At Thursday’s weekly Greenville Rotary Club Meeting, District Governor for Rotary 6820 Mark Fields delivered a keynote message that encompassed the ruthless efforts toward eliminating the polio virus and expanding the Rotary’s connection to the world.
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Apostle Paul once said, “Get thee behind me.”
The last couple of weeks of Mission Mississippi have been very eventful, to say the least. The most applicable Scripture for this experience comes from 2 Corinthians 4:18.
Every day is a day of thanksgiving, which is an ideal City of Greenville Councilwoman Lurann Thomas is a firm believer of.
In honor of Thanksgiving Day this year, Thomas is giving Ward 4 and other local residents a reason to be thankful by hosting a turkey dinner giveaway this weekend.
What has been made clear in recent years, our government is not controlled by majority-selected representatives in many cases.
Heck, our president didn’t even win the popular vote, but that’s a conversation for a different time.
According to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, a wish is granted about every 34 minutes in the United States.
Make-A-Wish serves a unique and vital role in helping strengthen and empower children battling critical illnesses.
ARCOLA — Funeral arrangements for Natasha Edwards, 37, of Arcola, are pending with Sanders-Byas Funeral Home, Hollandale. She died Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019, at Delta Regional Medical Center, Greenville.
LELAND — Two Greenwood residents were arrested earlier this week for trying to breaking into a Leland storage center.
Monday afternoon, Washington County Sheriff Deputy Adam Auger spotted suspicious activity at 82 Mini Storage and notified the Leland Police Department.
Deer Creek School senior Jarod Satterfield, the Planters Bank Player of the Week, is a player who always puts his team first.
In week two of the season, the Warriors needed a quarterback after Ethan Allegrezza injured his hand, and Satterfield immediately said he was willing to do the job.
There was an air of valiance on Monday morning about downtown Greenville as a service in recognition of Veterans Day took place in front of the World War II Memorial.
The Greenville Christian Saints (4-5) football team finished its regular season on a winning note as they beat the Glenbrook Apaches 55-13 in a nonconference game Thursday night. Glenbrook falls to 6-3.
The All-Star statistics that Greenville High School basketball standout Clarkaju Warren has put up this season for the undefeated Honeybees (18-0) do not tell the whole story about what Warren means to her team.
Greenville resident Johnnie Williams said it is hard for him to sleep well these days due to stray dogs that roam and bark around his yard.
Williams, who lives on Nelson Street, said this is an issue he has been dealing with the past 14 years.
The Mississippi Association of School Superintendents (MASS) has appointed Dr. Mario Willis, superintendent of Hollandale School District, as a member of the MASS’ Board of Directors. He was recently selected for the position at the 2019 MASS/Alliance Summer Convention in Biloxi.
From 25 yards out, Larry Anderson ran in the winning touchdown to lead his Bears to victory Monday night in a 7-9 year-old flag football game at the Wards Recreation Center.
Domestic violence is the motive behind the loss of two lives Tuesday, according the Greenville Police Department investigators.
Robbie Walker-Grossley, 49,was murdered by her husband, Christopher Grossley, 54. After shooting his wife, Christopher Grossley ended his life through suicide.
Emmanuel Baptist Church is hosting their 2nd annual “The Living Supper” Saturday, April 20 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, April 21 at 10:30 a.m.
The event is a drama based on the painting of the Last Supper by Leonardo DaVinci, which is brought to life on stage.
Investigation points toward domestic violence in murder, suicide
Domestic violince appears to be the motive of a husband, 54, shooting his wife, 49, and then turning the gun on himself, according to the Greenville Police Department.
Quality assurance of the 2019 elections is on the minds of Washington County Board of Supervisors and the Election Commission, who have contracted for services to review any errors that may be lurking in the system and address specific concerns.