After power clashes in recent years, County Council term limits would keep Chairman Butch Kirven from running for chairman again if reelected.
The 30-second televised advertisement is paid for by Security is Strength Political Action Committee, a super PAC indirectly tied to Graham.
“I’m going to Washington this afternoon and I’m not coming back until Amy (Coney) Barrett’s on the Supreme Court," Sen. Lindsey Graham said at a campaign rally Monday.
As South Carolina's first responders grapple with elevated stress and increased workloads, mental health resources for those on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic have been disrupted, and potentially imperiled, by state budget cuts.
Greenville County needs to add at least 10,000 affordable dwellings over the next decade while rehabilitating another 3,000 to begin closing the gap making some parts of the county unaffordable for a growing number of people.
Greenville County opened four satellite voting locations on Monday, and turnout for early voting continued to be high. There are now five places to cast your early, in-person vote in the county.
As thousands in Greenville are behind on utilities and rent, Greenville County staff approve $16 million more for community health as year-end deadline approaches to distribute federal coronavirus relief funds.
They all join a field of 16 candidates running overall for six seats, the biggest field of school-board candidates in a decade.
A Greenville County Council candidate forum hosted by three local nonprofit organizations Wednesday evening took a turn when Will Morin, the Democratic Party candidate battling for the District 27 seat held by Chairman Butch Kirven, accused Kirven of mishandling the county’s response to the …
Attendees must pre-register for virtual forum of Greenville County Council candidates hosted Wednesday by several Greenville County organizations.
Judge considers whether Ike's Korner Grille's lawsuit is "all about masks," as McMaster's attorneys say or whether the governor overstepped authority by issuing ongoing state of emergency orders without the General Assembly's consent.
Greenville County Councilman Bob Taylor and his wife, Barbara, each contracted the novel coronavirus in early August and have recovered.
Hours before news broke that President Donald Trump tested positive for coronavirus, an aide to Dr. John Fleming, a member of the White House coronavirus task force since April, reached out to The Post and Courier to schedule an interview. On Friday morning, the interview was postponed.
A circuit court judge in Spartanburg denied an emergency maneuver by a local burger bar to challenge Gov. McMaster's coronavirus state of emergency
The city of Greenville will take "baby steps" in encouraging slower speeds on residential streets, rather than a blanket drop in the speed limit to 20 mph.
The Greer councilman, who attended an in-person church service unmasked after feeling symptoms but before being tested, is recovering from the respiratory disease that has crippled the economy and contributed to the deaths of 200,000 people nationwide.
Local burger joint and dive bar, Ike's Korner Grille in Spartanburg, which has flaunted face mask rule and governor's orders, has sued to declare Gov. McMaster's state of emergency orders unlawful. The case has broad implications.
When faced with also paying the bills for a seven-year legal battle that the American Humanist Association — the country's leading atheism advocacy group — has waged against South Carolina's largest school district, trustees drew a line.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and running mate Kamala Harris weren't initially included on sample ballots made available across South Carolina.
After months of not allowing open public comment at its meetings, Greenville County Council will hold a virtual public hearing on Sept. 9.
A pair of Clemson University associate professors are building a team to out Internet trolls as the 2020 presidential debates get underway in September ahead of the November general election.
A S.C. House subcommittee restarted discussion Monday to reform South Carolina's civil asset forfeiture laws, but it promises to be a lengthy process.
After Greenville County Council sued for restricting public comment since meetings went virtual during the coronavirus pandemic, Circuit Court Judge Ned Miller says it's not a violation of open meetings law.
A former Upstate grand juror detailed his experience and shared his concerns about the process after reading a recent story by The Post and Courier Greenville. He said the group would sometimes vote on dozens of cases at a time, and had virtually no information about the vast majority charges.
The council chose to hold its meetings online via live videoconference through at least October due to the coronavirus pandemic. In doing so, it also stripped residents of the opportunity to speak before the council at its online meetings unless they wish to speak about an agenda item.
"If you're someone facing an indictment, you should not have any confidence that a grand jury is going to review your case," one local defense attorney says.
The city of Greenville is trying to calm traffic in residential neighborhoods. While the accustomed tools of speed humps, planted medians and message boards that register speeds are in the arsenal, the city has been asked to consider a simpler action: Dropping speed limits to 20 mph.
Plans to reopen nursing homes to visitors would include deploying rapid-result coronavirus test kits to all nursing homes, McMaster said during a visit to Bob Jones University.
The council's 8-4 vote to compel all meetings be held online due to the spread of coronavirus is effective through the end of September, meaning the council -- a group that sets local policy for a half-million people -- could effectively avoid in-person meetings until its Oct. 6 regular meeting. Before the vote, the council and its committees had the option to meet in person.
The DMV near downtown Greenville, the second busiest in South Carolina, must make way for a $1 billion redevelopment on county-owned land.