Editor’s note: This is the first of a series of articles concerning the county’s spending on infrastructure and other projects led by IMS Engineers.
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Get your bids ready, the state tax-forfeited land auction for 300 state-owned properties in Washington County started today.
Mayor Errick Simmons welcomed Secretary of State Michael Watson on Tuesday in preparation for the state tax-forfeited land auction, which began at 8 a.m. today.
JACKSON — On Aug. 3, Greenville Renaissance Scholars of Greenville has been awarded a $4,300 grant from the Mississippi Arts Commission. This grant is a portion of the $1.3 million in grants the Commission will award in 2020-2021 and will be used to host Camp Renaissance 2021.
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Despite having empty beds, Delta Regional Medical Center is still experiencing shortage problems.
While the Coronavirus is a massive problem in and of itself, DRMC is facing a “staffing crisis” with the number of nurses decreasing, according to hospital CEO Scott Christensen.
With only 90 days left until Nov. 3, the Washington County Election Commission is gearing up for Election Day and were paid a visit by Mississippi Secretary of State Michael Watson on Tuesday to talk about all things voting.
FLORA — Dorothy Parker Scarborough, 87, of Flora, died July 15, 2020.
Dot is now reunited with her husband, Robert Dashiell “Bob/Bobby” Scarborough; her parents, Anna Jean and James Emmett Parker; sisters, Jean and Elaine; and brothers, Joe and Paul.
JACKSON — Today, Governor Tate Reeves signed a new executive order establishing a statewide shelter-in-place for Mississippi to slow the spread of COVID-19 and protect the health of all who call our state home.
COLUMBUS, Miss. (AP) — A northeast Mississippi airport is adding a fourth daily flight to Atlanta.
President Donald Trump's pick to be United Nations ambassador once hosted a panel on unfounded conspiracy theories that Islamic fundamentalists are secretly trying to destroy America by changing the country's institutions and culture and imposing Sharia law.
Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) told ABC's "This Week" that he thinks "it's very clear the President obstructed justice."
At Tuesday's Greenville City Council meeting, the council rejected the bid for the demolition of the Elks Lodge No. 148 Building on Washington Avenue.
The bid amount for demolition was $400,000 from the contractor, Lesure’s Demolition of Greenville, and the company was the only bidder.