City Council to consider resolution for City Park funding

Greenville City Council is expected to soon consider a resolution that would commit $2 million a year for construction of City Park, the city’s signature park on the west side.

City would pay $4 million for Camperdown property

The City of Greenville would pay $4 million for property on the banks of the Reedy River at the edge of Falls Park that was the site of the proposed 55 Camperdown office building, according to a non-binding letter of intent to be considered by City Council on Monday.

Greenville Schools: Students don’t have to watch Trump inauguration in class

Parents of Greenville County Schools students can opt their children out of watching President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration in class on Friday.

Centre Stage announces 2017-18 Main Stage shows

While there are some familiar titles in Centre Stage’s 2017-18 Main Stage lineup, there are some not-so-familiar plays and musicals scheduled, too. It’s possible because of the trust the theater has built up in recent years, Centre Stage’s Executive Artistic Director Glenda ManWaring said.

New Verdae Blvd fire station should improve lagging response times

A new fire station on Verdae Boulevard should open in early February, impacting residents on the city’s far eastside that now fall well short of the national standard.

Scenes from Saturday’s Clemson national championship parade

Photos by Jack Lukow Tens of thousands of fans lined the streets of downtown Clemson and tens of thousands more waited in Death Valley to celebrate the Tigers’ first national football championship since 1981. After the parade wound its way from College Avenue to Death Valley, the 2016 National Champions touched Howard’s Rock and ran […]

Proposed new trolley routes cover Cleveland Park, Village of West Greenville

One of the city’s new trolleys would serve Augusta Street, Cleveland Park and the Greenville Zoo while the other would serve and the Village of West Greenville under routes unveiled by the Greenlink Monday afternoon.

Beattie House sale approved, to become private residence

Greenville’s historic Beattie House will once again become a private residence.

Council approves more affordable housing funding, changes police review board

Council has approved changing the name of the Commission on Fire and Police Practices to better reflect the board’s mission. The new name will be the Public Safety Citizen Review Board.

The Power of Words

Chautauqua’s 2017 season features those who incited or inspired change with their words

Warehouse Theatre names new leadership

The Warehouse Theatre announced on Wednesday new leadership, including a Producing Director who worked on a Tony Award nominated musical, a Pulitzer Prize finalist and a TIME Magazine Best Musical.

Greenville County Schools on two-hour delay Wednesday

Greenville County Schools and offices will open on a 2-hour delay Wednesday and buses will not run on icy roads.

Ann Wilson of Heart to play at Peace Center

Ann Wilson of Heart will play at the Peace Center on March 23.

Tigers to arrive at GSP at 3:30, in Clemson at 4:30

The National Champions Clemson Tigers are expected back in the Upstate around 3:30 p.m. Tuesday afternoon.

Clemson National Championship merch is already hot

Clemson’s thrilling 35-31 victory was barely in the books Monday night (actually Tuesday morning if you want to be technical) and Tiger fans were lined up to buy T-shirts, sweatshirts and other swag to commemorate the second national championship in school history.