Doyle announces bid for state Senate seat

Greenville City Council member Amy Ryberg Doyle announced Monday morning that she…

What you need to know before you head to the ballot box Nov. 6

When Greenville County voters head to the polls on Nov. 6, they’ll find a variety of local and state races on the ballot.

Legislature overrides governor’s veto of $500,000 for Children’s Theatre

State legislators have overridden Gov. Henry McMaster’s veto of a half million dollars for the South Carolina Children’s Theatre.

Warren loses, Timmons wins in Republican runoffs

Greenville businessman John Warren fell short in his bid for the Republican…

Greenville County voters return to the polls for runoffs

Greenville County voters will return to the polls on Tuesday to help…

Election results of the June 12 primary for Greenville County and statewide races

Here are the results of the 2018 June 12 primary elections.

Meet the primary candidates: What you need to know before heading to the polls on Tuesday, June 12

Greenville County voters will go to the polls Tuesday for primaries to decide the Republican or Democratic nominees in nine local and state races. In many cases, the winner of the primary will likely win that office since no other candidates filed to run for the seat. They’ll also decide which of a long grocery list of candidates will appear on the ballot in November to replace U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy.

We should finish the VC Summer reactors and repeal the Base Load Act

‘My hope is that construction will restart and the reactors will be completed’

Customers shouldn’t bear the brunt of costs for failed projects like VC Summer Nuclear Station

$9 billion has been spent on the abandoned nuclear power plant, and 5,100 are now out of a job. How did this happen and what can we do to stop it from happening again?

Don’t celebrate the roads bill just yet

Although the Senate passed a roads bill last night, the two chambers of the General Assembly must rectify the differences between their two bills.

Sen. William Timmons says Columbia ‘broken,’ votes against Leatherman

Today, freshman Sen. William Timmons (R-Greenville) took a stand against the good ole boys club at the Statehouse, voting against Hugh Leatherman as Senate president pro tempore.