Greenville Police Chief Ken Miller tenders resignation

Deputy Chief Howie Thompson will continue to serve as Interim Police Chief.

Restaurants open in Greenville during Christmas

Here are some restaurants that will be open for Christmas Eve and Day.
Greenville Journal

Photo gallery: 2019 Greenville Journal covers

See gallery for the complete 2019 Greenville Journals cover photos.
Greer Ed Driggers

Greer’s City administrator to retire

“After more than 30 years of public service and 13 years in the private sector, I look forward to this next chapter in my life,” said Ed Driggers.
Greenville City Council

Greenville City Council candidate preview: In their words, on the issues

All four city council candidates took time from campaigning to come to our office recently for an in-depth discussion on the issues.

Republican City Council candidate George Fletcher on the issues

Fletcher is running against Dorothy Dowe for the council’s at-large seat.

Democrat City Council candidate Dorothy Dowe on the issues

Dowe is running against George Fletcher for the council’s at-large seat.

Democrat City Council candidate Matt Johnson on the issues

Johnson is running against John DeWorken for the District 1 seat.
Greenville Journal

Expected inclement weather, Halloween to delay this week’s Greenville Journal delivery

Delivery of The Greenville Journal will start Thursday night after 10 p.m.

Republican City Council candidate John DeWorken on the issues

DeWorken is running against Matt Johnson for the District 1 seat.
Run4yourlife

Run4Life raising funds for local cancer patients, research

Caine Halter’s family, friends and colleagues established the fundraiser in his honor after his death to lung cancer.

Greenville Drive holding Veterans Day event

The free, Nov. 10 event will feature the Warbirds Flyover Team, a concert by country star Darryl Worley, a keynote from Lieutenant Governor Pamela Evette and more.
High speed rail

Greenville weighs in on Atlanta to Charlotte high speed rail

The Greenville community attended an open house Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. at County Square to share their opinions about a high speed rail from Atlanta to Charlotte.
Students

Read Up wants students to fall in love with books

The Oct. 19 festival features author panels, book signings and more.
Greenville County Square

Proposed zoning modification will now go before city council

City Council will now have the final say after the commission’s 5-2 approval.