Shirley Greene Assistant Features Editor


About Shirley

Shirley Greene, assistant features editor for The Post and Courier, joined the newspaper in 1977 as a reporter and has covered multiple beats, including schools, police and government. Shirley also has served in several editing positions: North Area Bureau editor, Your Lowcountry editor, Faith and Values editor and assistant city editor. She holds a bachelor's degree in Communications from Winthrop College. A lifelong Lowcountry resident, Shirley writes a weekly column reflecting on people, events or trends primarily in the local minority community.

Recent Articles

A final column, then retirement

I always wanted to learn to play the piano. I took lessons when I was 35 for about a year. Then again at 40 for another year.

2 favorite Christmas experiences: Candlelight services and Handel's Messiah

Two of my favorite Christmas experiences are hearing Handel's Messiah, especially the "Hallelujah Chorus," and attending a...

Back to school without worrying about tuition

If you are 60, retired or working part-time and have time on your hands, here's an idea.

Offering a vet thanks and a helping hand

Be sure to thank a vet today.

Homestead exemption an October treat

October brings what many look forward to this time of year: a nice chill in the air, the Coastal Carolina Fair and All Hallows...

New researcher adds to MUSC legacy of helping fight sickle cell disease

It appears that a “little understood” disease that affects a disproportionate number of African-Americans in South...

Piggly Wiggly still has people talking

Who knew the sale of a few supermarkets in the Lowcountry would become such a hot topic?

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