Lost boys and girls should find their way to auditions for Peter Pan, this year’s summer musical by Delta Center Stage.
Delta Health Alliance receives Whole Kids Foundation grant to purchase garden tools, seeds for Leland and Hollandale school gardens
With a weekend forecast including sun shine, community leaders are hoping residents will take the opportunity to make the area sparkle with cleanliness.
The Keep Greenville Beautiful committee has rescheduled Greenville’s annual Clean Up Day for Saturday, April 27 after the April 6 date brought dreary weather.
State testing begins this week
Local districts in Washington County will begin administering the Mississippi Academic Assesment Program (MAAP) test this week.
Greenville, Leland, Western Line and Hollendale school districts have tips and advice for students and caregivers.
Rigorous philanthropic standards met by local nonprofit organization
AVON - Opening round playoff action for the Riverside Bulldogs began with a victory where the home team broke the game open late and notched a decisive 12-2 win. Riverside capitalized on their opponents miscues in the bottom of the sixth inning to score six runs to invoke the ten-run rule.
The Delta Democrat-Times has found a new home on the web.
The address is the same, but the site has been completely remodeled to a platform based on an Emmerich Newspapers, Inc. in-house design.
It’s the first web platform the newspaper has used which has been developed by its own company.
Washington County Chief Deputy Billy Barber said the search for a man suspected of falling into Lake Ferguson while boating March 8 concluded when a family member found the remains.
Anthony Wilson, 33, was identified by his father, Troy Wilson after deputies were notified April 13 at 11:37 a.m.
Educators and their advocates reportedly have mixed feelings about the pay raise passed by the state legislature this session.
In the midst of a teacher shortage, local districts are competing not only among themselves, but across states to attract teachers.
The $1,500 pay raise will take affect in the 2019-2020 school year.