Here’s how you can be 1 of only 600 people allowed to view the eclipse from the top of two GVL parking garages

Only 600 people will be allowed to view Monday’s total solar eclipse from the top deck of a City of Greenville parking garage.

Greenville PD: If you see Bigfoot, don’t shoot

The Greenville Police Department has some advice to anybody who thinks they’ve seen Bigfoot in the city — don’t shoot.

Police to close top decks on all garages except two during eclipse

Greenville officials say one of the biggest concerns is people gathering on rooftops that are not engineered for rooftop gatherings. The extra weight can cause buildings to be structurally undermined, potentially causing a roof collapse.

New Augusta trolley route has no stops in Alta Vista neighborhood

“When the trolleys were discussed, a lot of folks thought it would be great to have stops in the neighborhood. But there’s a difference between wanting a stop and having that stop near your house.”

Work begins on new public plaza in Village of West Greenville

The roughly 5,000-square-foot plaza will feature lights strung from rooftop to rooftop, one-of-a-kind cast-iron light poles donated by local businessman and community leader Richard Heusel, and public art as a nod to the area’s thriving arts scene.

Downtown streetlights could improve your cellphone service

Walk down Greenville’s Main Street and you’ll be hard pressed to go a block without seeing people using their smartphones to search a list of restaurants to help them determine where they want to eat dinner, watch the latest viral video, and to check email.

City officials nearing agreement on Augusta Street fire station

City officials are nearing an agreement with a developer that would allow the city to build a new fire station to serve Augusta Street, Fire Chief Stephen Kovalcik said.

City Council finalizes purchase of Reedy River site

Greenville City Council on Monday night gave final approval to a contract for the city to purchase property on the banks of the Reedy River at the edge of Falls Park where a developer had proposed to build an office building.

Internet Crimes Against Children unit makes 21 arrests

One arrest led to the uncovering of one of the largest caches of child pornography in South Carolina history, according to Sheriff Will Lewis.

Survey: Greenville residents confident in police, believe city is safe

More African-Americans have positive perceptions of the Greenville Police Department than did in 2014, although the percentage still lags significantly behind that of white residents.

120 voters turned away from polls last month — here’s why

If you plan to vote in this November’s city council contests, you’re going to want to read this.

Greenville County deputies find ‘Gray Death,’ large amounts of heroin during traffic stops

One of the most dangerous drugs on the streets has finally made its way to the Upstate, according to officials.

County unveils interactive map to connect people to health care, other services

The map allows users to locate bus stops, parks, educational institutions, affordable housing, health centers, and more throughout Greenville County.

Group to protest proposed Trump cuts to Amtrak lines

Greenville would be among the 220 cities that would lose rail passenger service if President Donald J. Trump’s proposed budget is adopted. On Friday, June 23, Greenville will be one of at least 20 cities where Rally for Trains rallies will be held in protest of Trump’s measure.