Less than 30% of the students in public schools in Washington County are at a level the State of Mississippi recognizes as proficient or advanced in English language arts and mathematics.
The Camp Looking Glass annual benefit dinner is a week away for anyone looking to have a good time while supporting a good cause.
Camp Looking Glass is in need of local volunteers for a day of work to help camp shine brighter with an “electric forest.”
There’s an old saying that goes, “Don’t just talk about it, be about it,” and that’s exactly what one local pastor is doing with his new addiction support group.
More residents throughout the city will soon have adjustments made to high water bills.
At Tuesday’s Greenville City Council meeting, a list of several homes was presented to council members for approval to make necessary adjustments.
Classic cars will fill the grass lot beside the Washington County Convention Center on Saturday as part of the Roll’n on the River Car Show with generosity at its heart.
Several years ago, a local girl, Parker Jones, was granted a wish through the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
The Leland School District continues making plans for renovations at their schools, with hopes for more plans if their proposed bond is voted for.
At Tuesday Greenville City Council meeting, the council rejected the bid for the demolition of the Elks Lodge No. 148 Building on Washington Avenue.
The bid amount for demolition was $400,000 from the contractor, Lesure’s Demolition of Greenville, and the company was the only bidder.
A three-vehicle wreck at one of Greenville’s busiest intersections sent six people, including four children, to the hospital Wednesday afternoon.
At Monday’s Greenville City Council special budget session, voting was split between the council about increasing water and sewer rates.
Councilman James Wilson, along with other members of the council, did not want to increase water and sewer rates because of the recent added $4 for trash pickup.