Follow the progress as the City works to develop a plan for a new park along the Reedy River. The City of Greenville announced that effective April 1, it will no longer accept glass for recycling at the curb or at its Stone Avenue and Rutherford Road recycling centers.
The City of Greenville has launched two mobile apps designed to make information more accessible and interaction with the City more convenient. The Greenville Zoo invites zoo-goers to tap into the wild at the annual Brew in the Zoo presented by RJ Rockers Brewing Company. Greenville Zoo officials announced today that Walter, the zoo’s male giraffe, is among 20 Masai giraffes from across North America that the Giraffe Species Survival Program (SSP) has recommended for transfer to other facilities.
The City of Greenville announced today that effective April 1, it will no longer accept glass for recycling at the curb or at its Stone Avenue and Rutherford Road recycling centers.
Greenville Zoo Administrator Jeff Bullock announced today that the Angolan colobus monkey born on February 16 has passed away.
Greenlink and Greenville Transit Authority (GTA) were recognized by the South Carolina Alliance for Mobile Infrastructure at its annual conference in Isle of Palms last week.
The Greenville Zoo Foundation today announced Pelham Medical Center as the title sponsor of the 2016 Zoom Through the Zoo, which will take place on Saturday, April 2. In addition to today being Tatu’s first day on exhibit, the Greenville Zoo is celebrating the arrival of yet another new member of the zoo family - an Angolan Colobus monkey.
IT’S A BOY(Greenville SC) The Greenville Zoo staff and representatives from the Greenville Zoo Foundation gathered this afternoon to introduce the newest member of the zoo family. On Wednesday, the Greenville City Fire Department (GCFD) responded to a home fire that was caused when a resident accidentally knocked over a kerosene heater.
Greenlink has partnered with Google Maps to make using public transportation in Greenville even more convenient. Greenlink has expanded its bike locker program by installing two new BikeLids at County Square. A collaboration between Greenlink and volunteer programming group Code for Greenville has resulted in a mobile app that allows riders to pinpoint the location of the downtown trolleys in real time. Asheville Citizen- Times, December 24, 2015Outdoor ice skating at Sugar Mountain Ski Resort in Avery County, North Carolina, and in downtown Greenville, South Carolina. National Public Radio, July 29, 2011NPR's Julie Rose writes, "The worst of the recession, businesses closed their doors on many Main Streets throughout the country. Food Arts Magazine, October 2013Passerelle Bistro, located in Falls Park, received kudos from Food Arts magazine for its casual continental cuisine. INC News Now, May 1, 2014In a special report, "On River's Edge," the Indiana News Channel ventured to Greenville South Carolina, a community that took a risk with its river and won. FOX News, June 3, 2014Located just above the Liberty Bridge in Falls Park, Passerelle Bistro was in the top 100 of OpenTable users nationwide.
Trip Advisor, June 2014Falls Park joins the ranks of the nation's finest parks, chosen as number 10 of the country's best parks by the 2014 Travelers' Choice Trip Advisor awards.


