Approximately 100 Greenville homes are on the city’s demolition list.
At the April 16 council meeting, leaders approved the Properties Committee recommendation to add 19 to the demolition list and 24 additional properties were determined to be a menace to public health and safety.
A community blueprint for building homes for those in poverty will be drafted and discussed at a meeting held by Warren-Washington-Issaquena-Sharkey Community Action Agency, WWISCAA, Thursday, May 2 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Washington County Convention Center.
Washington County Economic Alliance celebrated a year of success Tuesday evening during the annual meeting at the Washington County Convention Center.
Ryan Ashley, WCEA board chair, welcomed guests to the night of fun and fellowship.
A reception for Mississippi artists participating in Greenville Arts Council’s Biennial Invitational Art Exhibit will be Friday at 5:30 p.m. The exhibit, which features artists native to or living in the state, from April 22 to June 28.
Would a Tamale by another name taste as hot?
The new mascot for the Delta Hot Tamale Festival has been unveiled but has not yet been given a name.
Gretchen Giachelli, Greenville Main Street director, said creating a mascot for the festival is an idea that has been in the works for years.
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.