"Its appearance is a naturally forming phenomenon,” said Drew Smith, the city’s urban forester.
Greenville was recently named one of the best locations to bring your dogs while traveling.
The article examined so-called "breakout cities" that are drawing workers and new businesses away from major metropolitan areas.
If you love camping and you love Falls Park, this unique fundraiser may be the perfect event for you. Camp the Falls, an urban camping experience in Falls Park, will…
Spring is right around the corner, which means it’s almost time to finally get out of the house and enjoy all that Mother Nature has to offer. From the zoo…
Greenville Mayor Knox White receives tourism award.
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.
The city's new multimillion-dollar park west of downtown will be called Unity Park.
Greenville City Council on Monday gave initial approval to spending $3.5 million in tourism-related tax revenue to buy warehouses and wetlands for City Park.
Over the past four decades, downtown Greenville has become a prime example of effective urban planning. But what will downtown be like in the future? The answer will be found in a new downtown strategic plan that is expected to get underway in April.
Greenville has advanced to the round of eight in the “Strongest Town Contest,” a NCAA bracket-style online competition to find the most successful, resilient communities.
It’s probably the most famous tree in Greenville, or at least the most photographed, that American beech at the edge of Falls Park with its exposed roots. And the South…
When a developer proposed building an office building on property on the banks of the Reedy River at the edge of Falls Park, the Carolina Foothills Garden Club pledged to help the city purchase the land. On Monday, that pledge became official as the Greenville City Council approved an agreement with the Garden Club, Upstate Forever and the Community Foundation of Greenville.
While the Reedy River has become a hub for recreation in downtown Greenville, some residents believe it needs more access points outside the city.
Falls Park could be getting a new entryway thanks to the Grand Bohemian and the City of Greenville.