News Releases

  1. 10/25/2016 - Angolan Colobus Monkey Born at Greenville Zoo

    The Greenville Zoo is celebrating the arrival of yet another new member of the zoo family - an Angolan colobus monkey. Animal care staff discovered the baby in the early morning on Friday, October 14. More
  2. 10/25/2016 - Miles Joins His New Giraffe Family on Exhibit

    Miles, the Greenville Zoo’s new seven-year-old male Masai giraffe, has cleared quarantine and has joined Autumn and Tatu on exhibit. Read on...
  3. 10/12/2016 - Parking Available in New Garage for Festival Weekend

    The City of Greenville’s newest parking facility, the Broad Street Garage, will be open for what City officials expect to be a blockbuster festival weekend in downtown Greenville. More
  4. 10/11/2016 - Belk Fall for Greenville Celebrates 35th Anniversary

    Belk Fall for Greenville presented by Pepsi turns 35 this year and returns to downtown Greenville with signature tastes from over 40 different food vendors. Read on...
  5. 10/10/2016 - Fire Department Partners with Bon Secours St. Francis on Public Safety Initiatives

    Chief Stephen Kovalcik announced today that the Greenville City Fire Department (GCFD) and Bon Secours St. Francis Health System have joined forces on two important initiatives designed to make the community safer. More
  6. 10/5/2016 - Greenlink Assisting with Charleston Evacuation Efforts

    Greenlink sent three buses and bus operators, along with a mechanic and a service vehicle, to Charleston this morning to aid with the evacuation of Lowcountry residents. More about Evacuation
  7. 10/5/2016 - Boo in the Zoo to Celebrate 30th Anniversary

    This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Greenville Zoo’s signature Halloween event for children ages 12 and under. More about Boo in the Zoo
  8. 10/3/2016 - Public Invited to Try Transit in October

    Mayor Knox White has proclaimed October as “Try Transit Month” in the city of Greenville and Greenlink has a full schedule of events designed to raise awareness of the economic and environmental benefits of public transit. More
  9. 9/22/2016 - Greenville Zoo Welcomes New Resident

    The Greenville Zoo welcomed a new resident to the zoo family this week. His name is Miles and he is a seven-year-old male Masai giraffe. More
  10. 9/20/2016 - City Manager Presents FY2015-2016 Year-End Results

    City Manager John Castile and OMB Director Kai Nelson presented the City of Greenville’s FY2015-2016 preliminary year-end results at a City Council work session this afternoon. More
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