Shop online, pick up at Walmart’s Tower
Picking up online orders from Walmart is now easier than ever thanks to the new Pickup Tower.
$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.
City leaders agreed to treat injuries to the sewer line, rather than pursue band-aid solutions.
Protecting product stored at Atlanta Bonded Warehouse, 1825 N. Theobald St., which is a county-owned building was a concern for Washington County.
A March 2018 hailstorm damaged the ABW roof, which shelters millions of dollars worth of rice.
Job fair set for Tuesday
The relationship between employers and hopeful employees is being fostered by the Washington County Economic Alliance through an annual job fair, which will will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, May 21, at the Washington County Convention Center.
Bridges in Washington County are being affected by troubled water caused by excessive rain and saturated land.
The conditions have delayed bridge inspections, Mark Hooker, county engineer, told the Board of Supervisors during the May 6 meeting.
The Mississippi Workers’ Center for Human Rights, the US Water Alliance and DigDeep is hosting a listening session for communities that lack access to safe running water, indoor plumbing and adequate wastewater treatment in the Mississippi Delta region.
For anyone looking to roll up their sleeves and lend a helping hand this summer, Camp Looking Glass needs more volunteers as they gear up for their 15th annual summer camp session in June.
Nominations will close in the 2019 Best of the Best Reader’s Choice competition at the Delta Democrat-Times website at 11:59 p.m. Wednesday, May 15.
Readers can navigate to the website at ddtonline.com, click on the link on the top right of the page, and nominate the businesses and people they think are the best fit in each category.
Lack of fee schedule poses planning problems
Event planning in the City of Greenville has experienced some delays as a committee works to develop an event request form.
Mayor Errick D. Simmons has repeatedly said developing a form fair to all organizations is important.
Celebrating the beginning of a new chapter in life and overcoming obstacles are the hallmark sentiments of graduation.
A group of 13 individuals have been learning to cross a narrow threshold as they graduate a drug court program and embark on a new way of living.