The Leland School District continues making plans for renovations at their schools, with hopes for more plans if their proposed bond is voted for.
At Tuesday Greenville City Council meeting, the council rejected the bid for the demolition of the Elks Lodge No. 148 Building on Washington Avenue.
The bid amount for demolition was $400,000 from the contractor, Lesure’s Demolition of Greenville, and the company was the only bidder.
At Monday’s Greenville City Council special budget session, voting was split between the council about increasing water and sewer rates.
Councilman James Wilson, along with other members of the council, did not want to increase water and sewer rates because of the recent added $4 for trash pickup.
Delta Health Alliance, Leland School District and the City of Leland have partnered together to bring some positive changes to Leland School Park.
Monday’s Greenville City Council special budget session sparked a voting difference between the council members about charging for trash pickup.
The City of Greenville, compared to other cities throughout the Delta, has never charged to pick up trash in the city, but that’s about to change.
The Washington County general election official results are in.
The results were certified and made official on Wednesday. Candidates who may want to contest and or request for ballot box examinations have 20 days after certification day to do so.
At Thursday’s Greenville City Council special budget session, different community partners came before the council requesting additional funds for their organization.
The council allowed the representatives from the different organizations to explain how much money they are requesting and why.
A&A Pharmacies throughout the Delta have been making some changes to their locations and staff.
New changes and new faces have made their way to the Greenville Public School District.
The district’s new focus and emphasis will be on the 5S Movement, which stands for Safety, Supervision, Scores equals Student Success. The new motto is “It’s A New Day at GPSD.”
Mississippi Action for Community Education (MACE) is getting ready for this year’s Mississippi Delta Blues & Heritage Festival.
The 42nd annual blues festival is set for Sept. 21 at the Washington County Convention Center fairgrounds. Gates open at 10 a.m. and the festival starts at noon.