Greenville has fallen on the nation’s fastest-growing city list, but Mayor Knox White said that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
Nearly 4 out of 10 downtown workers would definitely or probably use a park and ride, and 1 in 4 would ride the bus if service were more frequent and had longer hours, according to a downtown area workforce transportation survey released Monday, July 16.
The free app is available through the App Store and Google Play by searching “GCSO” or texting “GCSO” to 95577.
Texas-based executive search firm Springsted|Waters is helping Greenville City Council find the city’s next manager.
The university is keeping its solar farm free of weeds with the help of a sheep farmer and his docile four-legged friends.
“There are so many moving parts that have gone into this new arrival," Greenville Zoo administrator Jeff Bullock said.
Greenville renters are more demanding that renters in other cities, according to a new report by Apartment List
Greenville’s iconic bridge is getting updates this year that include a fresh coat of paint for the first time since its construction.
Greenville has a new tool in its push for construction of new and preservation of existing affordable housing units.
Four projects that would provide new or preserve affordable housing are on the short list for loans in the first round of funding from the newly launched Greenville Housing Fund.
Arguably the city owns some of the most valuable and developable land in Greenville — 25 acres along the edges to a couple of blocks away from the new Unity Park. The city plans to use that land for new affordable housing to counter rising property values and housing costs around the park and in the surrounding neighborhoods near downtown that some say are squeezing lower income and working class residents out.
Arnett Muldrow & Associates, the Greenville-based consulting firm hired by the city to come up with a strategic plan for Wade Hampton Boulevard, creates survey to find out what public wants the corridor to look like in the future.
On June 18, Jason Hurdich received a special visit from the Greenville City Fire Department to install a hearing-impaired smoke alarm in his apartment at Waterside Greene on Woodruff Road.
It was a mystery that had stumped scholars for years: Who was Sam Aleckson?
Greenville City Hall is leaking — and repairs could carry a price tag of about $2.5 million.