We hope it really hasn’t come to this.
Does the City of Greenville now want to turn over its policing to an “Eye in the Sky?”
At city council meeting this week, a company promoting its product Sky Cop made a presentation.
Cutting energy cost is an idea that both the Washington County Board of Supervisors and the City of Greenville has discussed at May meetings.
County engineer Mark Hooker Sr. met with Entergy representatives to begin discussing options the county has to reduce energy consumption.
This week, the original tiles from the 1906 construction of the roof of St. Joseph Catholic Church in downtown Greenville are being removed.
The tiles will have to be disposed of in a manner required by law as they are constructed in asbestos, according to church business manager Dick Clark.
Fire Marshal Vernon Murphree gave his final goodbye this week to the Greenville Fire Department after 25 years of service.
Murphree has been long time member of the fire department since graduating the academy in 1994 alongside Chief Ruben Brown.
A show of support for local school systems was evident at the May 6 Washington County Board of Supervisors meeting.
Lawrence Hudson, superintendent of Western Line School District, requested county assistance at O’Bannon High School and was thankful for the relationship the county has with schools.
The Greenville Fire Department along with Car Tunes Inc., Greenville Weston High School Class of 1998 and Carlos Brothers, of Concessions Unlimited, have partnered to organize fundraisers for Senior Captain Kendrix Washington.
Thursday morning shortly after 2 a.m., Greenville police officers responded to the 600th block of West Union Street.
Upon arrival, officers found a 19 year-old black male suffering from several gunshot wounds, according to a statement from Assistant Chief Michael Merchant.