Greenville County may reconsider a proposal to build a multipurpose stadium along Interstate 385 in Mauldin that would be home to Greenville Triumph SC.
Greenville County Council will consider raising property taxes for the first time in 28 years as the county faces a lack of new revenue to cover the costs of growth.
The Woodruff and Butler road improvement projects in Greenville County could cost taxpayers millions more than originally projected.
Greenlink wants to more than double its capacity, which would cost up to $25 million per year. A new study shows it would drive economic growth in the county.
One of the highlights of the year in South Carolina’s Upstate returns in mid-September and it’s a must-do for anyone who loves food, wine, and music.
Greenville County Council created a new committee to rethink how the county handles communications with the public and other agencies.
In Greenville, Pence will participate in what was described as a "fireside chat" at BJU that will draw local pastors.
Stan Tzouvelekas voted twice to approve a rezoning request made by the development company where he works, though he said he did so without realizing a business conflict of interest.
The South Carolina Republican Party will take over the Greenville County party's biennial reorganization effort, citing concern over alienation of mainline Republican voters.
Former S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley is a member of the Clemson University board of trustees. Her impending presidential bid doesn't deter her from service, according to university policy.
A coalition of residents and leaders who reside in Greenville County’s District 25 are planning a yearlong series of events to reflect on the district’s history while making plans for its future.
Greenville is seeking input on a draft of sweeping new development code that would shape the city's future growth.
Greenville County Planning Commission approved a Pebble Creek subdivision and recommended approval of development near Woodmont High School.
County Council passed new rules Jan. 24 to create a new committee and to limit public comment on issues that haven't emerged from a committee.
Retiring Greenville County Councilwoman Xanthene Norris led on civil rights issues, education leadership and community involvement for more than 25 years in elected office.
The real estate market is expected to remain strong in the greater Greenville area in 2023 even as higher borrowing costs and government regulation slow new housing starts, analysts say.
Dan Tripp and Liz Seman were unanimously elected to leadership posts on Greenville County Council during a Jan. 10 meeting.
Greenville County Council swore in four new council members Jan. 9 ahead of choosing a new chair and vice chair Jan. 10.
Changes are ahead in 2023 for Greenville County Council as growth issues dominated 2022 headlines.
Former State Rep. Leola Robinson-Simpson, who was a leader in the civil rights movement in Greenville, retired her legislative seat in 2022 after 10 years.
Current Vice Chair Dan Tripp and first-term councilman Stan Tzouvelekas are each seeking to lead Greenville County Council for the next two years.
Greenville County and Prisma Health have scrapped a draft of an agreement to reopen the emergency department at North Greenville Hospital that was criticized as a "restraint on free commerce" by rival health care system Bon Secours.
The Greenville County Library Board of Trustees voted to move books, some with sexual material, into the adult section of its libraries and further away from its children's section.
An Anderson man who opened a key U.S. Capitol building entrance from the inside on Jan. 6, 2021, allowing dozens of rioters to pour in, was sentenced to three years in federal prison at a hearing in Washington, D.C.
A proposed agreement with Prisma for the county to give $13.5 million to reopen the emergency department at Prisma Health North Greenville Hospital would keep the ER open for at least seven years.
Former U.S. ambassador and South Carolina governor Nikki Haley hinted at and deflected speculation of a presidential run as she spoke on Clemson University's campus Nov. 29.
Sarah Timmons filed for legal separation on Nov. 18 in Greenville County family court, the first step in South Carolina's divorce process.
After state legislature changes rules, Greenville County Council added $10 back to its road maintenance fee charged to all registered vehicles.
Greenville County election workers had to reprocess data from about 3,600 mail-in ballots stored digitally on a thumb drive, elections director Conway Belangia said.
Clemson City Council will welcome a fresh face and new perspective after the Nov. 8 election, while Pickens County elected its first female Democratic council member.
Joey Russo, Alan Mitchell, Benton Blount and Rick Bradley are the four new members joining Greenville County Council in January.
Greenville County's school board will have four new members in January, with two incumbents defeated in the Nov. 8 election and two seats without an incumbent in the race.
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On Election Day in the Upstate, turnout showed indications of being higher than past years even after hundreds of thousands of South Carolinians voted early.
Paris Mountain residents concerned about traffic and safety along Altamont Road led to a split in support to grant funds to buy 146 acres to add hiking trails to Greenville's urban park.
Greenville County's library board of trustees in December will consider a recommendation to move some books further away from library children's area.
In a Nov. 1 letter to poll workers offering guidance a week from Election Day, county elections director Conway Belangia wrote that the slogans shouldn't be considered "campaign material," which isn't allowed.
Private donations to fund half of the planned $11 million, 10-story Unity Park tower in downtown Greenville are on track, according to the mayor and the firm hire to raise the money.
Responding to citizen comments, Greenville County Council members say they favor limits on sexually explicit books, though limits are already in place.
Federal investigators have charged an Upstate man, Alan Scott Culbertson, with storming the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, bringing the tally of South Carolinians arrested in connection with the botched uprising to 19.
Greenville County Council passed a policy on Oct. 18 to offer tax incentives to developers that include affordable housing in new rental developments.
Former Vice President Mike Pence will speak at Wofford College on Oct. 18 as part of the school's lecture series on international affairs and national security.
Greenville County Council will debate adding $10 back to its road maintenance fee, though at least one council member would rather see a penny tax referendum in 2024.
Two dozen speakers asked Greenville County Council members to leave decisions about books at county libraries to professional librarians.
The Greenville County Republican Party wants the county to ban books that mention LGBTQ topics from the children and juvenile sections of the county’s libraries.
Longtime Greenville County District 17 Councilman Joe Dill still won't concede he lost the June 14 primary, but also said he won't campaign.
Greenville County is far behind on the number of affordable housing units needed as the area continues to grow. A new policy is being considered to incentivize developers.
Greenville County Council agreed to fund a Prisma Health proposal to reopen the emergency department at North Greenville Hospital in Travelers Rest.
After a planning commissioner resigned out of frustration with county staff and leadership, Greenville County Council rebuffed a move to fill an empty seat on the board.
U.S. Rep. William Timmons made two stops in Spartanburg on Aug. 22 before attending a GOP event in Anderson.
Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Sen. Tim Scott and more headlined the 11th annual Faith and Freedom BBQ event in Anderson.
Greenville County Council’s finance committee voted to use $13.5 million in federal American Rescue Plan Act funds to reopen an emergency room in the northern portion of the county.
Greenville state Sen. Karl Allen has been sued by a charity whose earmark funding was withheld for months.
Greenville County has budgeted $10 million of its $330 million budget for road maintenance this year and is set to repair just more than 32 miles of roads.
Greenville County Council is searching for solutions to subpar roads. Impact fees, higher vehicle fees and a penny sales tax are under consideration.