Russell Stall has had a hand in changing Greenville for more than two decades.
The SRT received more than 51,600 votes – a record for the contest.
“Nicole Shartzer is an amazing talent. She’s knowledgeable, compassionate, and a go-getter,” said Greenville Middle Academy Principal Nicky Andrews.
Greenville’s new Housing Trust Fund will focus on projects serving households with incomes between $15,000 and $55,000.
Trantham was one of four Republicans vying for the seat.
Many things in health care have changed tremendously since 1932 when the Sisters of St. Francis arrived in Greenville to run a hospital that...
If gentrification could be personified in an election, it would be last week’s Greenville City Council District 2 race.
In a traditional university teaching program, education majors spend 12 weeks in the last semester of their senior year in a classroom as a student teacher. But a new program at Clemson University will give education students a more complete picture of what teaching entails through a residency that encompasses an entire school year from start to finish.
The GOP's candidates stood to diminish the much-needed diversity of City Council and give the business and development community greater influence.
Would you believe it: the City of Greenville's recycling participation rate is now at 70 percent.
Listen up, anybody who has to travel on Woodruff Road, for some good news. A new connector road that is expected to cut traffic on Woodruff Road by more than 20 percent will be one step closer to reality on Monday.
A program to keep middle school students in the White Horse Road corridor in school and on a path to high school graduation is showing promising results.
Tatu's birth was watched by thousands around the world when it was streamed by EarthCam.
Over the last few weeks across Greenville County, you may have noticed a growing number of blue T-shirts with two simple words printed in bold white letters across the front: “Live United.” The shirts are mementos for United Way donors and volunteers who have answered the call to action on the front to make a difference in our community.
Our city’s arts community has significantly diversified over the past decade, and this weekend event showcases the talent and professionalism of the visual artists who work and live in our community. Each year since the event’s beginning in 2002, Greenville Open Studios has grown to include artists in virtually every neighborhood throughout the county.