As he was finishing his last few days at St. Joseph Catholic Church, a pile of thank you letters sat on Father Bill Henry’s desk Thursday. He read one out aloud.
Because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, both the Greenville and Leland public pools will be closed this summer.
Even though the Summer Art Camps at the E.E. Bass Cultural Arts Center cannot take place due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Greenville Arts Council staff and volunteers have found a creative way for local children to artistically grow.
Instead of taking their debris to the landfill, a handful of tree contractors have been secretly dumping their limbs, branches and stumps in vacant lots and back roads throughout Greenville.
When the South Main Greenville reopened its dining room Monday afternoon, restaurant manager Mamie Causey said, in many ways, it was as if nothing had changed. Many of Causey’s loyal customers sat at their favorite tables, ordering their favorite items from the menu.
Through family medical issues and personal athletic injuries, Skyler Triplett never got knocked down her senior year.
Skyler will graduate from St. Joseph Catholic School this spring. Her story is one of resilience and keeping the faith that has given inspiration to both her classmates and teachers.
As Delta Center Stage sits silent and empty during the COVID-19 crisis, Tim Bixler is doing his best to make sure that the Greenville theatre will be ready to open back up once he and his actors are given the green light that it is safe to return to action.
Ebony Jefferson, a Greenville resident and card dealer at Harlow’s Casino Resort & Spa, is one of the more than 17 million people in this country who have filed for unemployment in the last four weeks since the coronavirus epidemic struck.
“Do you need masks?”
This was the question Lea Margaret Hamilton asked her friend, Amy Walker, two weeks ago.
Walker, the chief nursing officer at the Delta Regional Community Center, replied, “Yes, and quickly.”
Phillip Riggins, the produce manager of the Stop-N-Shop in Leland, comes to work everyday and does his job, just as usual.