Writer: There may be no perfect solution, but the end goal should be to restore trust in the men and women who have taken an oath to protect the freedom of the people of our nation.
Greenville’s Racial Equity and Economic Mobility Commission's work is actually informed by startling economic data that our community must address.
Kameron’s eyes light up as he talks about making art through the Greenville Center for Creative Arts (GCCA) Aspiring Artists program.
Like many Greenville natives and tourists over the past several weeks, I’m proudly standing with the Wings of the City exhibit in Downtown Greenville – and more importantly, I’m standing…
Throughout this week we have been asked for reactions on our community’s response. Are we surprised? Are we concerned? Are we offended? The answer to all these questions is no. We are grateful.
This roadway is a typical, two-lane country road without sidewalks or street lights.
This bill would remove control from towns and cities to pass laws related to zoning for location and density of tobacco and vape shops and tobacco retail licensing.
This proposal will have wide and lasting negative effects on the city’s residents, business owners and the real estate market as it targets multifamily, commercial and industrial uses.
An open letter to Greenville City Council.
Dr. Wynn’s editorial states: “Our biggest lie began in 1619 when 20 enslaved Africans were brought to our shores.”
Editor’s note: This letter is in response to a letter to the editor authored by Dr. Baxter Wynn published in our April 2, 2021 print issue. We welcome input from…
As a child, I moved to Greenville from San Antonio, Texas in 1960, and my first memory was the small, dark lobby in the downtown airport with a chained sign over the water fountain saying, “Whites Only.”
Nonprofits have faced extreme transition and cutbacks during the pandemic while still providing their mission to the people that need it most.
The DHS calls the 2020 presidential election “the most secure in American history,” and yet the “Big Lie” that the election was stolen persists.
In the Upstate, 1,247 children live in uncertainty, separated from family, wondering what will happen next.