Monday’s Washington County Board of Supervisors meeting brought in a large influx of residents who, in order to be accommodated comfortably, had to join the board in one of the courtrooms instead of the usual supervisors’ chambers.
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One man is dead after breaking into a home early this morning and shooting at the three people inside, including a minor.
Greenville Police Department Assistant Police Chief Michael Merchant said officers received the call about the shooting at 5 a.m. this morning at a home in the 300 block of Ohio Street.
Local students and anyone looking to take an ACT test have a chance to get a practice run in before the real experience.
A “hog-killin” time is sure to be had at the upcoming fourth annual Greenville Heritage Rodeo.
The two-day country western inspired event is set to get started at 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 31 and is being presented by Big Rodeo Project LLC.
Despite the rainy weather, several people gathered in downtown Greenville this weekend to show their support for a man who “had a dream.”
The 100 Black Men of the Mississippi Delta held their annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. parade Saturday as a celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. King.
GREENVILLE — Services for Iva Carlene Wilson, 80, of Greenville, will start with visiting hours from noon to 1 p.m., with services immediately following at 1 p.m. Jan. 2 at Temple Baptist Church.
GREENVILLE — Martha Burcham Bone, 78 of Greenville, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2020.
GREENVILLE — Kameron Cavonte’ Hodges Lee, 17, of Greenville, was born Aug. 27, 2002, to Amber (William Johnson) Hodges and Keith (Linda) Lee. He died Dec. 25, 2019.
Without a doubt, the No. 1 most popular complaint people will have about the town they live in is how terrible the drivers are.
According to my parents, the drivers in Brewton, Alabama are the worst in the nation. (I agree with them.)
According to my wife’s parents, the drivers in Memphis are the worst in the nation.
Washington County Board of Supervisors President Carl McGee deserves a handshake after what he allowed to happen in Tuesday’s meeting. He didn’t have to let almost 20 people address directly the board.
He didn’t have to do that.
Special to the DD-T
In a blowout 55-20 homecoming win over the Bayou Academy Colts (1-8), the St. Joe Fighting Irish remained perfect at 9-0 Friday night. The win also extends the state’s longest current winning streak to 20 games.
COLUMBUS, Miss. (AP) — Weekend storms raked parts of the Southeast, leaving deaths and injuries in their wake as a tornado smashed into a commercial district in a small Mississippi city and drenching rains fed a rising flood threat.
The eastbound lanes of Interstate 24 are blocked after a landslide occurred after several days of heavy rains Sunday, Feb. 24, 2019, north of Nashville, Tenn. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)
COLUMBUS, Miss. (AP) — The Latest on severe weekend weather in the South (all times local):
The National Weather service says it's still checking out damage from the weekend's worst tornado strike in Mississippi, but now has confirmed another twister hit in the same general region as the damaging twister in Columbus.
Baylor head coach Kim Mulkey thanks Baylor center Kalani Brown (21) as she head to the bench in the second half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, March 2, 2019, in Waco, Texas. Baylor defeated Oklahoma State 76-44. (AP Photo/Jerry Larson)
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee will have a later kickoff time than usual for its spring football game.
School officials announced Tuesday that Tennessee will hold its annual Orange and White Game on April 13 at 6 p.m. Tennessee starts spring practice on March 7.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A federal judge ruled Wednesday that one of Mississippi's 52 state Senate districts violates the Voting Rights Act because it does not give African-American voters an "equal opportunity" to elect a candidate of their choice.
A child's toy tractor floats along a flooded Water Street in the Courtland area on Friday, Feb. 22, 2019, in Decatur, Ala. More than 30 school districts in Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee closed Friday, in part because school buses couldn't navigate flooded roads. (Dan Busey/The Decatur Daily via AP)
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