Thursday’s Deli Luncheon at the Hebrew Union Congregation is another in a more-than-100-year-tradition in the city of Greenville.
Members of the Greenville Kiwanis Club gather Tuesday afternoon at Shipley’s to make final mixing plans for their annual pancake breakfast. The Kiwanis Annual Pancake Breakfast will be from 6:30-10:30 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 29, at Buster Brown Community Center.
After a few weeks of being on the rise, the Mighty Mississippi is expected to stop swelling this week in the Queen City.
The Mississippi River on the Greenville gage is expected to crest at 51.3 feet Friday, which is a few feet higher than its 48-foot flood stage.
The summer I turned 13, my mom said I needed an activity to keep me busy during the months between school. My friend’s mom suggested we do the summer youth musical at Delta Center Stage. I thought it was the worst idea and I wanted nothing to do with it. Shy and more awkward than I am now, I cringed at the idea.
The Western Line School District is getting ready to host a recruitment fair this weekend for all interested applicants.
The fair will run from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday at O’Bannon Elementary School gymnasium 1203 Raceway Road.
Hours before church service was set to begin, there was a shooting early Sunday morning at Greater Faith Tabernacle Church.
Charles Fisher, pastor of Greater Faith Tabernacle on Burning Bush Drive, said his wife woke him up at about 3:30 a.m. Sunday morning, terrified by the noises she though have been gunfire.
For the second time in almost two weeks, the Greenville Fire Department responded to a commercial fire call, this time occurring Tuesday morning in downtown Greenville at what was formerly the Key West Inn.
African-American novelist James Baldwin eloquently said, “Know from whence you came. If you know whence you came, there are absolutely no limitations to where you can go.”
Not just words, but a charge Baldwin gave.
Before the Greenville City Council made its final decision on its new board member for the Greenville Public School District, Greenville resident Andrew Smith submitted a letter to the council regarding ethics.