Local ordinance puts brakes on electric scooter-sharing in Greenville

Across the country this summer, a once-popular children’s toy has emerged as…

Op-Ed: Political and public solutions threaten school safety

After the school shooting in Parkland, Fla., political and public opinions on making schools safe are proving to be as misguided as the broader school reform movement that has failed our students.

GPD Chief Ken Miller on crowd safety at Fall for Greenville

“People have to remember that events go on daily across the country and occur without incident. But when they do happen, we learn from them.”

Best and worst states for teachers – where does SC rank?

Teachers may not like where South Carolina ranks on WalletHub’s 2017 Best and Worst States for Teachers.

Survey: Greenville residents confident in police, believe city is safe

More African-Americans have positive perceptions of the Greenville Police Department than did in 2014, although the percentage still lags significantly behind that of white residents.

Summer’s coming so make sure your child knows how to swim

Fatal drowning is the second-leading cause of unintentional injury-related death for children ages 1 to 14 years old.

How to protect children from furniture tip-over accidents

September is Baby Safety Month, a great time to remember that furniture-related accidents are 100 percent preventable and can be avoided by anchoring heavy dressers, bookcases, TVs and other large furniture to walls.

Keep your kids safe in the water

In My Own Words: By Cynthia Fryer

Keep kids safe in and around the water

For too many parents, safety in and around water is not on the list; and that’s something we need to change.

Asked & Answered

What’s behind the new city signs that warn residents to lock their car doors?