Marshall Ramsey, nationally recognized editorial cartoonist and Mississippi Today’s editor-at-large, was the guest speaker at Thursday’s Greenville Rotary Club’s meeting at the Greenville Golf & Country Club.
Delta Center Stage is getting ready to present another round of the Monuments on Main Street Greenville Cemetery Tour next week.
Historical researcher for the event Kathy Davis Day said these tours are a positive event that’s not only fun, but teaches locals about the city’s history.
Winterville Mounds’ Native American Days starts today, but Thursday and Friday’s activities may be impacted by an incoming cold front.
According to the National Weather Service in Jackson, there could be scattered showers on Friday turning into storms overnight and into Saturday morning.
Greenville Rotarians are asking residents to help them in their efforts to eradicate polio worldwide by participating in the club’s tulip sale this month.
While the flooding in the South Delta destroyed homes and property, it also caused business, even those without physical damage, to suffer.
The seventh annual Fire and Life Safety Festival is only a few days away for folks looking for something to do this weekend.
Taking place at Stein Mart Square, the festival is set to officially kick off at 10 a.m. But before people start learning smart safety tips, there will be a Stop, Drop and Run 5K race at 8 a.m.
The Greenville Public School District is one of three districts in the state to receive support for middle and high school students aspiring to attend Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning through a U.S. Department of Education grant awarded to Mississippi State University.
Several county roads and bridges are pending state funding for improvements and repairs, according to county engineer Marcus Hooker Sr.
At Monday’s Washington County Board of Supervisors meeting, Hooker discussed projects throughout the county that will soon be getting underway for repairs.