The article examined so-called "breakout cities" that are drawing workers and new businesses away from major metropolitan areas.
The Greenville Music History Project is a website and companion podcast that both dive deep into the venues, musicians and genres that have called Greenville home.
John Dullea served as a city manager for over 40 years in six cities, including 20 years with the City of Greenville.
Here's a look at what you an expect from the new spring menu.
The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile is cruising around the Upstate from April 22 to April 25 as part of its annual “coast-to-coast wienie roast.”
“This is really my first real show since the pandemic started,” Noah Guthrie says. “It's a big deal for artists when they don’t get to do something like this for a while."
The City of Greenville received a heartwarming note from the unlikeliest of places this week. Adam Salamito lives in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. He said he works part time to supplement…
The screenings on April 17 will be a little different this year.
Two of Greenville's four city races are set to be contested in this year's November general election.
The tunnel has been dug, the seven-foot-in-diameter pipe has been set and the grouting has been poured to seal it all in place.
A basketball court, playground and a neighborhood park may figure into Greenlink’s plans for a new bus garage.
"Wings of the City" will be on display in Falls Park until October.
There will be 26 shows at the amphitheater throughout the spring and summer.
The annual springtime celebration Tacos ’n Tequila Fiesta is back this year at the Old Cigar Warehouse in downtown Greenville on May 2.
Residents within the city of Greenville who would like to run for City Council or the Greenville Water Commission of Public Works may file as a candidate until noon on March 30.