Greer Ed Driggers

Greer’s City administrator to retire

“After more than 30 years of public service and 13 years in the private sector, I look forward to this next chapter in my life,” said Ed Driggers.

Holiday planner for the Upstate in 2019

Don’t miss out on all of the wonderful events happening in the Upstate this holiday season.
Greenville foster family

Ingram working behind the scenes when it comes to adoption law

Trey Ingram is the father to seven children, two of which came from foster care and adoption.

The city is offering free parking for Thanksgiving holiday

Don’t miss out on free parking this Thanksgiving.
Greenville County Square

County Square redevelopment vote delayed

No future date has been set for rescheduling the rezoning votes in city council

Sponsored: Giving thanks to conservation districts

Across the United States, nearly 3,000 conservation districts work to conserve and promote healthy soils, water, forests and wildlife. The Greenville County Soil and Water Conservation District is one of them.
Haywood Mall

New app helps holiday shoppers reserve parking spots at Haywood Mall

The app launched Nov. 21 and offers convenient parking options to help combat holiday traffic. 
Cord cutting

Streaming Sensation: a guide to navigating the new world of streaming options

At last count, we tallied 23 major streaming services available nationwide (if you want to subscribe to them all, it’ll cost you about $652 a month, or $7,824 a year).
Health insurance

Bright Health’s entry brings second ACA health insurance option to Upstate residents

Competition just changed the field.
Greenville traffic

City wants to make holidays happier for Woodruff Road motorists

The City of Greenville is again taking preventive measures to help manage traffic on Woodruff Road this holiday season.

Check out vintage toys from the ’70s-’90s during second annual Retro-Toy Convention

The Retro-Toy Convention is this weekend at Embassy Suites.
BMW Charity Pro-Am

More than $560,000 donated by BMW Charity Pro-Am

The charity event has raised more than $13.6 million since its founding 19 years ago.
Jimmy Tremble Scholarship

Eastside High senior wins national Young Marines award

On Oct. 26, a Greenville-native 17-year-old named Walter Patton was given a national award at a ceremony at the National Archives, in Washington, D.C.

St. Joseph’s Ava Dobson runs 16:58, new top time in state

Ava Dobson’s time is ranked 15th in the nation, according to
Fountain Inn

Earth moving event: Community leaders break ground for 21st century high school

“I ride by here twice a day to see what’s going on,” says Principal Maureen Tiller. “They are really rocking and rolling out here, getting things done.”