Eric Connor, The Greenville News

Eric Connor

The Greenville News

Greenville, SC, United States

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Recent:
  • The Greenville News
  • independentmail
Past:
  • The State Newspaper
  • CITIZEN-TIMES.com
  • WLTX
  • 11Alive Atlanta
  • NBC Charlotte
  • USA TODAY
  • ksdk.com

Recent articles by Eric:

4 projects that will shape Greenville's future — here's where they stand

The city's unprecedented growth has created a need for multimillion-dollar projects to keep pace. → Read More

South Carolina ranks third in shark attacks — but how worried should you be?

The Palmetto State has more shark attacks than other states with larger populations and more miles of coastline, but the threat is still is minimal. → Read More

South Carolina ranks third in shark attacks — but how worried should you be?

The Palmetto State has more shark attacks than other states with larger populations and more miles of coastline, but the threat is still is minimal. → Read More

Here's why you might see the Reedy River turn neon

The color is the result of dye released by the city of Greenville. → Read More

Here's when Charleston Sports Pub plans to open in Greenville's former Wild Wing Cafe spot

The premium sports bar will host Clemson University's 2018 national championship trophy later this month. → Read More

450-apartment Haywood-Pelham project approved after scaled-down plan reduces traffic woes

The 450-apartment, mixed-use project was on the verge of denial before the developer revised plans. → Read More

Million-dollar condos downtown? Greenville's Falls Tower sells $16 million worth in 1 day

The 17-story Falls Tower overlooking the Liberty Bridge will have 18 residences, 10 of which were sold in one day. → Read More

How safe is the Reedy River to swim in Falls Park?

The answer of safety depends in large part on what you define as dirty — and what day it is. → Read More

Greenville hires a new city manager. Here's what to know about John McDonough

The search is complete nearly a year after former manager John Castile retired. → Read More

3 years after historic Allen School torn down, townhomes coming to East Stone Avenue land

The site of a Greenville segregation-era school has been dormant in the three years since its demolition. → Read More

Dorothy Dowe wins Democratic primary for Greenville City Council seat

The Democrat will face Republican George Fletcher, who is seeking a second term to the at-large seat. → Read More

4 charged with murder in shooting death of Southside HS student

Five individuals have been charged in connection with the shooting death of a Southside High School student. → Read More

How will downtown Greenville grow? Here's a road map for the future

The Downtown Master Plan will guide growth in the urban core of Greenville. → Read More

New $13.5m headquarters coming to Greenville for national engineering group

The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying will move from Seneca to Verdae. → Read More

New to Camperdown: Here's the international company that will join new Falls Tower

The co-working space company will occupy the first two floors of the building under construction at Camperdown that will tower over Falls Park. → Read More

Mauldin man, 22, dies after crash in Greenville County

Conner James Fields, 22, of Mauldin, was ejected from his vehicle after crashing on Log Shoals Road in Greenville County. → Read More

Here's what will replace former Wild Wing Cafe in downtown Greenville

The former home of downtown's Wild Wing Cafe on West Washington Street will be taken over by Charleston Sports Pub, which plans to open this summer. → Read More

Greenville picks name for new Woodruff Road bypass. Here's how it was chosen — barely

Parallel Parkway will connect a series of dead-end street with traffic circles to connect Verdae Boulevard to busy section of Woodruff Road. → Read More

Lindsey Graham dedicates new downtown federal courthouse to the late Gov. Carroll Campbell

The new federal courthouse is under construction now at the corner of East North and North Spring streets and will open in 2021. → Read More

Could church land be a solution to Greenville's affordable housing problem?

Nearly a decade ago, Augusta Heights Baptist Church faced stiff opposition from neighbors over its sale of land to a developer for affordable housing. → Read More