The trust is a county program overseen by a 12-member, council-appointed, volunteer board and serves as a funding resource to protect land and historic resources in Greenville County.
Get to Know Your Customers Day was a great reminder that we should be engaging with our residents to have a better understanding of their needs.
The City of Greenville has seven fire stations. They provide emergency response capabilities to the residents in battling fires, chemical hazards and explosive hazards due to structural or vehicular incidents.…
Greenville County Council showed their commitment to conservation by committing $2 million over the next two years to the Greenville County Historic and Natural Resources Trust — a program unanimously…
Two County Council approved fees designed to address vital local infrastructure needs — public safety and roads — were recently thrown out by the state’s highest court.
In an article published on Jan. 7, 2021, the Greenville Journal asked readers if Greenville County is up to the challenge of protecting our natural resources. The answer to that…
We often celebrate creativity in young people, overlooking the fact that many of the artists who’ve shaped history created some of their best works after the age of 55.
What, exactly, is an alliance for fair health care and why is it needed?
While time is an important factor for commuters, other factors should also be considered when choosing a transportation mode.
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…
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.