From Next Door: Ed Yazijian, North Main Street Our female Bengal cat Mina has been missing since Thursday night on 2/15. She is small and has spots like a leopard. Mina is very shy and not used to being outdoors.Read more
Mark your calendars now for our March 8 Member Drop In to be held at the Hall of Fame Sports Grill. They will offer specials to NMCA members who attend and NMCA will provide some appetizers. So stop byRead more
One of our residents pets, Chipper, a prairie dog, is missing this morning in the North Main area. He lives on Buist. See photo of him with his teddy bear. He has 3 legs. Please keep a lookout and ifRead more
WHO: Greenville Zoo WHAT: Conservation Lecture Series – Saving South American Giants: Giant Armadillo and Giant Anteater WHEN: Monday, February 5, 7 p.m. – 8 p.m. WHERE: The Children’s Museum of the Upstate, 300 College Street *The lecture will beRead more
A North Main neighbor found this cute cat in his yard yesterday crying non stop. This morning it was at his porch door crying again. It’s hanging around at 1808 N Main. Does anyone recognize it? Thank you!
The Greenville Zoo will be closed to the general public from Monday, January 29 through Friday, February 9 for annual maintenance. Greenville Zoo staff, other City departments and community volunteers will use the two-week timeframe to clean, paint and makeRead more
From Nextdoor North Main at 9:07 pm: Loose dog seen on Simmons Court in North Main. Black, skinny, with colorful collar. Jumped in front of car. No picture.
Please Welcome Your 2018 Board of Directors: President: John DeWorken Vice-President: Phyllis Gilreath Treasurer: Jim Gilreath Recording Secretary: Dave Modeen Membership Secretary: Cheyenne Kozaily Social Com. Sec: Sunnie Harmon Beautification Com Sec: HunterRead more
Still Missing. Reward offered. It has been a week since we’ve missed our Moses. We are desperate to find our sweet family member. The best lead we have actually came last night. We believe he was mistaken for a coyoteRead more
As area residents cope with extremely cold temperatures, the City of Greenville is asking for the public’s help to prevent needless tragedies. According to state and federal fire authorities, home fires occur more in winter than in any other season,Read more