Those needing to conduct business at the Washington County Courthouse will now be required to have their temperatures checked before entering.
Although Bill Payne has been able to plant all of his corn seed, he said the farm soil has been too wet to be where he should this time of year.
“It’s been too wet to plant,” the Loughborough Plantation farmer said. “We’ve spent a lot of time trying and a lot of days trying to run water off the fields to get it to drain.”
Greenville counselor Aretha Hargrove-Edwards is unable to meet her clients face to face due to the social distancing guidelines of the coronavirus, but she is still doing her best to help those in need.
The Greenville Public School District board of trustees held a special called meeting Wednesday morning, less than 24 hours after Governor Tate Reeve’s announced all Mississippi schools will be closed for the remainder of the semester.
One week after citations were issued to the congregants of Temple Baptist Church for having a drive-in church service, Greenville Mayor Errick Simmons on Wednesday announced drive-in services where families stay in their vehicles are allowed.
While the world is consumed with coronavirus thoughts, my mind these days has been focused more so on my 4-year-old son, Conner.
April is National Autism Awareness Month and it was a little over a year ago when we got his official Autism diagnosis.
“Faith continues to be the center of this administration,” Greenville Mayor Errick Simmons said this week on the steps of City Hall.
During a press conference Tuesday morning, Simmons addressed recent events and the narrative surrounding an order issued by the city council, putting stricter measures in place for church services.
After reaching its crest last week in Greenville, the Mississippi River is making its descent.
The Mississippi River reached flood stage every month this year, with its highest peak happening April 10 at 54.5 feet.
After fines were levied against members of Temple Baptist Church for holding a drive-in church service, the Alliance for Defending Freedom filed a civil suit in the Northern District Court of Mississippi on Good Friday, April 10.
The federal government, through the Department of Justice, issued a statement of interest Tuesday.
Parishioners ticketed for holding a drive-in service April 8 at Temple Baptist Church will not have to pay the $500 fine issued in violation of Greenville Mayor Errick Simmons’ executive order restricting indoor and drive-in church gatherings due to the coronavirus pandemic.