Artisphere 2019

2019 Artisphere: 16 local artists you’ll see on Artist Row

Sixteen local artists will be on Artist Row in the 2019 Artisphere May 10-12. Here’s a look at who they are.
Centre Stage Greenville

Centre Stage announces leadership change

Thom Seymour Jr. will serve as Centre Stage’s interim executive and artistic…

Proposed development at Haywood and Pelham sent back to planning commission

Traffic is biggest roadblock to proposed development at Haywood and Pelham roads.
City of Greenville parking

New equipment = saved time for Spring Street garage parkers

There’s good news for motorists who park in Greenville’s Spring Street parking…
Seed library

Greenville County’s first seed library aims to simplify gardening

Growing your own food can be intimidating. Greenville County’s new Seed Library aims to simplify the process.

City will use hospital settlement money for Greenlink

Greenlink is getting an infusion of cash, thanks to the city of…
Greenville S.C. new city manager

Candidates in Greenville’s second search for a new city manager narrowed

Six candidates remain in the second search for Greenville’s new city manager.…

Greenville City Council candidate Lindsey Jacobs says everybody needs a seat at the table as Greenville grows

Lindsey Jacobs says all city residents need to have representation in city hall. That’s why she says she’s running for Greenville City Council.

John DeWorken takes another run at a Greenville City Council seat

John DeWorken may be running for a different seat on the Greenville City Council than he did two years ago, but he says the issues are the same.

Is church land part of the answer to Greenville’s affordable housing crisis? Some say yes.

Churches own more about 8.25 square miles of land in Greenville County. Could some of that land help address the county’s affordable housing crisis? Some say yes.

Detecting cancer: A new Prisma Health Cancer Institute initiative aims to identify, prevent cancer at its earliest molecular development

One question lingered in the back of Steve Johnson’s mind — was…

New CommunityWorks president sees opportunity for growth inside and outside Greenville

CommunityWorks. a nonprofit financial institution based in Greenville, works to move people and places out of poverty. Tammie Hoy-Hawkins, who will take over as president and CEO in January, says there’s plenty of work to do inside and outside Greenville County.

Big chunk of Greenville’s proposed capital improvement plan budget earmarked for Unity Park

More than one out of every five dollars in Greenville’s proposed $31.7…

Metropolitan Arts Council has record-breaking year in 2018

Metropolitan Arts Council has record-breaking year in 2018.

Two Greenville City Council races up for election this year will be contested

Two of three Greenville City Council seats up for election this year will be contested.