An additional $4 million in promised cash and other contributions have also been raised.
No future date has been set for rescheduling the rezoning votes in city council
The three finalists were announced Monday night for the Greenville City Manager position. The position is filled temporarily by Deputy City Manager Nancy Whitworth. The City of Greenville plans to…
Private funding for Unity Park is coming in - nearly $3.5 million so far and counting.
Two things about to happen in the Laurens Road corridor — an expansion of the Swamp Rabbit Trail from Cleveland Park to Verdae and the completion of a sewer line serving the former Department of Motor Vehicles site and the surrounding area — are expected to lead to explosive growth in that area of the city.
The city's new multimillion-dollar park west of downtown will be called Unity Park.
On the heels of a contentious battle over whether a barricade that turned one block of McPherson Lane into a one-way street should be made permanent, the City of Greenville is changing its traffic calming process.
Mayor Knox White said the new plan was prompted by the controversial proposal to build an office building on the banks of the Reedy River steps from the Main Street bridge as well as concerns about scale in the West End.
Today, if you try to escape the congestion on Augusta Street via McPherson Lane, you’re greeted by Do Not Enter signs and white and orange barricades.
Greenville City Council members are one step away from a pay raise.
“When the trolleys were discussed, a lot of folks thought it would be great to have stops in the neighborhood. But there’s a difference between wanting a stop and having that stop near your house."
Greenlink’s expanded trolley service to Augusta Street and the Village of West Greenville will begin Aug. 3.
White has joined the Mayors National Climate Action Agenda, a coalition committed to carrying out the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement.
If you have strong feelings about Main + Stone, the Erwin Penland building, and Falls Park Place, you can let your opinions be known.
Greenville proved to the NCAA in March that it was a place capable of hosting big sporting events after it was picked to replace Greensboro as one of the sites of the opening rounds of the men’s basketball tournament.