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Annual Financial Report Released, December 30, 2003

Council Considers Jim Bourey for City Manager Position, December 12, 2003

City of Greenville Awards Road Contract for Research and Development Park, October 29, 2003

State Infrastructure Bank to Begin Payments for Autopark Infrastructure Work, October 9 2003

Zora Neale Hurston Celebration October 16 – 18, October 7, 2003

Workshop Focus: West End Stadium, September 6, 2003

Downtown Street Performers Wanted for Acoustic Cafe, September 30, 2003

Public Invited to West End Woirkshop,  September 29, 2003

City Receives Walkable City Award, September 22, 2003

Neighborhood Resource Center Now Open in City Hall, September 18, 2003

Endowment Fund Established for Falls Park on the Reedy, September 10, 2003

Public Invited to Hear Results of City Historic Survey, September 3, 2003

City Urges Prompt Demolition in Race Against Uncontrolled Collapse, September 2, 2003

Imminent Collapse of Polycraft Poses Threat to Adjacent Buildings, August 26, 2003

South Main Street Buildings Called a "House of Cards",  August 22, 2003

New Saturday Market Mural Adds Flavor to Downtown,  August 21, 2003

Surratt’s Engineer Declines to Make Comments on Condition of South Main St. Buildings,  August 21, 2003

City Code Administrator Studies Demolition Plan,  August 18, 2003

Fire Chief Inducted into the Hall of Fame,  August, 18, 2003

Fire Marshall Secures Main Street Buildings, August, 14, 2003

Task Force Recommends Expo Center Renovations, August 14,  2003

City Fire Dept. Orders Evacuation of S. Main Street Buildings, August 11,  2003

Storytelling Festival Rescheduled Due to Rain,August 11, 2003 

Council Member Sofield Selected as Delegate to Vietnam, August 4,  2003

Council Member Flemming Elected MASC President, July 17,  2003

City to Host Grant Workshop, July 14,  2003

Storytelling set for August 9 in Cleveland Park, July 9, 2003 

Bond Ratings Endorse City’s Vibrant Economic Growth, July 2, 2003 

Partnerships and Planning Make Home Ownership a Reality  June 24, 2003 

Council Member Smock to Attend National Forum on Early Childhood,  June 5, 2003 

Noted Author, Spiritual Counselor to Host Greenville Workshop,  June 3, 2003 

Much Ado About Nothing Opens June 4 in Cleveland Park,  May 29, 2003

City Named 2003 Great American Main Street,  May 20, 2003

City Awarded Tree City USA designation,  May 7, 2003

Pandolfi Concert Part of Phantom Countdown,  May 1, 2003

Phantom Countdown Begins, May 1, 2003

Former Hospital Site Dedicated, April 24, 2003

Community Development Week Kicks Off with Dedication,  April 21, 2003

Free Weekend Parking in Richardson Street Garage, April 18, 2003

Reedy River Nighttime Concert Series Begins 2003 Season in June , April 17, 2003

Greenville Participates in Worldwide Celebration of Tai Chi and Qi Gong ,March 17, 2003

Celtic Soul to Headline Return to the Green Festival on March 9,  February 24, 2003

City Receives Federal Appropriation for Neighborhood Development, February 14, 2003

POLICE: Campaign for Bomb Dog Vests, February 25, 2003

Greenville Welcomes New Sister City Tianjin Free Trade Zone, China February 10, 2003


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