Jeanne Anderson, one of the best players to ever wear a Honeybee uniform had her career come to an end Friday night when the Greenville High School girls basketball team fell 58-54 to South Panola in the consolation game of the MHSAA Region 3-6A Tournament at Starkville.
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Customers who use the Walgreen’s Pharmacy in Greenville often encounter a tall, friendly technician who greets them with a smile.
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In observance of President’s Day on Monday, the Washington County Board of Supervisors will meet at 9 a.m. Tuesday.
An investigation into the fire that destroyed the Gamble Brothers & Archer Clinic this weekend is underway. However, heavy rainfall in the region could impact the development of the investigation.
“The excess rain has impeded the progress of the investigation,” Greenville Fire Department Chief Ruben Brown said Monday afternoon.
Old Man River has reached its peak this week and is already on the decline.
Mississippi Levee Board Chief Engineer Peter Nimrod said the Mississippi River on the Greenville gauge crested at 50 feet Monday — two feet higher than flood stage — and stayed steady throughout the day.
The Washington County Board of Supervisors voted Monday to increase the salary of the county coroner.
County Coroner Methel Johnson requested her monthly salary be increased from $900 per month to $1,250 per month, bringing her annual total to $15,000.
Lucy Webb Kinderlions travel around the world at their multicultural event on Wednesday.
As a combination from the black history month committee and the multicultural committee, they gave the students an opportunity to learn about different cultures.
Area residents are invited to participate in an upcoming film production starring actor Chris Mulkey being directed by a former local youth.
Strack Azar, son of local country star musician Steve Azar, and Michael Stevantoni have written and are co-directing an original feature film titled, “The Banality.”
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.
Building upon the organization’s legacy of serving Greenville-area middle school students for the past 12 years, Greenville Renaissance Scholars is excited to announce open recruitment for camp director, teachers, and rising 5th to 9th grade (current 4th to 8th grade) “Scholars” to be part of Camp Renaissance 2019.
FILE - In this Monday, May 14, 2018, file photo, betting odds are displayed on a board in the sports book at the South Point hotel and casino in Las Vegas. Nevada regulators have rejected a request from Major League Baseball to ban betting on spring training games.
STARKVILLE — Charles “Tuby” Tubertini, 87, formerly of Greenville, passed away at his home in Starkville on Dec. 29, 2019. He was born in Greenville on Nov. 8, 1932, to Bruno and Mary Landi Tubertini Sr.
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HOLLANDALE — The high school football season has officially commenced as Simmons High School hosted a 5-team jamboree on Friday at Simmons High School.
Missouri’s starting lineup has looked relatively the same throughout the season, but Tuesday night’s game at Mississippi State was a different story.
NEW YORK (AP) — Bella Alarie starred on Broadway.
Princeton's junior center had a record-setting game, breaking the Ivy League's single-game scoring mark with a 45-point effort against Columbia on Friday.
Senate Judiciary A Committee chairman Briggs Hopson, R-Vicksburg, answers a committee members's question during a meeting of the committee, Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019, in Jackson, Miss. Lawmakers are racing to meet a deadline for their committees to report general bills and constitutional amendments originating in their own Houses.