this meeting is not hosted by the county. http://www.legacycharterschool.com


A historically themed mural planned for Berea Station

Berea Stations Events, Inc. is pleased to announce a new initiative to celebrate and preserve the history of the Berea community.  Berea, A Look Back is a multiphase project partnership consisting of local artist, Adam C. Schrimmer, Berea High School students, and teachers, along with community residents. With initial grant funding provided by the Metropolitan Arts Council of Greenville, students will conduct interviews with residents to capture the extensive oral history of the region.  From these collected stories and historical narrative, a visual representation of the community’s history will be featured in a panoramic mural located along the Swamp Rabbit … Continue Reading →


This State Champion has never competed at her school.

Berea High School has not held a track meet in 16 years because of an outdated track and lack of proper equipment. Find out how you can help. Kennedy Dennis may make it to the Olympics. Kennedy Dennis, Class of 2017 at Berea High School and the reigning three-time state champion in girls’ track, was not always leaving her friends and competitors in the dust. Download a printable brochure and help spread the word about the BHS Track Team Needs. Her journey began when she was 7 years old.  At a community center summer camp, a chaperone noticed how much … Continue Reading →

Berea community needs help saying no to night clubs

It seems like Berea Community members are continuously trying to stop a night club from operating late at night. There have been increase in litter, shootings, fights and massive amounts of inebriated traffic at all hours of the night around previous clubs. These clubs run later than those downtown because they are outside the city limits and usually have been located at on Cedar Lane Road (where the bowling alley & Sky City use to be). Now is your chance to stop them from opening up another. Anyone within a 5 miles radius of the Bridges Nightclub at 1310 Cedar Lane Road … Continue Reading →