Dowe, DeWorken win contested council races

After a contested race, two opponents come together in good faith and mutual appreciation

Op-Ed: At-large candidate Dorothy Dowe in her own words

City-council hopeful Dowe wants to give constituents a voice regarding city’s growth and change.

Op-Ed: At-large candidate George Fletcher in his own words

City council-hopeful Fletcher believes smart city technology can help tackle affordable housing and transit issues.

Op-Ed: District 1 candidate John DeWorken in his own words

Greenville City council-hopeful John DeWorken wants to balance growth with championing neighborhoods.

Op-Ed: District 1 candidate Matt Johnson in his own words

Greenville City council-hopeful Matt Johnson says he is the “independent voice” Greenville needs.

Republican City Council candidate John DeWorken on the issues

DeWorken is running against Matt Johnson for the District 1 seat.
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.…

Greenville City Council candidate Lindsey Jacobs says everybody needs a seat at the table as Greenville grows

Lindsey Jacobs says all city residents need to have representation in city hall. That’s why she says she’s running for Greenville City Council.

John DeWorken takes another run at a Greenville City Council seat

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 Greenville City Council races up for election this year will be contested

Two of three Greenville City Council seats up for election this year will be contested.

Matt Johnson running for Greenville City Council

Attorney Matt Johnson will seek Greenville City Council District 1 seat.

Greenville City Council gives initial approval to land sale for development that includes affordable housing, office space

A new affordable housing and office space development on West Washington Street is one step closer to reality with Greenville City Council’s initial approval of land sale and development agreement.

Greenville spending over $500k to replace fire department radios

Replacing Greenville’s 15-year-old public safety radios will cost $2.3 million. The city will start with the fire department.

Amy Ryberg Doyle won’t seek re-election to Greenville City Council

Amy Ryberg Doyle will not seek re-election to Greenville City Council.

Greenville takes new approach to city manager search

Greenville taking different approach in second city manager search.