After an intense hailstorm last year, Greenville High School has been in need of repairs to much of its roof, which is now in the process of being done.
With the month’s fifth Sunday approaching, local residents can look forward to attending the Worship on the Water program.
This Worship on the Water program will be from 2-3 p.m. Sunday at Schelben Park in downtown Greenville.
Even in the midst of celebration, local organizations are finding a way to do some good by organizing a Benefit Raffle Oct. 19 during the Delta Hot Tamale Festival.
Residents are invited to head over to the airport this weekend to check out, and perhaps even ride, an airplane for a while.
The Greenville Mid-Delta Regional Airport from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday will be hosting its inaugural Greenville Aviation Day.
Tru by Hilton, Greenville’s newest lodging attraction, is set to open its doors to guests Thursday evening.
The 84-room hotel that broke ground in July 2018 is a joint partnership formed by the Chawla and Retzer families — Suresh Chawla, Mike Retzer and Michael Retzer.
Improvements to Greenville Mid-Delta Regional Airport are set to get underway after being awarded $2,375,306 in federal grants.
The funds will be used to improve commercial service runway safety, acquire an aircraft rescue, firefighting vehicle and other miscellaneous equipment.
Communities and schools can never take enough precautions, especially when a crisis strikes.
Western Line School District hosted an active shooter drill Tuesday morning at Riverside Elementary and Riverside High schools and again in the afternoon at O’Bannon Elementary and O’Bannon High schools.
The Mississippi Delta heat didn’t stop festival goers from making their way to the Queen City this weekend to get a taste of the blues.
The 42nd annual Mississippi Delta Blues and Heritage Festival drew about 10,000 people to the Washington County Convention Center fairgrounds Saturday.
HOLLANDALE — As festival season carries on, people in Hollandale are looking to keep the Delta blues merriment going with the annual Sam Chatmon Blues Festival.
Free to the public, this musically jammed packed event is being held for a 23rd time and folks are plenty excited.
A group of pastors and ministers of Greenville and Washington County have joined together to help the community tackle the city’s high homicide rate and according to the Greenville Police Deparment, there have been 11 so far this year.