A large painting of Abraham Jonas Whittenberg — the namesake of A.J. Whittenberg Elementary School of Engineering — will hang in one of the school's hallways by a timeline of the school's history.
If gentrification could be personified in an election, it would be last week’s Greenville City Council District 2 race.
The GOP's candidates stood to diminish the much-needed diversity of City Council and give the business and development community greater influence.
Two Greenville City Council seats are up for grabs on Nov. 7. The Greenville Journal talked to the candidates — Lillian Brock Flemming, Matt Cotner, Russell Stall and John DeWorken — about the most pressing issues in Greenville.
Greenville City Council members are one step away from a pay raise.
Will Brasington has been declared the winner of the Greenville City Council District 4 seat.
Look from one of downtown Greenville’s rooftop venues and you can see two Greenvilles.
If you plan to vote in this November's city council contests, you're going to want to read this.
Greenville’s population is changing and that could impact this year’s City Council elections.
Greenville City Council candidate Matt Cotner is focused on the city’s future.
Lillian Brock Flemming knows as a single vote on a seven-member City Council, she can’t accomplish much by herself. But her ability to work with residents, fellow councilmembers and the private sector has allowed the veteran council member to get things accomplished. She's running for another term as District 2 representative.
Lillian Brock Flemming has held the Greenville City Council District 2 seat since 1981, but this election the Democrat has at least one challenger, Republican Matt Cotner.
Filing for the three Greenville City council seats that will be up for grabs hadn’t ended yet, but that didn’t stop five candidates from starting to campaign at the Alta Vista Neighborhood Association’s meeting Tuesday night.
Anybody interested in running for three Greenville City Council seats that are up for grabs this fall may officially put their hat in the ring today beginning at noon.
Greenville City Council is expected to soon consider a resolution that would commit $2 million a year for construction of City Park, the city’s signature park on the west side.