Street Performers

Music to our ears: Street performers enrich Greenville’s city culture

Meet three of Greenville’s street performers: a 9-year-old kid, “The Hello Kitty Guy,” and an electric violinist.

Michelin donates $1 million for Unity Park’s Reedy restoration 

Greenville’s new Unity Park recently received $1 million from The Michelin Corporate Foundation to aid in protecting and restoring part of the Reedy River.
City of Greenville parking

New equipment = saved time for Spring Street garage parkers

There’s good news for motorists who park in Greenville’s Spring Street parking…
City of Greenville recycling

City of Greenville to host shredding and e-waste recycling event

City of Greenville residents and businesses will have the opportunity to dispose…
Greenlink

City will use hospital settlement money for Greenlink

Greenlink is getting an infusion of cash, thanks to the city of…
Greenville S.C. new city manager

Candidates in Greenville’s second search for a new city manager narrowed

Six candidates remain in the second search for Greenville’s new city manager.…

Is church land part of the answer to Greenville’s affordable housing crisis? Some say yes.

Churches own more about 8.25 square miles of land in Greenville County. Could some of that land help address the county’s affordable housing crisis? Some say yes.

Big chunk of Greenville’s proposed capital improvement plan budget earmarked for Unity Park

More than one out of every five dollars in Greenville’s proposed $31.7…

City of Greenville aims to protect the environment

Recently, officials added plastic bags to the list of unacceptable recycling materials…

Weekender: St. Patrick’s Day events & road closures to know about

Two popular St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in Downtown Greenville are going to…

Five years after Scott Towers implosion, redevelopment work begins

Work on the redevelopment of the site where Scott Towers once stood will begin this week, more than five years after the public housing high-rise for seniors and the disabled on Augusta Street was imploded.
Greenville traffic

New connector expected to alleviate congestion on Woodruff Road

Relief from some Woodruff Road congestion could come in June

TD grant will help formulate affordable-housing plan in Unity Park area

As the city inches closer to beginning site work for its planned Unity Park, a planning grant from the TD Charitable Foundation will formulate a plan for affordable housing in the Southernside neighborhood which borders the park.

Greenville County has new tool to address affordable housing shortage

Greenville County creates new housing fund to address affordable housing shortage.

Trolley ridership is down, Greenlink recommends changes

When Greenlink added two trolley routes to neighborhoods close to downtown, ridership was expected to go up. That’s not what happened.