Top Stories

When Trey Askew steps across the stage and receives his high school diploma next Friday, he will be doing so with gratitude in his heart.

JACKSON — An outspoken civil rights activist who was born to sharecroppers in the segregated American South and rose to become the first African American woman to win a mayor's race in Mississippi has died.

The Boys & Girls Club of Washington County, Inc will benifit from the Annual Two-Man Scramble Golf Tournament on Saturday, May 25 at the Greenville Municipal Golf Course.

Grant improves Leland water systems

After several years of developing plans and getting construction underway, the City of Leland’s new water well and storage tank is nearly finished being built.

$15+ million spent on city infrastructure

Addressing sewer repairs to prevent third world living conditions has the full support of the Greenville City Council at the May 7 meeting.

Early experiences in learning to play the game of baseball can shape a child in ways that extend beyond the field.







Delta Regional Medical Center community legends recognized for a lifetime of service

By SPECIAL TO THE DD-T / DELTA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER,

Two members of the Delta Regional Medical Center (DRMC) team were honored by the Mississippi Association of Supervisors Minority Caucus at the 2019 Annual Scholarship Banquet.  Scott Christensen, Chief Executive Officer, and Sylvia Jackson, Board Member, were each presented with the Community Legend Award for their service to the Delta and comm




Girls Write the World offers spring writers retreat

By SPECIAL TO THE DD-T / WASHINGTON COUNTY ECONOMIC ALLIANCE,

Young female writers from all over Washington County will converge in Greenville this May for Girls Write the World’s annual Writers’ Retreat. This year’s retreat theme, “If I Dare to be Powerful” will feature poetry writing classes and empowerment workshops  designed to foster creativity and confidence in young women.






Pages