The start of a new school year is just around the corner, and that means it’s time for students to get immunization shots.
A man was found dead on the highway this weekend after being run over by multiple vehicles.
At 3:15 a.m. Saturday, July 13, officers with the Greenville Police Department were dispatched to 1800 Highway 82 West, where they found a black male laying in the highway.
After getting to experience their first full session at their very own campsite, Camp Looking Glass’s 15th annual summer camp will wrap up this weekend.
Since Sunday, 28 campers with special needs and 38 volunteers have spent the week experiencing fun activities at their permanent campsite on Wilcox Road.
The Greenville Fire Department’s annual fire hydrant inspection is underway.
Fire Chief Ruben Brown said his crew inspects the city’s 1,200 or so fire hydrants for residual flow and static and flow pressures to ensure they are providing adequate water pressure.
The City of Leland will soon boast a brand new fire truck thanks to a recent federal grant they obtained.
Just last week, Mississippi Senators Roger Wicker and Cindy Hyde-Smith announced 11 cities across the state were awarded money for community projects through a United States Department of Agriculture totaling $409,700.
Summer is just around the corner, and the scorching hot temps are already in the Delta. For those eager to beat the heat, here are the area swimming pools folks can check out.
Hodding Carter Memorial YMCA
Folks are making a splash at the Hodding Carter Memorial YMCA, 1688 Fairground Road.
The Greenville Arts Council is gearing up for a jam-packed summer full of fun activities for local children to enjoy.
The GAC’s annual summer art camps, which are open to children ages 5-12, start next week and wrap up in July. The cost to participate is $100 per week for non GAC-members and $75 for GAC members.