Renovations are underway to the Peace Center’s Concert Hall, including replacement of the original 2,111 seats that have occupied the venue since 1990. The project...
White, who has served as mayor for 23 years, was honored for playing a role in the revitalization of downtown Greenville.
The banned bags include camera cases, briefcases, backpacks, cinch bags, and large purses. The only opaque bags allowed will be small clutch purses, according to the announcement.
The first project will begin in mid-August on a portion of the creek that flows through one of the city’s oldest and most popular greenspaces – McPherson Park.
After a developer proposed an office building on a piece of property along the banks of the Reedy River at the edge of Falls...
One year after Deputy Marcus Whitfield was shot in the head and killed in the line of duty, the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office and Whitfield’s family started a summer outreach program named after him for at-risk youth.
Clemson University students from South Carolina will see a $258 increase in tuition next year after the university’s board unanimously approved a 1.75 percent hike for undergraduate students Friday.
The Greenville City Council Committee for Planning and Neighborhoods will discuss the annexation of the park on Mauldin Road at its meeting Monday.
Greenville County School Board member Dana Rohleder has announced she will resign from her seat effective Aug. 8. Rohleder, a former teacher who has represented...
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.