A group of pastors and ministers of Greenville and Washington County have joined together to help the community tackle the city’s high homicide rate and according to the Greenville Police Deparment, there have been 11 so far this year.
LELAND — Folks in Leland are preparing for what many consider one of their favorite meals of the year at next week’s annual St. James Parish Fair.
Less than a week away, the parish fair will not only serve plates of spaghetti and meatballs, but also a plethora of activities for people of all ages to enjoy.
Former ClearWater Solutions employees will soon receive remaining or unused vacation and sick time accumulated during their time with the City of Greenville.
After hearing from the community and public, the Leland School Bond issue is being reconsidered for a second election.
At Monday’s Leland School Board meeting, the board voted to bring the bond back for a second time in the proposed general election taking place Nov. 5.
Delta Cotton Belles and Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church has partnered up to host a free Pink Check-Up breast screening event next weekend.
Laughs, cries and betrayal, with some cool, upbeat songs in the mix, is what folks can expect to see at the upcoming show this week at Delta Center Stage.
After 38 years, DCS is bringing back, “Godspell,” the classic musical celebration of the life of Christ.
The North Mississippi Chapter of American Red Cross in Washington County is seeking volunteers to assist with the services provided by the Red Cross.
They are hosting a North MS American Red Cross Expo from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at the American Annex Building, 145 N. Shelby St.
The Washington County Board of Supervisors is holding a public hearing next week for their proposed budget and proposed tax levies for the 2019-2020 fiscal year.
Local children now have a second computer they can use at the local library in downtown Greenville.
The William Alexander Percy Memorial Library this week installed a second interactive computer for the children’s library.
Innovative programs are being implemented at Greenville Public School District.
At Tuesday’s Greenville City Council Meeting, faculty and staff of GPSD discussed the different programs offered at Greenville High School (GHS) and Greenville Technical Center (GTC).