Four days after his father died, Daric Campbell Jr. sat in the office at O’Bannon High School and waited to meet his new football coach.
Football has always been important to Daric, 16, and these days it is more important than ever.
Three school districts have scheduled public meetings to discuss revenue and needs of the district with tax payers.
Two districts, Greenville nad Hollandale, are proposing to changes to ad volorum taxes. A bond issue is being considered by the Leland School District.
Summer is just around the corner, and the scorching hot temps are already in the Delta. For those eager to beat the heat, here are the area swimming pools folks can check out.
Hodding Carter Memorial YMCA
Folks are making a splash at the Hodding Carter Memorial YMCA, 1688 Fairground Road.
Greenville is among the communities in Mississippi have been designated as accredited Main Street America programs for meeting rigorous performance standards set by the National Main Street Center and the Mississippi Main Street Association (MMSA):
Summer is here and so is Camp Renaissance 2019. Every summer for the past 12 years Greenville Renaissance Scholars (GRS) has offered a summer program for middle school students that includes academics, creative arts, health and wellness and educational travel.
Schneider Electric will be assisting Western Line School District with renovations made at many buildings throughout the district.
The company will provide enhanced LED lighting throughout buildings, classrooms and athletic fields, as well as replace old air conditioning units with newer fuel efficient units.
The Greenville Arts Council is gearing up for a jam-packed summer full of fun activities for local children to enjoy.
The GAC’s annual summer art camps, which are open to children ages 5-12, start next week and wrap up in July. The cost to participate is $100 per week for non GAC-members and $75 for GAC members.
FLOOD WARNING CONTINUES
The Mississippi River is rising again and flood warnings are in effect for Greenville and Washington County until further notice, according to the National Weather Service.
At 11 a.m. Tuesday, the stage was 53.4 feet; the flood stage is 48 feet.
Girls Write the World’s Summer Program focuses on inspiring young women to read, write and to experience the joy of doing so. It aims to foster self-esteem and leadership skills and the importance of self-expression.