Dr. Cheri Waggoner is the Greenville ISD “Hero of Hope” for January 2019. She is a licensed specialist in school phycology in special education at L. P. Waters Preschool and Carver Elementary. Dr. Waggoner was nominated by many GISD staff, parents, teachers, and others for this prestigious honor. “She is […]
Dr. Susan Edwards, DVM has been retained to vaccinate all incoming animals at the Greenville Animal Shelter. This service will begin today, January 14, 2019. Dr. Edwards will also provide wellness checks on animals in the shelter.
The days are getting longer in North Texas, Pizzo’s Sicilian Café is now open from 11-3 after church on Sundays. Angela Marie Melia, Chef Ang, is the direct descendant of maternal grandparents who hailed from Sicily. Their last name was Pizzo, from which the name and inspiration for the café […]
Robert Harling wrote the play, Steel Magnolias, in 1987. The play and later film are about the bond a group of women shares in a small-town Southern community, and how they cope with the death of one of their own. The story is based on the author’s real-life experience of […]
Approximately 60-75 interested citizens gathered at the Fletcher Warren Civic Center Monday night to ask questions of city officials concerning the purchase of a defunct grocery store located at 2601 King Street in Greenville. All City Council members were present except Mayor Pro Tem, Jerry Ransom, and Place 5 Councilperson, […]