During their regularly scheduled meeting, the Greenville City Council voted unanimously to add estimated budget cuts of various departments to its furloughs and cost saving measures order.
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GREENVILLE — Graveside services for Thomas Alford, 54, of Greenville, will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 13, at Delta Memorial Gardens. He died Saturday, June 6, 2020. Services are under the direction of Byas Funeral Home, Greenville.
For the 25th year in a row, young golfers from throughout the region will take part in the Future Tour Championship this weekend at the Greenville Golf and Country Club.
Gil Worth Sr.
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The 1965 high school football season was my first year working as a referee rather than a head linemen or a field judge. The officials all met in a meeting room at the high school in Indianola on a hot August afternoon.
On Tuesday, the Greenville Public School District (GPSD) announced an Em Boyd Elementary School employee tested positive for Coronavirus (COVID-19).
In light of this information, Em Boyd, 1021 S. Colorado St., will close immediately.
Superintendent Dr. Debra Dace said the district shares its concerns about coronavirus.
With three straight state championships in football and another this year in basketball, St. Joseph Catholic School athletics represent the gold standard in achievement. The class of 2020 has easily become the most accomplished on the field of play in the school’s history.
GREENVILLE — Louis Eddly Taylor, 85, of Greenville, died Friday, June 26, 2020, at Delta Regional Medical Center.
Louis was born April 9, 1935, the son of Curtis Levon Taylor and Elsie Eudale Wells. He retired from the United States Air Force as Mechanic.
LELAND — Graveside services for Kentarius D. “Pie-Joe” Lewis, 23, of Leland, will be at 2 p.m. Sunday, July 5, at Sisters of Charity Cemetery, Elizabeth. He died Sunday, June 28, 2020, in Leland. Visitation will be from 2-4 p.m. Friday, July 3, at T.L. Redmon Funeral Home, Cleveland.
Move over "ER" because "Grey's Anatomy" just beat you.
2019 board members for The Greater Greenville Habitat for Humanity seated from left, Mable Starks, Chandra Hines, treasurer, Andrea Fisher, Veronica Richardson, secretary, Anjohnett Gibbs, co-chair Matha Bell and Shelia Washington.
After falling to rival Greenville Christian School last Thursday, the St. Joseph boys basketball team picked up two big wins the next two days.
The Fighting Irish beat Benton Academy 63-23 Friday night, and then turned around and defeated St. Aloysius 77-68 in the Red Carpet Classic tournament in Vicksburg,
HOLLANDALE — When you come into Hollandale and it’s playoff time, you know you are in for a fight.
Both the Houlka High School boys and girls basketball teams figured this truth out early as both of their teams lost to the Simmons High School Tuesday in the opening round of the MHSAA Class A state playoffs.