For an example of how a city can use Tax Increment Financing districts to encourage revitalization in certain areas, look no further than Greenville.
Last week, Greenville County Council unanimously agreed that a $135,000 grant from the South Carolina Public Safety Coordinating Council would be used to purchase 125 body cameras for the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office.
In the wake of high-profile police killings and misconduct incidents across the country, state and local law enforcement agencies are rapidly adopting body-worn cameras for their officers and deputies.
Once again, the Greenville Police Department has been pulled into the creepy clown mess. This time, the GPD had to respond to a silly social media nugget stating that an army of clowns were going to “purge” Greenville’s streets on Halloween
Venkat Krovi, a mechanical engineer and robotics expert, was at the University of Buffalo before joining Clemson’s automotive engineering department. One puzzle he’s trying to help solve is how computer-driven, or autonomous, vehicles can intermingle with vehicles driven by humans.
It’s Halloween time again, and that means people get interested in ghosts and haints. And that means people start watching the slasher films from the 1980s they stuffed away in a box of DVDs or they scan Netflix for something that will make the hairs on the back of their necks get tingly or they […]
The perfect beer and wine pairings for your stash of sweets The halloweekend is upon us. And to celebrate, I consulted two in-house Community Tap experts – Chad Musick, wine aficionado, and this year’s Battle of the Beer’s winner, Chris Phillips – to find the perfect pairings to accentuate your mini-sized confectionery. Whether you’re attending […]
Ghoul’s Night Out
A Turn in the Path
End-of-season gardening is probably my second-favorite gardening season because it can be a period to reset, reimagine and, most importantly, recycle.
The Nicholtown Community Garden began in 2010 with a grant the city received from Pepsi, along with help from St. Phillips Episcopal Church and the Nicholtown Neighborhood Association (NNA), dedicated to encouraging the residents to help themselves by growing food to feed their families.