"Everyone loved Trude ... Greenville was richly blessed by her embrace," Greenville Mayor Knox White said in a statement.
Former Greenville Mayor Max Heller, patron saint of the city’s downtown renaissance, died Monday at 92. That downtown today is often compared to European cities’ tree lined streets and profusion…
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A photographic journey down Main Street gives us a glimpse of the evolution and heritage of the heart of our city.
Former City Councilman George Fletcher argues for a Vision 2045 plan that would drive Greenville forward into the future.
"I grew up with stories from the Holocaust from those who survived."— Francie Heller, daughter of Max and Trude Heller
The first major anchor came with the opening of the Peace Center and Gunter Theatre in 1990.
The formation of the Greenville Central Area Partnership under the leadership of Bob Bainbridge proved to be an instrumental organization for bringing new ideas, plans and events for pushing progress forward.
The '70s were bookended by two major civic projects — one that failed miserably and one that would be the foundation of the city’s long-term revitalization.
The 1960s were a very transitional decade for Greenville. It remained a world textile leader, adding such facilities as Woodside’s Beattie plant in Fountain Inn, Stone Manufacturing’s Cherrydale plant and Fiber Industries Inc.’s new Nylon 66 plant.
The Greenville Drive on July 19 introduced Mayor Knox White as the honoree for the team’s annual Green Day celebration on Aug. 4 at Fluor Field. The honor goes to…
John Dullea served as a city manager for over 40 years in six cities, including 20 years with the City of Greenville.
Home to The Piedmont Shirt Company, it employed hundreds and supported dozens of suppliers.
Chris Stone has served in his current role since being recruited in 1996
Today Greenvillians are familiar with the Simpsonville area called Five Forks, where Batesville, Scuffletown, South Bennettsville and Five Forks roads all intersect near each other. The name Five Points will be much less familiar to locals, but it was once a primary downtown destination.