The flood waters in the South Delta have receded, but the work to repair the damage those floods caused is just in its infancy.
One of the most heralded events of the Mississippi Delta is about to commence — the 42nd Annual Mississippi Delta Blues & Heritage Festival.
As Mississippi Action for Community Education (MACE) makes preparations for the festival, there are also several events taking place during “Blues Week” leading up to the big day itself.
One of Greenville’s longest-running establishments is making strides that will give restaurant patrons an even more satisfying dining experience from the moment they park their car.
Sherman’s Restaurant is in the process of expanding its parking lot to not only ensure patron convenience, but their safety as well.
The proposed school bond that would have brought the Leland School District $8.75 million for several repairs to school facilities did not pass.
The City of Leland held a special election Tuesday, with 1,127 qualified votes cast. If it had passed, the city’s millage rate would have increased by 14 mills.
A local man has died after being shot several times early this morning.
At 2:36 a.m., officers with the Greenville Police Department were dispatched to the 1100 block of John Street in reference to shots fired in the area.
Severe weather can happen at any moment’s notice and when it does, there is no time to make plans.
September is National Preparedness Month, and folks in Washington County are doing their part to help residents make an action plan.
Plans for downtown Greenville’s new federal courthouse will be unveiled today.
The public meeting will take place at 5 p.m. this evening at the William Alexander Percy Memorial Library.
The new federal courthouse is set to be built at the current Stein Mart Square site.
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.