Gun shots claimed the life of Joe Sykes, 64, of Greenville, Saturday evening in the 400th block of Sunflower Street, near Doe’s Eat Place.
A 64 year-old black male was shot Saturday night in the 400th block of Sunflower Street, near Doe’s Eat Place, Greenville. Just before 11 p.m. the Greenville Police Department responded to a call in reference to a shot person, whose name is being held pending family notification.
Washington County resident and Washington School graduate Jackson Saulter, 19, died after a tree fell on his home as a result of severe storm winds that pushed through the region late Wednesday night.
Washington County Sheriff Department Assistant Chief Deputy Percy Miles said they received the call at approximately 11 p.m.
Drinks will be poured, room will spin at E.E. Bass
Greenville Arts Council is offering a family friendly event and unlimited rides with Cocktails at the Carousel, 5-7 p.m. Friday at 323 S. Main St., E.E. Bass Cultural Arts Center, sponsored by Regions.
Alternative school programs in Western Line School District are being consolidated from two locations to one, in an effort strengthen the program.
At the June 13 board meeting, members adopted the recommendation from Superintendent Lawrence Hudson to integerate the alternative program at Riverside High School to the O’Bannon campus.
After getting to experience their first full session at their very own campsite, Camp Looking Glass’s 15th annual summer camp will wrap up this weekend.
Since Sunday, 28 campers with special needs and 38 volunteers have spent the week experiencing fun activities at their permanent campsite on Wilcox Road.
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.
Being masculine does not mean ignorging health. In an effort to bring attention to the health of men with a stiff upper lip, a car show, free food and entertaining speakers are offered to alongside free health screenings at Stein Mart Square, Downtown Washington Avenue, 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. Saturday, June 22.
More than 300 job offers were extended last month as a result of a Washington County Economic Alliance sponsored job fair.
Cary Karlson, executive director of WCEA, told the Board of Supervisors at the June 17 meeting that the event was a great success for employees and employers.