City Council has asked for a pay raise. Do you think they deserve it?

Each week, we ask our readers their opinion on hot button issues.

Rare leopard cubs debut at Greenville Zoo

The male and female cubs were born earlier this year but had to spend the first few months of their life in a private enclosure.

Greenville hosts Michael J. Fox bike ride for Parkinson’s research

Proceeds will go to organizations researching Parkinson’s disease, a neurological disorder that effects a person’s ability to control body movement. 

United Way announces $17M fundraising goal for Greenville County

The fundraising goal was announced last week during the organization’s annual kick-off event at the TD Convention Center.

Meet the Asheville chef who thinks vegetables are the best part of the meal

Asheville, N.C.-based chef Justin Burdett plans to help us appreciate the culinary possibilities of veggies by preparing an organic, plant-based dinner at next week’s Euphoria food festival.

State Rep. Eric Bedingfield to resign next year

Bedingfield will use his remaining time in the legislature to combat the state’s opioid epidemic.

Duke Energy awards $75K to the Riley Institute

The grant will benefit ConnectionsSC, a program that aims to advance diversity leadership among education and law enforcement professionals across the state.

Furman names new police chief

John Milby served 25 years as a member of the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office in Nevada before coming to Furman University in 2015.

Community Spotlights: Fall for Greenville, Hughes Academy, and more

Highlights in your community this week.

Report: Health gap widens between Greenville and rest of the U.S.

People who live in rural Appalachia, which includes six South Carolina counties, generally suffer from poorer health than other Americans.