Last year, Greenville City Manager George Bosanic said he was comfortable with the state of the city’s budget for the first time in several years. As Bosanic presented the proposed 2017-2018 fiscal year budget to the Greenville City Council during a special meeting Tuesday evening, the mood was more of the same.
The decision to have a dedicated police presence in this township will now be up to its residents come election time in August.
During Wednesday evening’s Crystal Township Board meeting, the board unanimously approved a resolution to place a police services millage renewal proposal on the Aug. 8 ballot.
Although action is being taken move the Crystal Community Library from its current location to the Crystal Community Center, township officials are in no rush.
After months of planning, designing and locating the most appealing of historic photos, new interpretive signs are ready to be created to showcase the history of downtown Lafayette Street. During Tuesday’s Greenville Downtown Development Authority (DDA) meeting, the DDA voted unanimously in two separate motions to tentatively approve the purchase of four signs to be displayed on either side of the street.
Members of the Crystal Township Board voted unanimously Wednesday evening to approve a request for fitness classes at the Crystal Community Center.
A text message sent three days before last week’s failed Greenville Public Schools bond vote has brought forth accusations of unethical behavior against the Eureka Township clerk.
Previously one of the jewels of this city, time has not been kind to the former Greenville County Club. The 56-acre site was once home to a nine-hole course, complete with rolling greens across a hilly landscape and a tremendous view of Baldwin Lake from high above at the now demolished clubhouse, which closed in 2010.
Members of the Eureka Township Board voted unanimously Monday evening redefine requirements regarding junk yards.
From slinging a ping pong ball back and forth across a table to sitting down for a methodical game of checkers, the Montcalm Teen Center is again open as a place for youths to spend time with friends.
Today, a vacant portion of W. Coffren Street and adjacent property sits empty, as it has for many years. But one month from now? The site will have two homes, with the potential to welcome two new families to the Greenville community.