Shop online, pick up at Walmart’s Tower
Picking up online orders from Walmart is now easier than ever thanks to the new Pickup Tower.
After 31 years as the Director of Washington County Library System, Kay Clanton is saying goodbye to a place she has grown to love.
Clanton has been with the library system for the last 40 years and retired Friday.
The Town of Metcalfe has canceled the June 8 Community Yard Sale due to weather.
The event will resume July 13 as scheduled.
The event offers a picnic on the creek, arts, crafts, food and more from noon until 6 p.m. at 315 MLK Drive, in front of Town Hall.
It’s almost time for area youth to learn the ins and outs of what it takes to be one of Greenville’s finest and bravest.
The Greenville Police Department will be hosting their second annual Junior Police Academy next week and the Greenville Fire Department will be hosting their Kids Academy in July.
GFD Kids Academy
Complaints of critters reached city council chambers during Tuesday’s meeting. Vector Control representatives were at the meeting to hear the concerns.
“I have been getting calls about gnats,” Councilwoman Tasha Banks said. “Is that part of something you spray for?”
Anticipated sewer rate increases of 18 percent in the City of Greenville are being sent to the Public Service commission for approval.
The Greenville City Council approve a proposed rate increase for submission at Tuesday’s meeting. If the commission approves, the rates will be adopted by the council later this year.
Alexis H. Hamilton and Marven Cantave joined the MSU Extension Service as agents with the Aim for Change program. Aim for Change is a five-year, $5.5 million grant program targeting the reduction of obesity and related diseases through policy, systems and environmental interventions.
County farmer Matt Weissinger directed $2,500 to Greenville Renaissance Scholars through America's Farmers Grow Communities, sponsored by the Bayer Fund.
Warrant backlog affects investigation
Concerns of theft and investigation procedures were brought to the attention of the Greenville City Council at Tuesday’s meeting by the Greater Greenville Habitat for Humanity.