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Ordinance change would allow Spero’s Pete’s Original Too to rebuild

Rebuilding of Spero’s Pete’s Original Too, a restaurant left in ruin by an explosion that followed a 2014 flash flood, would be possible under a proposed change to Greenville’s stormwater ordinance.

When it comes to competing for sports tourism dollars, Greenville County...

While hosting big events such as the NCAA basketball tournament and Bassmasters garner all the headlines, youth and amateur adult sports events pump millions into Greenville County’s economy. What is Greenville County’s plan to continue to attract them in an increasingly competitive environment?

BMW Charity Pro-Am presented by SYNNEX Corporation to welcome new and...

Reality stars Willie Robertson (“Duck Dynasty”) and Shep Rose (“Southern Charm”) along with Super Bowl champion Aaron Rodgers are among the celebrities who will participate in the BMW Charity Pro-Am presented by SYNNEX Corporation, organizers announced on Wednesday.

Greenville County Sheriff Will Lewis indicted, suspended by governor

Greenville County Sheriff Will Lewis has been suspended by Governor Henry McMaster after he was indicted on charges of misconduct in office and obstruction of justice.

Environmental groups continue fight against Kinder Morgan after Fourth Circuit revives...

The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday ruled that Greenville-based nonprofit Upstate Forever and the Savannah Riverkeeper can proceed with their federal Clean Water Act lawsuit against Kinder Morgan Energy Partners.

Clemson University making space for new Business College building

Clemson University is moving more than 80,000 cubic yards of earth to create the space for its new College of Business building, which is part of a new academic precinct that will ultimately occupy 600,000 to 700,000 square feet of building space.

Glass recycling returns to Greenville

Greenville residents have not had any place to recycle glass since the city, county, and several other area municipalities stopped accepting it in its curbside recycle bins or recycle centers.

Federal judge who presided over Dylann Roof trial: South Carolina has...

It would appear to some that South Carolina is not a tolerant place. But that's far from the truth, said Richard Gergel, a U.S. District Court Judge in Charleston.

Greenville Police Chief testifies at Senate subcommittee hearing on fentanyl

Greenville Police Chief Ken Miller testified before a U.S. subcommittee on Wednesday at a hearing centered on fentanyl and the opioid crisis.

Greenville superintendent gets one-year contract extension

Greenville County Schools Superintendent Dr. W. Burke Royster received a one-year contract extension Wednesday.

Newly launched Greenville Housing Fund seeks affordable housing project proposals until...

The newly launched Greenville Housing Fund will accept letters of intent until April 13 from developers of affordable and workforce housing for its first round of loans.

Furman earns top honor for sustainability efforts

The university was recently awarded a STARS gold rating from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.

Greenville County Councilman Fred Payne to retire after 12 years

Payne represents District 28, which includes portions of southern Greenville County.

North Greenville University’s transformation continues

It was like any other Wednesday night church meeting in the mountains in northern Greenville County until John Ballenger raised his hand and made a request.

Greenville’s first homeless coordinator outlines short-term goals

McLarty said her most immediate goal is to finalize an emergency housing crisis response plan in case another large residential property or motel is condemned and those who live there are displaced.

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