When are you going to start publishing every day or add a second day?

At this time, we have no plans to move to a daily frequency or add another day, nor do we anticipate doing so in the future. We believe the current Journal model, which allows readers the opportunity to enjoy the paper over a full week, is more consistent with both the changing needs of today's fast-paced society and the future of the newspaper industry.

How do you determine what goes in the Journal?

Our editorial team reviews each story and asks five general questions:
1. Is it happening in our community, and/or does it specifically impact the residents of our community?
2. Will it interest a significant portion of our readers?
3. Is it timely?
4. Do we have the resources to cover the story effectively?
5. Do we have enough actual space in the publication to run the story?

If our editorial team can collectively answer yes to these questions, with particular emphasis on questions 1 and 2, then the story goes into the paper.

How do I get something in the Journal?

You can mail, phone, fax, or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. your story ideas, press releases and photo opportunities to the Journal, but there are no guarantees that we will run it in the paper, as it must be reviewed by our editorial team. You can submit event information for our calendar through this form. You can also email or mail your photos to us. Each photo must meet our quality standards for reproduction and specify each person in the photo before it is reviewed by our editorial team.

Is the Journal affiliated with The Greenville News?

No. The Journal is locally owned and operated and is not affiliated with The Greenville News in any way. The Greenville News is owned by the Gannett Co. located in Arlington, Va.

Where is the Journal printed?

In Gastonia, N.C. at The Gaston Gazette, an award-winning print site that also prints The New York Times, among other daily and weekly newspapers.

Where, when, and how is The Journal distributed?

It is delivered primarily to homes in targeted subdivisions on Thursday evenings and Friday mornings by an independent carrier force. In addition, it is widely available throughout the area at hundreds of convenient locations and is available locally or nationally via mail subscription.

What do I do if I don't receive my Journal?

If the Journal is normally delivered to your home by a Journal carrier and it does not arrive by noon on Friday, please call us at 679-1240 and report it so we can correct the problem.

How do I get the Journal if I do not live in one of the targeted subdivisions?

You may contact us by phone at 864.679.1240 to arrange a mail subscription for $125/year or $85 for 6 months, or you can complete your subscription purchase here through PayPal. The Greenville Journal is also available at all area BI-LO, Publix and Food Lion supermarkets, as well as these Upstate locations:


Easley Chamber | 1105 Highway 123


Earth Fare | 3620 Pelham Road

The Fresh Market | 27 N. Pleasantburg Drive

Greenville Chamber | 24 Cleveland Street

Greenville County Library | 25 Heritage Green

Greenville County Square | 301 University Ridge

Greenville CVB | 206 S. Main Street

Hampton Inn | 171 River Place

Ingles | 1500 Poinsett Highway

Ingles | 1335 Stalling Road

MaryBeth's | 500 E. McBee Avenue

NOMA Square | 220 N. Main Street

Poinsett Plaza | 120 S. Main Street

Sav-A-Lot | 7912 White Horse Road

Sidewalk @ Bergamo Plaza | 101 N. Main Street

Sidewalk @ Post Office | Washington Street

Stax Omega | 72 Orchard Park Drive

Stax Epicurean | 1455 Woodruff Road

Stax's Original | 1704 Poinsett Highway

Strossner's | 21 Roper Mountain Road

Tommy's Country Ham House | 214 Rutherford Street

Westin Poinsett | 120 South Main Street

Whole Foods | 1140 Woodruff Road


Greer Chamber | 111 Trade Street

Ingles | 1524 Locust Hill Road

Quality Foods of Greer | 508 N. Main Street


Home Town IGA | 2914 Geer Highway


Mauldin Chamber | 101 E. Butler Road


Ingles | 8164 Augusta Road


Barnes & Noble | 1489 W.O. Ezel Boulevard

Broadway Bagels | 1200 E. Main Street

Chpaman Cultural Center | 205 St. John Street

Converse Deli | 551 E. Main Street

Creams & Coffee Beans | 1735 John B. White Sr. Boulveard

The Fresh Market | 141 Fernwood Drive

Garner's Natural Foods | 1855 E. Main Street

Groucho's | 100 E. Main Street

Hub City Book Shop | 186 W. Main Street

Hub City Coffee Shop | 186 W. Main Street

Spartanburg Chamber | 105 N. Pine Street


Market for Life | 2801 Wade Hampton Boulevard


Cafe at Williams Hardware | 13 S. Main Street

Ingles | 1500 Geer Highway