City Council Greenlights

Simpsonville City Council Greenlights Habitat for Humanity Project

A controversial Habitat for Humanity project on city-owned land near downtown Simpsonville received the green light from City Council on Tuesday night.

By approving a memorandum of understanding with Habitat and the Greenville County Redevelopment Authority, Council’s vote will finally allow the project to go forward nearly three years after being initially proposed.

Council voted 5-2 in favor of the project, with Council members Geneva Lawrence and Sylvia Lockaby voting against. The two Council members, who said they supported affordable housing, cast their ‘no’ votes after some property owners in the area objected to the project on grounds that the site was unsuitable for development. Read More

Limestone College president

Former Limestone College president will not seek re-election

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Greenville County Councilman Fred Payne, former president of Limestone College, announced last week that he won’t run for re-election when his term ends in December.
Councilor Payne was elected in November 2006 to represent District 28. He currently serves on the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee and the Public Safety and Human Services Committee.
“For 12 years, I have been privileged to serve Greenville County, valued the opportunity to work with my elected colleagues and represent our wonderful residents, and appreciated the support and responsiveness of the County’s professional staff on all issues, both big and small,” Payne said in a statement. Read More

Betty Ware

Betty Ware

ABBEVILLE — Betty Sprouse Ware, 89, widow of Robert Emory “Bobby” Ware, passed away peacefully at her home on Sunday, January 28, 2018, after a brief illness.

Born on February 7, 1928, in Abbeville, SC, she was the daughter of the late Ira Ernest Sprouse and Ruby Butler Sprouse. She was predeceased by her brother, Jack Sprouse, and by her great-granddaughter, Elizabeth Ann Snyder. Betty was retired from Fovil Manufacturing Company as office manager. Read More

Life Beautiful in Apartment Rentals

How to Make Your Life Beautiful in Apartment Rentals in Corpus Christi_Apartment Living

Are you going to live in an apartment for the first time? Do not worry from the new experience; it can be as amazing as it had been before when you shifted with your family to a rental house. Though, the features differ but apartment rentals in corpus Christi are amazingly beautiful. You do not find your life becoming boring and dull after you settle there and start living. Read More

Renting Apartments

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There is a lot to know about the options of living a happy life regarding your house or apartment. The property market is rich with options and with the recent wave of construction you can see that in the city, in suburbs and in small towns there are a number of villas, bungalows, condos, apartments and many more options which are open now for the citizens to enjoy a modern and civilized way of living. Each and every single option of these has sub categories in size. Read More

Corpus Christi TX Apartments

Enjoy the Great Exoperience Living in Corpus Christi TX Apartments_Apartment Living

When the spring blooms, get ready for the summer and all the fun that is wrapped in summer holidays. Families plan for the summer holidays in advance. They look forward to quality time out with their loved ones to stay fresh with unforgettable memories throughout the year. Planning contains a lot of arrangements. It mainly focuses on the place you want to spend your time at. What is the best place within your budget that can make your holidays great this year? If you do not want to go to a far country, choose a place within the States. Read More