Hollandale native and Simmons High School teacher Ivory Johnson will be making his debut as a contestant in the 2020 JEOPARDY! Teachers Tournament this week.
The City of Greenville Water Department this week began implementing a walk-up payment center for customers who wish to pay their utility bill in person as City Hill is still closed to the general public.
The City of Greenville and Washington County are both still reeling from what has been a financially challenging past six weeks.
Both local entities discussed hazard pay recently in their respective meetings and the county BOS unanimously voted to provide a month’s hazard pay for county employees at their last regular meeting.
The Greenville Public School District Board of Trustees held a work session meeting at noon Monday to discuss district and school updates, the district report card and budgeting.
Greenville High School graduating seniors will begin picking up their graduate regalia Friday and Saturday.
A great number of municipalities are reeling from the impact of COVID-19 in some way or another, and the city’s water department is no exception.
The City of Greenville’s water department is currently dealing with the impact coronavirus has had on it as utility bills have to go out later than originally scheduled.
While Domino’s Pizza is widely recognized for its tasty menu items, Domino’s in Greenville this week was recognized for something much more — feeding the front line workers of their community.
Last month, IMS Engineers brought on board one of Greenville’s own — 23-year-old Jackson State alumna Jeron Collins.
IMS Engineers, a minority-owned engineering firm based in Jackson, was appointed in January to provide services in addressing Washington County’s infrastructure needs.
With so much uncertainty concerning the state of local economies, businesses and the livelihood of so many due to the COVID-19 crisis, many people are wondering what or who will fill in the gap?
Governor Tate Reeves issued a Safer At Home order, which went into effect 8 a.m. Monday and expires at 8 a.m. Monday, May 11.
The City of Greenville adopted the order on Friday, noting the city’s 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew still remains in effect.