The Paris and Greenville Chapters of the Patriot Guard rode in the Greenville Lions Motorcycle Rally dedicated to the Spirit of Giving.

The Giving Spirit

The Greenville Lions Club sponsored a motorcycle ride during the cool fall morning.  Each participant donated Twenty Dollars to the event at Wesley United Methodist Church.  The club will take the proceeds to purchase toys for those that need them.  The Paris Chapter of the Patriot Guard made an impressive […]

Dylan Lander was all smiles.  He was the first to drop coins into the red kettles at Walmart today.  Photos by Jim Satterwhite

The Red Kettle

Salvation Army Sergeant Wesley Trueblood III kicked off the Red Kettle Drive two weeks early at the Greenville Walmart today. Normally the fund raising event starts the day after Thanksgiving but with the closure of the Hebron House in Greenville there are more souls in need than ever. The Salvation […]

Peggy McDowell cuts the ribbon to the new Marshalls Store in Greenville.

Grand Opening

Peggy McDowell arrived at six-fifteen this morning to be first in line at the new Marshalls Store in Greenville.  She officially opened the store doors by cutting the ribbon to allow the hundred or so guest to enter at eight. Regional Vice President Roberto Benedetto started the ball rolling by […]

This is a typical Rib Crib.  This store is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Photo courtesy of the Tulsa World.

Town Center is Coming

The first shovel full of dirt has not turned at Greenville’s Town Center but big plans are on the horizon.  The Town Center will be located between Home Depot and Splash Kingdom on the eastbound access road along side Interstate 30.  Three new restaurants were announced by the Economic and […]

New Noise Guidelines at Greenville Parks

There have been many complaints of excessive noise coming from the pavilions at Graham Park.  In many instances, competing sound systems have been set up and have succeeded in causing discomfort to those enjoying the park. Brett Quarels, Parks and Recreation Director, addressed the issue. The Parks and Recreation Department […]