Greenville County voters will return to the polls on Tuesday to help decide the winners of four statewide primary races. In addition to the Republican...
The cubs are the first set of triplets born at the zoo since 2006.
Frontier Airlines will become the sixth airline to offer flights from Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport when it begins service on Sept. 8.
Former South Carolina Governor and U.S. Education Secretary Dick Riley will be honored for his public leadership and commitment to quality education for all children with a sculpture in downtown Greenville.
A U.S. Army tank has been stationed between the tennis courts and the basketball courts at Greenville’s Gower Park since the 1990s, but it may not be there for much longer.
Removing the streets from state control would give the city flexibility in streetscaping and road design.
Here are the results of the 2018 June 12 primary elections.
The interactive exhibit features more than a dozen butterfly species that are native to the Southeast.
The two-lane road, called the PNG Connector, will give motorists a way to get to popular destinations on Woodruff Road without having to actually get on the traffic-choked road itself.
Bookended by the new NorthPointe mixed-use development and Bob Jones University, Wade Hampton Boulevard's corridor into the city possesses great potential for growth. It's a...
Greenville County voters will go to the polls Tuesday for primaries to decide the Republican or Democratic nominees in nine local and state races. In many cases, the winner of the primary will likely win that office since no other candidates filed to run for the seat. They’ll also decide which of a long grocery list of candidates will appear on the ballot in November to replace U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy.
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has once again sided with Greenville-based nonprofit Upstate Forever and the Savannah Riverkeeper in their federal Clean...
By the end of December 2018, American will offer up to 21 daily nonstop departures from GSP to six destinations.
Greenville County Mental Health, Furman University, and the Phoenix Center are among the winners of this year’s Healthy Greenville 2036 grants.
The creation of Cancer Survivors Park, Greenville’s newest and perhaps most unique park, in many ways mirrors the journey on which those it is meant to serve find themselves.