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).
Delta Regional Medical Center and the Hodding Carter Memorial YMCA have partnered again for their 5210 Weigh To Go program taking place this month.
Although this is DRMC and YMCA’s first year holding this program, this will be their third program this year.
All local food establishments must be certified on how to properly dispose of oils, fats and grease by the end of the year.
Based on the policy given by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Consent Decree, all food service establishments (FSE) will be required to have the certification by Dec. 31.
A familiar face at Greenville City Hall, Kyla Washington has accepted a new role with the mayor’s office.
Washington, a Greenville native, started Aug. 7 as the new executive assistant to the mayor and public relations director.
Greenville’s Planning and Zoning Department has welcomed a new leader.
Mack-Arthur Turner Jr. since Aug. 12 has been settling into his new role as the director of the City of Greenville’s Planning and Zoning Department.
Residents of Greenville will be receiving another tax increase in the upcoming fiscal year.
At Greenville City Council’s final budget session Monday, all council members except for one voted “yay” for the $86 million dollar budget for the 2019-20 fiscal year. Councilman Bill Boykin was the only council member to vote “nay.”
The Washington County run-off election’s unofficial results are in, but absentee and affidavit votes are still waiting to be finalized.
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For the Supervisor District 4 seat, Mala Brooks received 385 votes to Charles Patterson’s 316.
The Old Fire Station No. 1 Museum will soon be protected by a new and improved roof.