This sculpture of steel butterflies by Yuri Tsuzuki is located on the One Main Street building. There will be a collection of butterflies migrating through town all the way to Cancer Survivors Park.
This bronze sculpture in Cancer Survivors Park by Charles Pate Jr. features a child in the protection of a lion.
The pedestrian bridge over Reedy River in Cancer Survivors Park is now open full time as construction in the rest of the park finishes.
The Ink n Ivy restaurant building on the corner of Brown and Coffee Streets, with open air dining on the bottom and top floors.
Construction continues on Markley Station on Markley Street in the West End. The original buildings are being renovated for retail and office space.
Sezessionville Road was part of the musical lineup at Fall for Greenville.
This is a preview of streets packed with a wonderfully bewildering array of food tent choices coming to Fall for Greenville tonight.
Fall for Greenville is almost here, with rides and food galore!
A view up a sidewalk of Crepe Myrtle trees along North Main Street on a foggy day.
The Get Out Greenville event was held on Saturday at Lake Conestee Nature Park. It included demonstrations and a wide variety of outdoor related activities. There were a variety of bicycle races on a cyclocross course set up in the park.