United Way of Washington County (UWWC) is a part of The Mississippi Association of United Ways, a state led organization made up of nine United Ways leading the charge for the betterment of Mississippi.
Growing up, one of my dream jobs was to be a storm chaser. Some of my favorite movies were “Twister,” “Tornado!” and “Night of the Twisters.”
As Delta Center Stage sits silent and empty during the COVID-19 crisis, Tim Bixler is doing his best to make sure that the Greenville theatre will be ready to open back up once he and his actors are given the green light that it is safe to return to action.
With so much uncertainty concerning the state of local economies, businesses and the livelihood of so many due to the COVID-19 crisis, many people are wondering what or who will fill in the gap?
Though the Greenville City Council amended its order concerning the ban on drive-in church services, a lawsuit filed in response to fines issued for violation of the order is still lingering.
Governor Tate Reeves issued a Safer At Home order, which went into effect 8 a.m. Monday and expires at 8 a.m. Monday, May 11.
The City of Greenville adopted the order on Friday, noting the city’s 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew still remains in effect.
Washington School senior Allie Rutledge has a prom dress in her closet that may never be worn.
With no prom, senior play or regularly scheduled graduation ceremony due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Allie said it’s still hard to believe this is how her senior year has turned out.
Hazard pay for City of Greenville employees and city revenue being impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis was discussed during Tuesday’s regular city council meeting.
JACKSON — Friday afternoon, Governor Tate Reeves signed a new executive order establishing a statewide Safer at Home order for Mississippi to continue protecting public health while beginning the process to safely reopen the state’s economy.
The Greenville Public School District is proud to announce its modified plans for the Greenville High School Class of 2020. With the support of the Board of Trustees, GPSD Superintendent Dr. Debra Dace and Tarrinasha Jones, GHS Principal, finalized alternative options for the GHS Class of 2020 graduation due to the COVID-19 pandemic.