Lindsey Jacobs says all city residents need to have representation in city hall. That's why she says she's running for Greenville City Council.
What if the confluence of the Reedy River and Richland Creek became the heart of Cleveland Park, a place that has a naturally graded amphitheater, swings, and overlooks? What if Cleveland Park Drive was realigned and became the park's main thoroughfare? What about a mountain bike skills course, river overlooks or a whimsical playground? Those are some of the ideas included in three concepts presented by local landscape architecture and urban design firm MKSK to members of the city’s Cleveland Park advisory committee.
Five geographic areas could become the focus of the Greenville Housing Fund’s land-banking efforts. The city of Greenville will help jump-start the land bank program with some of the 25…
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.
As Greenville has become one of the nation’s fastest-growing cities, it is working to preserve buildings of its past.
For more than a decade, Nancy Fitzer has been the voice of Greenville’s Upstate Forever, one of South Carolina’s most influential environmental groups.
While QuikTrip has dropped its plan to build a convenience store in the Nicholtown community on Laurens Road, construction has started on a new store on another one of the gateways to downtown.
Some Nicholtown residents plan to fight plans by QuikTrip to build a convenience store on Laurens Road near one of gateways to Greenville’s downtown.
Most people who took a City of Greenville survey on affordable housing say more of it is needed, but few want it in their neighborhood.