The Bobby Pearse Community Center will be demolished. The future of that parcel is now uncertain. The Greenville Online article can be seen at this link.
Traffic, Growth, Crosswalks and Trees! Join your neighbors and members of City Council at the State of the City Thursday, November 1 6:00pm Stone Academy – 115 Randall Street 29609 Moderated by Eric Connor of The Greenville News Read more
Please join your neighbors and members of City Council at the State of the City Presented by The North Main Community Association A Town Hall format with City Council Members Amy Ryberg Doyle & Lillian Brock Flemming Thursday, November 1Read more
With the current public meetings taking place regarding the future of the Bobby Pearse Center, we thought many of you should be familiar with the important history of the Center. It’s not just a building, but a memorial. Judy BainbridgeRead more
The City of Greenville will host three community engagement sessions to discuss the status of the Bobby Pearse Community Center and give Parks & Recreation program participants, neighborhood residents and the public an opportunity to provide feedback regarding the futureRead more
Reminder: August 17 at 5 PM is the deadline for submitting your application to the 2040 Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee, which will play an integral role in the development of the plan. Beginning in September, the committee will meet approximatelyRead more
As you know, on May 29 a large tree fell on the Bobby Pearse Community Center. The damage was significant and the facility is currently uninhabitable. City staff is currently evaluating the next steps for the Bobby Pearse Center andRead more
On Monday, August 6, from 6:30 – 8pm, at the Sears Shelter in McPherson Park, Susan McLarty, Greenville Homeless Alliance Coordinator, will speak and answer questions about “Gentrification – Why This is a Challenge for the Entire Community? and theRead more
Just a reminder: The NMCA Fall Member Social is this Sunday afternoon, Nov 5, from 2 until 4:30 pm at Main & Stone, 18 E. Stone Ave. We’ll be by the pool so come and enjoy an afternoon with friends,Read more
For those planning on attending Boo on Buist this afternoon, it has been cancelled due to impending weather. With rain and possible storms looking more promising all the time, it would not be fun or safe.