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A Feb. 19 letter to the Greenville Public School Board concerning scores and other issues has been reviewed by the Mississippi Department of Education and responded to by the GPSB.


Greenville Public School District responded to a letter from the Mississippi Department of Education on April 16 a regrading alligations of board members interfering in day-today operations of the district.

Rebekka Herman sees a lot of herself when she watches her daughter, Aubree, play baseball.

MDE reviews GPSD board’s actions



A list of missing persons has been forwarded to the State Medical Office by the Washington County Sheriff Department after a body was found Sunday evening.


Parks and Recreation in Greenville is hosting a series of events aimed at offering something for every resident of Greenville, Corey Holmes, Parks and Recreation director, told the Greenville City Council at the June 4 meeting.

Leland receives grant for new fire truck



The City of Leland will soon boast a brand new fire truck thanks to a recent federal grant they obtained.

Just last week, Mississippi Senators Roger Wicker and Cindy Hyde-Smith announced 11 cities across the state were awarded money for community projects through a United States Department of Agriculture totaling $409,700.

Sand Bags Available

Sand and bags have been made available again at the Washington County Expo

Building located at 1040 S Raceway Rd in Greenville. Residents can come and

make sandbags to help protect their property from flooding.

The side will open at 8:00 a.m. Tuesday June 4, 2019 and remain open throughout

Camp Renaissance kicks off

Summer is here and so is Camp Renaissance 2019. Every summer for the past 12 years Greenville Renaissance Scholars (GRS) has offered a summer program for middle school students that includes academics, creative arts, health and wellness and educational travel.