Sheriff Will Lewis denies sexual assault allegations, admits to ‘consensual encounter’

Lewis said the encounter was “a moral failure that he has to take up with his family.” 

Let us help you decide who to vote for City Council

Two Greenville City Council seats are up for grabs on Nov. 7. The Greenville Journal talked to the candidates — Lillian Brock Flemming, Matt Cotner, Russell Stall and John DeWorken — about the most pressing issues in Greenville.

Greenville County Council member arrested on assault charge

A Greenville County Councilman has been charged in connection with an Oct. 4 incident at an Upstate restaurant and bar.

Protestors schedule anti-Trump rally on day of presidential visit

Participating organizations include the Democratic Party, Planned Parenthood, Young Democrats, and Black Lives Matter.

GPD Chief Ken Miller on crowd safety at Fall for Greenville

“People have to remember that events go on daily across the country and occur without incident. But when they do happen, we learn from them.”

Greenville City Council one step away from pay raise

Greenville City Council members are one step away from a pay raise.

Trump coming to Greenville Oct. 16, Post and Courier reports

Trump will be helping out early supporter, Gov. Henry McMaster.

SC still ranked high in domestic violence

This is the sixth year in a row that South Carolina has ranked in the Top 5 states for women killed by men.

How a stormwater ordinance is preventing Pete’s Original Too from being rebuilt

Under the City of Greenville’s stormwater ordinance, construction is prohibited within a floodway.

Greenville City Council considers salary increase

Greenville City Council members are talking about increasing salaries — theirs.

State Rep. Eric Bedingfield to resign next year

Bedingfield will use his remaining time in the legislature to combat the state’s opioid epidemic.

New Verdae fire station helps Greenville Fire Department earn highest ISO rating

Construction of the new Verdae fire station, a new community risk reduction coordinator, and a new engine company with additional firefighters helped the Greenville Fire Department earn a Public Protection Class 1 designation.

GPD Foundation raising money to buy attachable lights for officer firearms

When it comes to Greenville Police officers on a nighttime call and what they need to remain safe, the math doesn’t quite add up. Police Chief Ken Miller said officers need three items to be safe — a radio, a gun and a light. The problem is officers only have two hands. The newest fundraising campaign by the Greenville Police Foundation aims to help by equipping officers with lights that attach to their firearms.

Former SC Gov. Nikki Haley lands Time mag cover

Landing on the cover of Time is the first step every serious presidential candidate has to take.