Greenville Mayor Errick Simmons held a press conference Wednesday afternoon along with water and utility department director Jessie Whitley to address water and utility billing concerns.
I love photography, especially when they are pictures taken by local photographers to show off our beautiful region. This week, local photographer John Keen shared pictures on Facebook he took Monday afternoon at the Greenville Cypress Preserve, but they were not what people expected to see.
The Greenville Public School District’s plan of a virtual reopening for the first nine weeks of the academic year was approved Thursday evening at a special meeting of the GPSD board of trustees.
This means instruction will take place strictly online as students engage in virtual or “distance” learning.
The resignation of Ward 3 Councilman Bill Boykin has opened the door to applications for his former seat.
Boykin’s resignation was officially accepted during the July 15 special call meeting of Greenville Mayor Errick Simmons and the Greenville City Council.
The renewal of a temporary pay adjustment for county employees was approved by the Washington County Board of Supervisors for an additional 30 days at their regular Monday meeting.
A bond has been issued for Nikolas Hampton, who was arrested and charged last week for kidnapping two children.
The bond of $250,000 was issued Monday by Judge Michael Prewitt.
After an Amber Alert was issued Friday morning for two missing children, 23-year-old Hampton was arrested later that morning.
County engineers are in the process of assembling a plan for all bridges currently closed in Washington County for submission to the Office of State Aid Road Construction’s (OSARC) state aid projects.
The Washington County Board of Supervisors were informed of the plan at their regular Monday meeting.
A $250 fine for failure to wear a mask or a nose and mouth covering will soon be signed into order, per the Washington County Board of Supervisors.
The order was decided by a vote of 3-2 with BOS president Carl McGee and vice president Lee Gordon voting opposed in the motion made by District 4 Supervisor Mala Brooks.
To wear a mask, or not to wear a mask? That is the question.
In a survey conducted on the Delta-Democrat Times website, 297 participants submitted responses based on four categories concerning masks.
At a special called meeting Thursday, the Greenville Public School District board of trustees made the decision to table the resumption of fall sports and activities until its next regular board meeting.
The Mississippi High School Activities Association’s Executive Committee voted Tuesday to delay all fall sports two weeks.