Two councilmen say a proposed subdivision would make the surrounding area unaffordable for current residents. The issue may test the boundaries of some longtime unwritten council norms.
Nathaniel Cary is a reporter with The Post and Courier Greenville.
Greenville developer Phil Hughes speaks about his project on Old Grove Road to the Greenville County Planning and Development Committee on Apr…
Greenville developer Phil Hughes called the project the culmination of 38 years of planning and work since he first bought land at the site about 10 miles south of Main Street.
The 2021 BMW Charity Pro-Am announced April 5 it would introduce measures leading to "zero waste" sent to landfills. Also in this week's notes: Union Bleachery rezoning, Blockhouse Restaurant and Oyster Bar hits 40, and Tri-County Technical College freezes in-county tuition again.
Greenville County Council members honored Tommy Stevenson, left, on April 6. Stevenson owns Tommy's Country Ham House in Greenville, which is …
Greenville County Council's Planning and Development Committee voted 3-2 on April 5 to move a repeal of controversial Article 3.1 to the full council.
Four members of the Greenville County Planning and Development Committee met in person April 5 to discuss a repeal of a controversial land dev…
The county came up with a plan for a new street near County Square, which would displace a neighborhood park. Residents said they didn't know about it until it was discussed publicly.
Greenville County and RocaPoint Partners proposed a plan to build a street through Ella Mae Logan Park and next to The Preserve at Logan Park …
The entrance to Ella Mae Logan Park on Howe Street in Greenville.