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Tied at 70-70 with 11 seconds remaining, the Greenville Hornets got the ball into senior captain Morgan Green’s hands and let him make a play.
The Greenville Christian School Lady Saints made history by defeating an old foe Saturday.  
Like most people in the port city of Greenville, Tommy Hart is worried about high water. As the director of the Port of Greenville, Hart knows the facility he manages is affected every day by the amount of water in the river.
St. Joseph Fighting Irish head coach James Hunter knew that Thursday night’s 68-51 win over Claiborne County in the quarterfinals of the South State Tournament was bittersweet.
Members of The Progressive Art and Civic Club of Greenville meet in preparation of their annual Lizzie W. Coleman Day Program. The third Sunday in February was designated as Lizzie W.

All food establishments must have FOG  certification by year’s end

By KELLY BENFORD KBENFORD@DDTONLINE.COM,

All local food establishments must be certified on how to properly dispose of oils, fats and grease by the end of the year. 

Based on the policy given by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Consent Decree, all food service establishments (FSE) will be required to have the certification by Dec. 31.














City approves $86M budget for 2019-20 fiscal year

By KELLY BENFORD KBENFORD@DDTONLINE.COM,

Residents of Greenville will be receiving another tax increase in the upcoming fiscal year.

At Greenville City Council’s final budget session Monday, all council members except for one voted “yay” for the $86 million dollar budget for the 2019-20 fiscal year. Councilman Bill Boykin was the only council member to vote “nay.” 


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Mr. and Mrs. James K. Richards, of Boca Raton, Florida, announce the engagement of their daughter... READ MORE