Four elected City Council members were sworn in Monday.
All four city council candidates took time from campaigning to come to our office recently for an in-depth discussion on the issues.
City Council voted to appropriate $425,021 in the General Fund for Greenlink at the May 13 formal City Council meeting, bringing the City’s total funding for transit to $4,187,904 (including…
Greenville’s parking garages are going coinless and, for most hourly parkers, that means they’ll end up paying more. The first hour will remain free, but the second hour will cost…
Streetlights could soon be used to improve cellphone service and wireless networks in downtown Greenville.
Greenville City Council candidate Matt Cotner is focused on the city’s future.
Former Greenville Forward Executive Director Russell Stall said Wednesday he plans to run for the Greenville City Council seat now held by Gaye Sprague. Sprague announced Tuesday she would not seek re-election to one of the Council’s two at-large seats. She has held that office since 2009.
Most people who took a City of Greenville survey on affordable housing say more of it is needed, but few want it in their neighborhood.
Who will be the latest savior of the historic Beattie House, the third oldest homes in Greenville? The answer may be found among the sealed bids received by a Friday deadline for the antebellum home built by Greenville businessman Fountain Fox Beattie in 1834, which most recently served as the home of the Greenville Women’s Club.
Front Row: Greenville City Council
Action could help make way for family entertainment venue, townhomes
‘Transformational’ corridor developments advance
“We just feel that it’s become obvious that he’s not the person that Simpsonville needs right now,” said Curtis. “We want him to have the ability to move forward in his career.”
Council also approves road abandonment
Development-related items dominated the Greenville City Council meeting Monday night.