You know until a few years ago, paper towels were all the same size. They need to come with a warning label because for over a year now every time I pick up a package they are the ones that are perforated in one-half the regular size. Each time I […]
The Greenville Knights of Columbus held their annual Oktoberfest charity fund raiser Saturday. The tantalizing smell of German Brats and sausages from Muenster, Texas cooking over wood fired grills filled the air. There was plenty of German potato salad, Sauerkraut, braised cabbage, German brochen (breads), and plenty of beer and […]
Eight units of Housing and Urban Development apartments are being constructed at 2410 West Jack Finney Blvd. Earthwork was in progress Saturday afternoon. An estimated completion date will be seven to nine months from now.
Abracadabra! The court house was bathed in pink light! Abracadabra! Most of the parking spaces on Lee Street and surrounding lots were taken! Abracadabra! The court yards on Lee Street were filled with strolling musicians! Abracadabra! Greenville’s citizens, movers and shakers, and just plain ordinary folks came out to support […]
Master story teller, Pud Kearns, delighted the audience gathered in the lobby of the Texan Theater yesterday with a short history of Bras for the Cause. Tonight’s fest will be the seventh annual event in uptown Greenville. The first few events emphasized breast cancer but it has grown much more […]