There are 51 lab-confirmed cases of coronavirus in Greenville County, according to the most recent data released by DHEC.
Auro Hotels announces largest private contribution to Unity Park to date — $500,000 for the park's pedestrian bridge over the Reedy River.
TEDxGreenville has brought ideas worth sharing to Greenville for the last decade. What has been its impact?
A “one-of-a-kind” proposed events center on the banks of the Reedy River in downtown Greenville would be a major draw for conferences, increase tourism and spur job growth, according to…
As the city inches closer to beginning site work for its planned Unity Park, a planning grant from the TD Charitable Foundation will formulate a plan for affordable housing in the Southernside neighborhood which borders the park.
Greenville officials should find out by the end of the year which roads the state will turn over to the city through a new road takeover program.
An innovation district, small pocket parks and taming of the major highways leading into downtown could be part of Greenville's new downtown master plan.
The Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) was established by Congress in 1964 to support conservation and public recreation projects around the country.
Greenville's city council will spend $4.9 million of its $8 million budget surplus on affordable housing, public transportation, and neighborhood investment.
Greenville won’t have a new city manager until after the holidays, city council decided Monday morning. Mayor Knox White said the city has major announcements coming soon regarding affordable housing,…
If the city’s ultimate vision for Unity Park is realized, the signature project could have a total price tag of nearly $73 million.
The city of Greenville is considering new parking garage equipment that could allow motorists to enter and exit without a paper ticket and pay through license plate recognition. The new system could also allow the city to lease more monthly parking spaces in garages where demand is high.
Arguably the city owns some of the most valuable and developable land in Greenville — 25 acres along the edges to a couple of blocks away from the new Unity Park. The city plans to use that land for new affordable housing to counter rising property values and housing costs around the park and in the surrounding neighborhoods near downtown that some say are squeezing lower income and working class residents out.
Former South Carolina Governor and U.S. Education Secretary Dick Riley will be honored for his public leadership and commitment to quality education for all children with a sculpture in downtown Greenville.
Removing the streets from state control would give the city flexibility in streetscaping and road design.