The reader says, to ensure our indoor air is free from secondhand smoke, Greer City Council must pass a comprehensive smoke-free ordinance.
The reader says, the northbound exit at Pelham Road is particularly troublesome.
The reader says, "we shouldn't forget how far we've progressed as a city thanks to long-term, strategic and smart leadership by Mayor White. He deserves a final term."
As he retires, Paul B. Wickensimer says he is looking forward to seeing what the future holds.
The author states, considering the deplorable condition of the streets and roads in Greenville County, the last thing that we need is to spend money to fix something that is not broken.
The Upstate, as everyone knows, is home to some outstanding restaurants and hotels.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month.
As president and CEO of Urban League of the Upstate, it is my priority to advocate for resources and tools needed for Black and other underserved communities to succeed in South Carolina.
On April 12, United Ministries will host the annual Uniting for Change luncheon, and Stephanie Land is the featured speaker.
The reader writes, "It is time for the region’s two largest entities — Greenville County Council and Greenville City Council — to set aside their egos and come together to build a modern state-of-the-art Emergency Communications Center."
The reader says, this issue certainly deserves more attention.
Now that Unity Park is open, two sides of a story have become prevalent.
The reader says everyone has the right to breathe clean, smoke-free air, including Greer residents.
The short-term rental conundrum creates myriad problems for Greenvillians.
Depression and anxiety affect my family and friends living in Greenville.