Tag: Historic Park Street Neighborhood

Greenville Fire and Rescue will once again lift the national colors over the parade route. Image by Jim Satterwhite

Independence Day Events

The Park Street neighborhood will be the center of events for Independence Day followed by fireworks at the  Greenville Sports Park. This fireworks spectacular is sponsored by L3 Communications/Mission Integration and the Greenville Parks and Recreation Department. Park Street Baptist Church will be serving a pancake breakfast for early parade […]

Colonel Denny participated in World War II, Korea and Vietnam wars. He will once again drive his restored Vietnam era "jeep" in the parade. File image courtesy of Jim Satterwhite.

Park Street Parade

The Historical Park Street Association celebrates the signing of the Declaration of Independence each year with a grand parade. The 241st anniversary of this event will take place on Tuesday, July 4th.  Parade participants will start (following the Firecracker Fun Run) by assembling near the “Trolley Turnaround” on Park Street.  The […]

Friends and neighbors gathered at the Brent Money residence for hot dogs and snow cones. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

An Old Fashioned Fourth

Lightning flashed and thunder crashed as dawn broke on Park Street in Greenville.  The first casualty of the day was the Firecracker 5-K Foot Race.  It may be rescheduled to another Saturday this month. The Annual Park Street Parade started off with a bang as the Greenville Police Department  Color […]

Citizens addressed the Greenville City Council regarding Park Street and truck traffic.

Citizens Address Council

A sizable number of citizens from the Historic Park Street Neighborhood addressed the City Council Tuesday evening. Spokesperson, Dennis Mathis, expressed concern of 18-wheeled trucks trying to make the sharp turns at Moulton and Park, Park and Johnson, and Stonewall and Oneal/Park Streets.  These avenues are part of US Business 69 […]