At their regular Monday meeting, Washington County Board of Supervisors President Carl McGee informed the board he and others recently met with the Mississippi Department of Public Safety about bringing a driver’s license exam and renewal station back to Greenville.
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Anyone wondering if COVID-19 may be in Washington County no longer has to contemplate.
During a special meeting of the city council on Friday, Delta Regional Medical Center Medical Director Dr. Robert Corkern announced to the council and those in attendance Washington County has confirmed its first case of COVID-19.
Thursday’s Deli Luncheon at the Hebrew Union Congregation is another in a more-than-100-year-tradition in the city of Greenville.
College baseball coaches looking to complete their rosters for next school year might be overlooking a diamond in the rough. Greenville High School first baseman Donovan Shead possesses all the physical tools and intangibles to play at the next level. And he remains unsigned by a college program.
Keith Maher has spent most of his life in New Jersey, but he is delighted to be back in the South.
In January, Maher was named the new PGA head golf professional at the Greenville Golf & Country Club.
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.
Surface work remains to be completed
Reed Road has been experiencing significant updates since January and is a head of schedule, Mark Hooker, Washington County engineer told the board of supervisors Monday.
A local man has died after being shot several times early this morning.
At 2:36 a.m., officers with the Greenville Police Department were dispatched to the 1100 block of John Street in reference to shots fired in the area.
One of India's richest men has turned to a bankruptcy court for help as he battles to save his company after losing a brutal price war with his older brother.
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BILOXI, Miss. (AP) — The longest-serving state lawmaker in Mississippi history says he is not seeking re-election this year.
GREENVILLE — Leartes Trotter, 58, of Greenville, passed away peacefully Saturday, July 6, 2019, at Baptist Memorial Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee.
He was proceeded in death by his mother, Betty Maude Trotter.