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Swag bags from Community Access were a popular job fair promotion. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

The Job Fair Was a Success!

The Greenville/Hunt County Chamber of Commerce organized a Job Fair at the Fletcher Warren Civic Center today.  Over twenty-nine businesses in the county showed up to take applications.  Byron Taylor, President of the Chamber, said “over 450 applicants signed in”. International Grain and Milling, Solvay, Innovation First International, D. Earls […]

Greenville Fire and Rescue truck No. 5 has backed down an alley near the old Henson-Kickernick Building to help fight a fire that destroyed the remainder of the building. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Henson-Kickernick Building Burns

The good news is that there were no firefighters from Greenville Fire and Rescue or other persons injured or killed as they fought a fire that broke out in the old Henson-Kickernick Building near the corner of Henry and Wright Streets in Greenville Sunday morning.  Bill Salamon reports, “seeing flashing […]

The Katherine G. Johnson STEM Academy will move to Crockett School in September. Image courtesy of GISD.

K. G. Johnson STEM Academy to Move

After an exciting grand opening in July 2017, the Katherine G. Johnson STEM academy is moving.  Greenville Independent School District spent millions to renovate the former Paris Jr. College Campus in Greenville. The move to Crockett Elementary this fall is said to be a cost saving measure. “It will be a […]

Robert and Leanne Bledsoe were all smiles today as the grand opening for their new office took place. Hot dogs and cake were featured.

Bledsoe Knows a Thing or Two

Robert Bledsoe was cooking hot dogs, serving potato salad and cutting a grand opening cake while letting people know who dropped in to the new agency on Traders Circle that there is a full-service company located at the south end of the city. Robert Bledsoe knows a thing or two […]