John DeWorken may be running for a different seat on the Greenville City Council than he did two years ago, but he says the issues are the same.
Two of three Greenville City Council seats up for election this year will be contested.
Attorney Matt Johnson will seek Greenville City Council District 1 seat.
Amy Ryberg Doyle will not seek re-election to Greenville City Council.
More than a year and a half after the death of Greenville Uber driver and Design Review Board member Mike Mecklenburg, an arrest has been made.
Wade Hampton Boulevard could look like a completely different place if elements included in a draft strategic plan come to fruition.
Greenville City Council member Amy Ryberg Doyle announced Monday morning that she is running for the South Carolina Senate District 6 seat. The seat is being vacated by William Timmons,…
Across the country this summer, a once-popular children’s toy has emerged as an electric-powered ride-sharing device. Will Greenville join the craze? Not unless the Greenville City Council changes an ordinance…
Two things about to happen in the Laurens Road corridor — an expansion of the Swamp Rabbit Trail from Cleveland Park to Verdae and the completion of a sewer line serving the former Department of Motor Vehicles site and the surrounding area — are expected to lead to explosive growth in that area of the city.
The Greenville City Council Committee for Planning and Neighborhoods will discuss the annexation of the park on Mauldin Road at its meeting Monday.
On the heels of a contentious battle over whether a barricade that turned one block of McPherson Lane into a one-way street should be made permanent, the City of Greenville is changing its traffic calming process.
Castile, who was appointed Greenville’s city manager in July 2010, told City Council members that he is resigning, although he'll stay in the job for about three months.
Parks — from the city’s new signature park west of downtown to neighborhood parks scattered throughout the city to the venerable Cleveland Park — would be the big winners in Greenville’s proposed capital improvement plan for next year.
In a press conference Thursday morning, the city of Greenville unveiled the 2018 lineups for both the Thursday night Downtown Alive concert series, sponsored primarily by Piedmont Natural Gas, and the Main Street Fridays series, sponsored by Greenville Heritage Federal Credit Union.
When it comes to requests from city government, sidewalks are one of the most popular. But even with a stepped up NSTEP program, it would take Greenville generations to have sidewalks on at least one side of every city street.