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The Creative Arts Community of Hunt County recently proposed using the former Johnson Street Church of Christ as a performing arts center. Image courtesy of the Johnson Street Church of Christ.

A Place for Art and Maybe a Space for a Makerspace

The Creative Arts Community of Greenville (CAC-Gvl) sponsored a luncheon in the former Johnson Street Church of Christ Thursday. The artistic community is active in theater, musical productions, artistic endeavors and dance. Chrissy Dickens, spokesperson for the group, stood in front of more than 25 influential community members including City of […]

Nissan of Greenville to host Community Recognition Day!

Nissan of Greenville to host Community Recognition Day!

Nissan of Greenville invites the public as we bless those around us that make us proud. Join us on Saturday, June 17, from 11:00 to 1:00 pm at 6403 Interstate 30, Greenville, TX 75402 Greenville, June 17, 2017/Nissan of Greenville and local Area Pastors will give thanks to our first […]

Is there a doctor in the house?

Is there a doctor in the house?

Saturday night the answer will be Yes there is! Greenville’s own doctor/singer/songwriter Matt Koger will be taking the stage for the first time downtown in almost 2 years! With four albums under his belt including local favorites like “Donuts, Beer & Wine” and “Armadillo Time” there’s  sure to be music […]

Greenville Family Theater – Youth Workshops

Greenville Family Theater – Youth Workshops

The Greenville Family Theater is hosting two youth workshops that provide great educational opportunities for local talent. Both workshops are Monday, May 15 from 6-9pmat the Johnson St Church of Christ Building. Angela Vaughn for ages 8-12 and Chase Pagett for ages 13 and up. Chase Pagett is in town […]

Trees keep a city green and healthy by filtering out carbon dioxide and replenishing oxygen. Image provided by the Arbor Day Foundation.

Hunt County Celebrates Arbor Day

Greenville is celebrating its 22nd year as a designated Tree City by the Arbor Day Foundation in cooperation with the USDA-Forest Service and the National Association of State Foresters. In order to become a Tree City, a municipality must meet four standards: establish a Tree Board or department, enact a […]