We owe you a debt of gratitude, Greenville.
We can’t say that 2020 went as planned, but we can say that you’re a wonderful crowd, and we couldn’t appreciate your support more, especially this year.
In 2020, we sent more than 240 newsletters to our growing audience of 60,000+ GVLtoday subscribers. Wow.
Those numbers really humble us. We love our jobs and our city, and we’re doing the work with you in mind.
So, here’s what we noticed you guys read and interacted with the most in 2020. 🎉
If there’s one thing we know about Greenvillians, y’all love to get outdoors. Our top article in 2020 was our detailed hiking guide made just for you.
Oh, we can dream. Taking spot no. 2 is our round-up of beautiful million dollar houses in Greenville. These listings aren’t active anymore, but it’s still fun to look.
A place for all things Election 2020. We wanted this to be an easy peasy guide for you to utilize this election season.
Tipping can be tough, so we put together a full tipping guide to make it a little easier for you.
We love a local Thanksgiving dinner, and, apparently so did you.
A little getaway was necessary this year + we put together the perfect list for all of them.
Greenville is known for its food trucks + we’re grateful for them. Warning: Don’t view this article on an empty stomach.
From Albert Einstein’s son to Woodside Mill, there are a million little secrets in Greenville.
We did our best to keep Greenville updates on all things coronavirus – including when new ordinances were put in place.
Simpsonville has been growing this year, and this community food + entertainment venue was a big move for the city.