Federal judge who presided over Dylann Roof trial: South Carolina has history of tolerance

It would appear to some that South Carolina is not a tolerant place. But that’s far from the truth, said Richard Gergel, a U.S. District Court Judge in Charleston.

City asks what the future holds for downtown Greenville

Over the past four decades, downtown Greenville has become a prime example of effective urban planning. But what will downtown be like in the future? The answer will be found in a new downtown strategic plan that is expected to get underway in April.

City identifies hundreds more historic structures

Ten individual properties and Cleveland Park were identified in a recently completed historic resources survey by the city of Greenville as eligible for the national Register of Historic Places.

No Hate rally opposing Trump refugee ban draws 1,000 protesters

A crowd of around 1,000 crammed into ONE City Plaza downtown on a cold Saturday afternoon to demonstrate support for the Upstate’s Muslim and refugee communities. Hundreds of protest signs were held high.

Max Heller: 1919-2011

Former Greenville Mayor Max Heller, patron saint of the city’s downtown renaissance,…