Greenville County creates new housing fund to address affordable housing shortage.
Unity Park is getting closer to construction. The city is getting more affordable housing. Parking and public transportation is still generating headlines. In the city of Greenville, growth and the issues surrounding it dominated the top news stories of 2018.
Decades ago, Austin, Texas, and Nashville, Tennessee, were in the same position Greenville is now — experiencing explosive growth. New Greenville County Redevelopment Authority Executive Director John Castile said Greenville…
Former Greenville City Manager John Castile will head the agency responsible for affordable housing in Greenville County.
Nancy Whitworth, who has played an integral role in Greenville’s resurgence as the head of the city’s economic development department, was named interim city manager Monday night.
Texas-based executive search firm Springsted|Waters is helping Greenville City Council find the city’s next manager.
Castile, who was appointed Greenville’s city manager in July 2010, told City Council members that he is resigning, although he'll stay in the job for about three months.
It’s probably the most famous tree in Greenville, or at least the most photographed, that American beech at the edge of Falls Park with its exposed roots. And the South…
Construction of the new Verdae fire station, a new community risk reduction coordinator, and a new engine company with additional firefighters helped the Greenville Fire Department earn a Public Protection Class 1 designation.
Greenville residents could soon be paying a new fee to help the city fix its aging sewer lines.
Greenville City Council members on Monday signaled their intent to issue revenue bonds that will be repaid with hospitality tax revenue to pay for City Park.
The city of Greenville has reached an agreement with 20 other cities regarding the Internet of Things. The Internet of Things is a new buzz term that refers to the idea of equipping everyday objects with sensors and Wi-Fi connectivity so they can collect, send and receive data, thus “talking” to each other and to people. The objects that can be interconnected this way go far beyond computers and cell phones to include vehicles, buildings, factory machinery, jet engines, virtually anything.
After the Greenville City Council members forced the resignation of former City Manager Jim Bourey, they said they’d search the nation for his replacement. Turns out they only had to…