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Students from the Mississippi Action for Community Education (MACE) YouthBuild are back in Greenville.
The flood waters in the South Delta have receded, but the work to repair the damage those floods caused is just in its infancy.
One of the most heralded events of the Mississippi Delta is about to commence — the 42nd Annual Mississippi Delta Blues & Heritage Festival.
One of Greenville’s longest-running establishments is making strides that will give restaurant patrons an even more satisfying dining experience from the moment they park their car.
Mary Kate Auerswald, Ava Fratesi, Jordan Hays Middleton and Lanier Loper are all coming to the end of their soccer careers at Washington School, and Lady Generals head coach Jeffrey Giachelli said each will be missed and remembered.




Before and after: Facade grant program helping to beautify downtown Greenville

By CATHERINE KIRK CKIRK@DDTONLINE.COM,

Downtown Greenville is sprucing up one store at a time thanks to the ongoing Downtown Greenville Facade Improvement program.

Main Street Greenville Director Gretchen Giachelli said the facade grant program is a way to not only improve the appearance of downtown Greenville, but to entice residents to shop more at the local businesses.




Organizations request funds from city during budget session

By KELLY BENFORD KBENFORD@DDTONLINE.COM,

At Thursday’s Greenville City Council special budget session, different community partners came before the council requesting additional funds for their organization. 

The council allowed the representatives from the different organizations to explain how much money they are requesting and why.



Lake Ferguson is going to be on fire this weekend

By JON ALVERSON JALVERSON@DDTONLINE.COM,

It may take a crazy person to drive a drag boat, but it’s happening this weekend at the Ferguson on Fire Drag Boat Races.

At 10 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday, drag boat racers will be strapping into the barest sliver of a boat with a big horsepower Mercury outboard on the back and eyes pointed 800 feet down the racetrack.


GAC readies to host summer’s last Cocktails at the Carousel

By CATHERINE KIRK CKIRK@DDTONLINE.COM,

There’s one more chance for locals to enjoy unlimited rides on Greenville’s lone carousel this week at E.E. Bass Cultural Arts Center.

The third, and final, Cocktails at the Carousel events this summer will be from 5-7 p.m. Friday. Entrance to the carousel room at Bass, 323 S. Main St., for the event is free and open to the public.





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