LELAND — Leland residents can now expect to receive a fine for tampering with electrical meters.
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Mayor Errick Simmons will be delivering the 2020 State of the City Address at 6 p.m. Thursday at E.E. Bass Cultural Arts Center, 323 S. Main St.
Residents and stakeholders will have an opportunity to hear of the city’s successes, achievements and progress in the past year and Simmons’ past term as mayor.
Discussions regarding Pump Station 40 near Reed Road and Daniel Street continued at Monday’s Greenville City Council meeting.
The council authorized W.L. Burle Engineers, P.A. to determine what the cost would be for further repair.
Tuesday’s Washington County Board of Supervisor’s meeting should have impressed upon all the attendants how important voting is.
Johnny Lee Green
Greenville - Funeral services for Johnny Lee Green, 64, of Greenville, are pending with Redmon Funeral Home, Greenville.
He passed May 8 at Cleveland Nursing and Rehab and will be buried under the direction of Redmon Funeral Home, Greenville.
Most coaches would be happy with their team for going on the road and picking up a tie against a longtime rival, but Washington School boys soccer coach Jeffrey Giachelli said he was not happy after his team’s 2-2 tie against Bayou Academy on Tuesday.
This week, the original tiles from the 1906 construction of the roof of St. Joseph Catholic Church in downtown Greenville are being removed.
The tiles will have to be disposed of in a manner required by law as they are constructed in asbestos, according to church business manager Dick Clark.