Here's a projected breakdown of how the county aims to spend the money
The primaries for county council will be held June 9, with the possible runoffs slated for June 23. The general election is scheduled for Nov. 3.
Newcomer Ben Carper and incumbent Rick Roberts entered the race this month
By Butch Kirven The proposed University Ridge Development is an unheard-of opportunity for Greenville County to partner with private enterprise in converting an unproductive land asset into an extraordinarily productive…
A “one-of-a-kind” proposed events center on the banks of the Reedy River in downtown Greenville would be a major draw for conferences, increase tourism and spur job growth, according to…
Greenville County is working on a new comprehensive plan. Why it matters to you.
Greenville County Administrator Joe Kernell has received a vote of confidence from the Greenville County Council for his handling of EMS troubles
The leader of the Downtown Transportation Coalition, a group of downtown businesses pushing for better public transportation, says all eyes are now focused on the Greenville County Council.
Greenville County Councilman Rick Roberts says the money the county provides Greenlink is a “disgrace.”
Former Greenville City Manager John Castile will head the agency responsible for affordable housing in Greenville County.
Nearly 4 out of 10 downtown workers would definitely or probably use a park and ride, and 1 in 4 would ride the bus if service were more frequent and had longer hours, according to a downtown area workforce transportation survey released Monday, July 16.
Here are the results of the 2018 June 12 primary elections.
The Greenville County Council has approved on second reading an ordinance that would create a nonprofit public facilities corporation to oversee the redevelopment of County Square.
With the exception of the City of Greenville, housing in Greenville County is quite affordable and rarely attached to a long commute, a consultant told members of the Greenville County — as long as a household earns at least $30,00 a year.
For more than a year, the biggest question surrounding County Square has been which one of six developers would be chosen and what would be included in the redevelopment described by Greenville County officials as “game-changing” and “evolutionary.”