From bathroom installation to road repairs, the Washington County Board of Supervisors at Monday’s meeting heard from county and other local officials regarding a range of matters.
The reason for the season is not lost on Simmons & Simmons, PLLC and they are making sure it won’t be lost on the Greenville and Washington County communities either.
Simmons & Simmons, PLLC is having its 11th annual Christmas Toys Giveaway beginning at 4 p.m. Dec. 18 at T.L. Weston School Gym, 901 Archer St.
Two local youth groups kicked off their Thanksgiving break by giving a noble gesture of their own — their time and service.
Sponsored by the Progressive Art and Civic Club (PACC) Youth Affiliates, the Esquires and Teenettes spent their Monday morning volunteering at Port City Personal Care and Respite Services.
Greenville’s Maude Bryan Park is due for some revitalization and city leaders and community members have begun working to that end.
Mayor Errick Simmons on Tuesday morning was at Maude Bryan Park to discuss improvements soon to be made to the park.
The municipal trash pickup schedule will be altered this week as the city observes the Thanksgiving holiday.
Garbage and trash routes scheduled to be picked up on Tuesday and Thursday were completed on Tuesday.
Routes scheduled to be picked up on Wednesday and Friday will be completed today.
Medical marijuana has long been an either welcomed or shunned idea as treatment for medical conditions.
At Wednesday’s regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of Greenville Public School District, Superintendent Dr. Debra Dace informed the board of the progress the district is making towards the goal of an improved accountability score from their current F ranking.
There’s just something so incomprehensible, yet so warm and sincere, about the effect a newborn baby has on all who behold him or her.
A newborn brings about an instinctive desire to protect and care for at all costs; as a parent, one will do everything humanly possible to insure not a hair on that little one’s head is harmed.
An opportunity to rectify one of the several problems, failing underdrain pipes, caused by this year’s flood disaster is underway.
The ongoing project, which consists of replacing storm water under-drain pipes that failed on state route 814, also known as the Broadway Loop, began some weeks ago.
Warren, Washington, Issaquena, Sharkey Community Action Agency’s (WWISCAA) main holiday and fundraising event is just around the corner.