Writer James Fallows of The Atlantic outlines the eleven signs a city will succeed, and uses Greenville as an example of that success. Greenville encompasses big-city amenities without attracting the same unpleasantries that come with a more populated, urban city. The South Carolina Arts Commission announces the 2016 Elizabeth O’Neill Verner Governor’s Awards for the Arts, the highest honor the state presents in the arts, choosing the City of Greenville as its government recipient. With a growing food scene, a creative DIY spirit, and a serious cycling culture, this once-sleepy southern town has reinvented itself as an exciting destination.
Travel writer Amanda Heckert muses about moving to Greenville after a recent visit to her parents' Upstate home. Travel and Leisure - May 2012Travel and Leisure writer Wayne Curtis sampled Main Streets of smaller cities across America, looking for distinctive qualities to choose the 'Greatest Main Streets.' Find out why Greenville made the cut. The Huntsville Times - May 15, 2012Huntsville, AL Mayor Tommy Battle returned from a weekend fact-finding trip to Greenville, South Carolina, feeling pretty good about Huntsville's downtown.
Bicycling Magazine has named Greenville, South Carolina, as one of the Best Small Cities for Cycling in the USA. Men's Journal - August 2012Greenville made George Hincapie's 'short list' of favorites, which he outlined during an interview with Men's Journal just prior to his final race before retirement.
New York Times - September 21, 2012Automotive columnist Jim Motavalli takes a look at Greenville's electric car sharing program, WeCar, and the unique public-private partnership that is making it a success. Southern Living - September 22, 2012Southern Living's Paula Disbrowe loosened her belt a notch as she tasted and imbibed her way through Euphoria, Greenville's annual gastrointestinal extravaganza.
View photographs taken to honor and remember the service of Greenville Police Officer Allen Jacobs. The Greenville Police Department has been receiving multiple reports about an IRS Scam.According to the reports, scammers have been calling and claiming to be the IRS. On January 3, 2016, through a social media outlet, the Greenville Police Department learned of allegations of excessive force by Officer R. For the month of June, our monthly campaign will focus on firearm safety and animal appreciation. Live 5 News, January 19, 2016Ice on Main in downtown Greenville opened for its final day of the season Monday. Greenville News, December 22, 2015United Community Bank Ice on Main is the temporary open-air rink set up in downtown Greenville in front of the Marriott with United Community Bank as the title sponsor. Greenville News, December 5, 2015United Community Bank Ice on Main, located in the heart of downtown Greenville, is an open-air ice skating rink – the only one of its kind in Upstate South Carolina. Greenville News, December 2, 2015Ice skating and warm clothing go hand-in-hand, so it makes sense that United Community Bank Ice on Main is trying to spread some warm wishes this weekend. Greenville News, November 20, 2015And now, for the 5th year in a row, Greenville's favorite winter tradition, United Community Bank Ice on Main, is back in the heart of downtown.
WYFF 4, November 9, 2015Work began Monday to install the United Community Bank Ice on Main rink in Downtown Greenville.


WSPA 7, November 6, 2015Construction of the holiday season ice rink in downtown Greenville is scheduled to begin Monday. WMBF News, November 8, 2015Work will begin on Monday to install the outdoor ice skating rink for the upcoming Ice on Main season, city officials said. Syncora to withdraw city lawsuitNovember 27, 2015 - 12:13 PM Lamar Ledger - Chris Frost Bond Company Syncora Guarantee, the company that issued the bonds to fund the Lamar Repowering Project, will be filing motions necessary to withdraw its claims against the city for the failed repowering project, according to City Administrator John Sutherland.
11 Dogs Who Learned The Hard Way Not To Eat BeesNovember 27, 2015 - 6:54 AM BuzzFeed - Erin Chack Bees don't taste very good.
16 Secrets For Shopping At Target That Will Blow Your MindNovember 27, 2015 - 2:20 PM BuzzFeed - Lara Parker Just in case you needed another reason to shop at Target. 43 Insanely Cool Remodeling Ideas For Your HomeNovember 27, 2015 - 3:13 AM BuzzFeed - Peggy Wang Can you get through this post without calling your contractor? FBI to start tracking animal cruelty in 2016November 27, 2015 - 6:15 AM Baltimore Sun - Alison Knezevich The FBI will begin tracking cases of animal cruelty nationally in 2016, a move advocates hope will bring more attention to the crime among law enforcement agencies and underscore the link between animal abuse and other violent crimes. Mystery deepens for what made tarantulas blueNovember 27, 2015 - 2:17 PM Science News Magazine - Susan Milius Blue hair on tarantulas shows what evolution does with iridescence that females probably don't care about.
3 Are Dead in Colorado Springs Shootout at Planned Parenthood CenterNovember 27, 2015 - 9:05 PM New York Times A police officer and two civilians were killed and the authorities arrested a suspect, suggesting he had brought explosive devices with him.
Black Friday brawl videos are how rich people shame the poorNovember 27, 2015 - 2:34 PM Washington Post - Sally Kohn Stop gawking.
The zoo’s Masai giraffes, named Walter and Autumn, will have a calf in early February (or any day now).
Stroll down Main Street to have a cup of hot chocolate, browse the Christmas displays and watch — or join — the skaters at Ice on Main. Monday morning when the large chilling device that makes the rink possible is lowered by crane.
Western bombs falling on Raqqa will fill them with joyNovember 27, 2015 - 1:00 AM UK Guardian Militants in Syria dream of a big showdown with the US and Europe. November 27, 2015 - 11:58 PM WFTV ABC Orlando South Daytona Animal Control is investigating a picture posted on Facebook of a dog's mouth taped shut. It was enough to shock a Food Republic editor into buying a cheap Southwest ticket and heading to town for a culinary adventure! They retaliate with bombs, even though bombs are one of the main reasons why we are facing terrorism in the first place: because bombs predominantly kill innocent people, and thus help to create fresh recruits for the terrorist cause.



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