Barreto: We need to get rid of Main Street

Picture a portion of Main Street being a dedicated pedestrian district where constant bumper-to-bumper traffic is replaced with more outdoor dining.

We should finish the VC Summer reactors and repeal the Base Load Act

‘My hope is that construction will restart and the reactors will be completed’

Op-Ed: It’s time for common sense on climate change

Climate change deniers are either ill-informed, or worse, disingenuous. 

Cartoon: You can deep-fry almost everything, right?

Poké has yet to pique everyone’s flavor palette.

McLarty: Speak up about the need for affordable housing

You are invited to attend the Greenville Legislative Delegation on October 9 at 5:30 p.m. at County Square

OPINION: Leadership is Greenville’s Greatest Strength

We all need to stay engaged in making Greenville even better.

OPINION: Governor McMaster’s Refugee Plan is Wrong

In 2017, we are in the midst of the worst refugee crisis in recorded history. There are over 65 million forcibly displaced persons worldwide, 22.5 million refugees, over half of whom are children. 

OPINION: A special ed diagnosis shouldn’t predetermine a child’s path

Less than half of the students who are labeled special ed in South Carolina graduate from high school.

Young Dem head on NFL controversy: America is more than its flag and its anthem

It has not always been easy or popular to criticize America. Yet it has always been necessary to make her the nation she can be.

Cartoon: Irma’s impact on school closings

A hurricane’s effects reach far beyond physical damage.

Butch Kirven: High-density residential developments are essential to meet the county’s needs

The county has a responsibility to help shape land-development policies attuned to the citizens’ interests and preferences.

Mimi Wyche: It’s time to talk about depression and anxiety

Unaddressed depression and anxiety can lead to emotional collapse, even suicide.

CARTOON: College football coverage

Admit it: Wouldn’t it be nice to watch a football game for a change and not be battered with a bunch of needless chatter?

How MedEx made a lasting impact on one first-generation college student

Greenville Health System’s MedEx Academy helps identify and encourage high school and college students interested in pursuing a career in health care.