In a bitter sweet moment Thursday, Captain Kenneth Haygood bid farewell to Greenville Fire Department, a place he has called home for nine years.
Fellow firefighters and mentors hosted a farewell celebration in his honor June 21 at Fire Station No. 1.
Alternative school programs in Western Line School District are being consolidated from two locations to one, in an effort strengthen the program.
At the June 13 board meeting, members adopted the recommendation from Superintendent Lawrence Hudson to integerate the alternative program at Riverside High School to the O’Bannon campus.
Being masculine does not mean ignorging health. In an effort to bring attention to the health of men with a stiff upper lip, a car show, free food and entertaining speakers are offered to alongside free health screenings at Stein Mart Square, Downtown Washington Avenue, 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. Saturday, June 22.
Parks and Recreation in Greenville is hosting a series of events aimed at offering something for every resident of Greenville, Corey Holmes, Parks and Recreation director, told the Greenville City Council at the June 4 meeting.
After 31 years as the Director of Washington County Library System, Kay Clanton is saying goodbye to a place she has grown to love.
Clanton has been with the library system for the last 40 years and retired Friday.
Schneider Electric will be assisting Western Line School District with renovations made at many buildings throughout the district.
The company will provide enhanced LED lighting throughout buildings, classrooms and athletic fields, as well as replace old air conditioning units with newer fuel efficient units.
Leland Elementary Accelerated School was renamed in honor of an important figure Thursday.
Edna M. Scott, former principal of the school that now bears her name, was not only a principal but an active and important leader in Leland.