Stephanie Freeman.jpg

Stephanie Freeman

City Editor

Stephanie Freeman, born in Greer SC, considers herself a Greenville native. She lives in the historic Overbrook area. As the former GM of Gather GVL, Stephanie is no stranger to this amazing city. In her spare time, Stephanie enjoys spending time with her husband, reading, and relaxing by the pool.

This “alternative format” Spinx convenience store is planned for the former The Cook’s Station location at 659 S. Main St. in downtown Greenville, SC.
If you’re recently retired and looking for things to do, here’s our guide to retirement in Greenville.
From soul food to a painting class, check out these local Juneteenth events.
From soul food to a painting class, check out these local Juneteenth events.
UHM’s newest exhibition “Finding the Force... Awakening an Empire” features costumes from the latest “Star Wars” movies on display for the first time.
This penny sales tax, which could appear on the ballot in November, would help repair and improve roads and bridges throughout the county.
Several local artists are participating in the international Game of Shrooms on Saturday, June 8.
We asked our readers their favorite spots to grab guacamole, and their answers guac-ed.
“Perfidia,” a horror film shot in the Upstate, will premiere at Camelot Cinemas.
“Summer Camp” — a comedy starting Kathy Bates + Eugene Levy — features seven Upstate residents as extras.
You gave us your best adjectives, nouns, and verbs to complete this Greenville Mad Libs.
Heart of Hospitality GVL — a joint effort by VisitGreenvilleSC + the South Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association — is the first of its kind in our city.
KO Group is opening a new food and cocktail concept in the former Oak Hill Cafe & Farm location called HeyDay
Whether you’re a seasoned pro or an amateur singer, you can live your rock star dreams at one of these karaoke spots in Greenville.
The Greenville Jazz Fest entertainment schedule features performances from regional and local musicians across multiple stages on Main Street in downtown Greenville, SC.
The Hub City Spartanburgers’ name was partially inspired by The Beacon Drive-In, and you can cheer on Spartanburg’s minor league baseball team starting next spring.
Whether you prefer biscuits plain, smothered in gravy, or as a sandwich, you have options in Music City.
From celebrity players to golf clinics, here’s what you can expect at the 2024 BMW Charity Pro-Am.
Whether you bought a flock of ducks to race or are just spectating, the Reedy River Duck Derby is fun for the whole family.
From interviewing celebrities to listening to live music, here’s what happened at the Trueline music venue groundbreaking.
Here are SCDOT’s proposed safety updates to some traffic and pedestrian-heavy streets.
The new United Community Headquarters is now open and we’re taking a look at the stats.
Bread is the ultimate comfort food. Luckily the Greenville bread scene is here for your baked pleasure.
With the Papa Johns Mutt Strut coming up, we asked you what dog breed Greenville would be.
Benefiting the Greenville Humane Society, the Papa Johns Mutt Strut is fun for adults, kids, and four-legged friends alike.
We’re highlighting the best parks that Greenville, SC has to offer — complete with Falls Park on the Reedy, Paris Mountain State Park, and Unity Park.
The City of Greenville has unveiled updated plans for the Wyche Pavilion.
Two plays, three musicals, an variety show, and a cabaret featuring a Tony-nominated star will take over Downtown Greenville, SC’s theaters for the SC New Play Festival from Thursday, Aug. 8 to Sunday, Aug. 11.
As Greenville continues to grow, we’re keeping an eye on upcoming developments and recently opened businesses.
From cosplaying to collectibles, here’s what you need to know about SC Comicon.