After half a year at the helm, Mack-Arthur Turner Jr. will no longer lead the city's planning and zoning department.
Decided by a majority vote of the city council, Turner will no longer serve as the director of planning and zoning for the City of Greenville, effectively immediately.
As of Tuesday, there were still many residents of Washington County who were without power. Others had only recently had powered restored.
Officials were still assessing the damage Tuesday, but gathered Monday afternoon to discuss plans.
The eighth annual Mississippi River Marathon is approaching, and Race Director John Conner gave a full run-down at this week’s Greenville Rotary Club meeting.
Conner, who is serving in his third year as race director for the Mississippi River Marathon, said this year’s marathon is set to kick off at 8 a.m. Feb. 8.
A new Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring Program has gotten underway at the Hodding Carter Memorial YMCA.
According to the American Heart Association, of the nearly 80 million adults who have high blood pressure in this country, less than half have it under control.
Five of the city’s sewer failure projects have been completed, but there is still more work to be done, especially after the city’s contracted company has left town.
Crazy Horse — a name that carries with it more than mere fame, but actual pride and a historical significance.
To unpack that historical significance will be Crazy Horse family elder Floyd Clown Sr. along with author William Matson, who together, authored, “Crazy Horse: The Lakota Warrior’s Life and Legacy.”
The 100 Black Men of the Mississippi Delta is getting ready to host its annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Parade.
To commemorate and honor the life of Dr. King, the entire community is being asked by the organization to attend the parade in participate in the festivities.
After the appointment of a new county engineer in IMS Engineers and new counsel for the Board of Supervisors in Willie Griffin, many are wondering what the future holds for the county in those regards.
At the Washington Washington County Board of Supervisors’ first meeting of the new year, both the county engineer and county attorney were replaced after a motion was made by the board’s newest addition, Mala Brooks.