Matt Snider and his daughter show off a show truck dedicated to the sacrifices of local area veterans. Matt’s dad was an Air Force Vet while his grandfather and uncles were Army and Navy Vets. Art work was done locally. You should see the truck in some of the local […]
Greenville Fire and Rescue as well as many rural volunteer fire departments, American Medical Response, and wrecker trucks were kept busy Thursday as the rain continued throughout the morning and afternoon. The “lake” on East Lee Street near I-30 West (Spur 302) may be ready for fishing by late afternoon. […]
The newest restaurant in Greenville, The Ashen Rose, will be closed until further notice due to flooding on Lee Street. The proprietor is in need of shop vacs and people to man them to assist in the cleanup. Beers on the proprietor after the clean up!
Julie Horn tells us that “this year’s Memory Walk has been cancelled due to the obvious weather conditions. We will reschedule for sometime next Spring and look forward to bringing the community together at that time. Thanks to all of our volunteers that helped to organize this event and local […]
There are eleven propositions to change the Greenville City Charter on election day, November 3rd. Early voting will continue today and next week at the Washington Street polls. The issues address residency requirements, public transportation clarification that could affect new shared ride services such as UBER and LYFT, and the city’s […]