Author: Bill Johnson

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Rebecca Goodman, center, co-owner of S. Goodman Department Store, prepares lunch Wednesday for Sgt. Laquanna Wesley, right, at the Greenville Police Department. Sgt. Rosetta Williams,... [Read More]
The Hornets nest is proving to be one of the loudest and toughest places to play for opposing teams as evidenced by both its varsity... [Read More]
Cecil Carder, left, and Tommy Norris next year will celebrate 30 years in business together at Greenville Metal Works Inc. [Read More]
HOLLANDALE— Simmons senior quarterback Tyderius Gipson had one of those games where he just could not miss in Simmons' 66-6 homecoming victory over Humphreys County... [Read More]
Johnson writes: "Blacks should question whether they still have a place in the party that has failed them for decades." [Read More]
A month ago, engineers with the aid of cameras, got their first look at the Alexander and Broadway streets' sinking manhole since it collapsed in... [Read More]
Riverside High School senior Jonovan Tyler, the Planters Bank Player of the Week, did just about everything last Friday to help his team defeat Greenville... [Read More]
Greenville Police Department Assistant Chief Delando Wilson is pinned Wednesday afternoon by his father, Larry O'Neil. [Read More]
In commemoration of first responders who lost their lives in the 2001 terrorist attacks, the Greenville Fire Department hosted its annual 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb. [Read More]
Ahead of Blues Week, the Greenville Arts Council celebrated early with the opening of an art gallery honoring area blues artists who have died but... [Read More]
Johnson writes: "Boys and girls from these unions unwittingly engage in a ritualistic cycle that sow the seeds of their destruction." [Read More]
August was an exceptionally good month for economic development in Washington County. There was the groundbreaking of the new Tru by Hilton hotel on Rayner... [Read More]
A couple of key late first half plays helped Riverside High's football team take control of the game and eventually lead to Bulldogs' (1-2) first... [Read More]
There are several dilapidated storefronts in downtown Leland, and city officials are taking steps to ensure all buildings look presentable. [Read More]
Just in time for the upcoming Blues Week, the Greenville Arts Council is presenting an art gallery to honor area blues artists who have died... [Read More]
The Greenville Arts Council has welcomed another new face. [Read More]
Angela Holman describes herself as a "retail person." ... [Read More]
Crews with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers were in the Delta this week making repairs to the concrete stabilization mats along the Mississippi River.... [Read More]
After years of heavy trucks straining the Queen City's port connector road, the Port of Greenville has received a multimodal grant from the Mississippi Department... [Read More]
For the past six years, Phil Schank and his wife, Kym, have operated C2k Ministries in Mound Bayou. ... [Read More]
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