LELAND — Residents of Leland will be able to hear from city officials regarding the budget for the upcoming fiscal year which does not reflect any outstanding changes or deviations from the normal fees.
It’s that time of year again for St. Joseph Catholic School’s highly anticipated Delta tradition, the St. Joseph Parish Fair.
The 105th annual parish fair, which is the longest-running parish fair in Mississippi, is set to go from 5-9 p.m. Tuesday on the grounds of St. Joseph Catholic High School, 1501 VFW Road.
Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis once said, “If women didn’t exist, all the money in the world would have no meaning.”
While the context of Onassis’ quote might be questionable, this Saturday’s “Money, Purpose, Success” Women’s Entrepreneurship Summit is sure to demonstrate just how meaningful both women and money are.
What can happen when the needs of a community and the desire to meet those needs intersect?
The Bayer company and Sacred Heart/St. Joseph St. Vincent de Paul Society of Greenville show just what can.
One local artist is gearing up for a highly anticipated exhibit featuring her paintings for the first time this week.
The Greenville Arts Council is hosting an opening reception this week for the exhibit titled, “Jean Nimrod: A Delta Retrospective.”
Some of Washington County’s dilapidated streets are soon to receive some much needed maintenance work.
The Washington County Board of Supervisors this week met with various local officials who are responsible for the safe and successful day-to-day operations in Washington County.
The Labor Day holiday this Monday will impact the garbage and trash pickup schedule beginning Monday.
There will be no trash routes on Monday.
Monday’s routes will be picked up on Tuesday.
Tuesday’s routes will be picked up on Wednesday.
Wednesday’s routes will be picked up on Thursday.