2018 has brought much news, some long-awaited, to the Greenville community. From the birth of a baby orangutan to the resolution of a 28-year-old cold case, there has been no…
A public ribbon cutting was held at 11 a.m. Friday, June 1, to celebrate the opening of Cancer Survivors Park.
The creation of Cancer Survivors Park, Greenville’s newest and perhaps most unique park, in many ways mirrors the journey on which those it is meant to serve find themselves.
It will be years before the value of the Cancer Survivors Park is understood. Yet, I can already glimpse its significance.
The Clement’s Kindness Children’s Garden in the Cancer Survivors Park has been named for Dr. William F. Schmidt III, the medical director of the Greenville Health System Children’s Hospital of Greenville.
The “cheese grater” bridge is no more. Huzzah!
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The NEXT Innovation Center is the newest location for Greenville B-Cycle, the bicycle-sharing program that provides a bike rental network across downtown.
In support of the Cancer Survivors Park, the Greenville Swamp Rabbits will have a Stick-It-To-Cancer game presented by Bon Secours St. Francis on Feb. 10 against the Orlando Sun Bears.
Beginning Monday, the Cancer Survivors Park boardwalk will be closed for approximately seven weeks to facilitate the ongoing construction of the Cancer Survivors Park. During the temporary closure, trail users can access Falls Park via Cleveland Street and Camperdown Way.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held Sept. 27 for the second phase of the $7.5 million Cancer Survivors Park that will connect Falls and Cleveland parks along the Swamp Rabbit Trail.
A section of the Greenville Health System Swamp Rabbit Trail that links Cleveland Park to Falls Park will be temporarily closed beginning Tuesday because of work on the second phase of the Cancer Survivors Park.
City gives initial approval to matching $250,000 private gift
Butterfly sculptures land downtown to honor cancer survivors