BOE honors retirees, supports Amendment 4

BOE honors retirees, supports Amendment 4

The Butler County Board of Education met to acknowledge both past accomplishments and future goals at Thursday night’s board meeting. The board began with the ... Read more

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Built in Butler County proves sucess

Butler County high school students and older residents alike got a sneak peek at life in the workforce, thanks to the second annual Built in ... Read more

  1. 3 identified in Highway 10 burglary
  2. Firefighters sport pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month
  3. Family searches for local teenager (updated)

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Industries on display

Industries on display

The Butler County Commission for Economic Development and the Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce will hold the second annual Built in Butler County Thursday. The ... Read more

County’s jobless rate falls to 7.5%

Butler County’s unemployment rate dropped from 8.9 percent in August to 7.5 percent in September, according to figures released Friday by the Alabama Department of ... Read more

Email sparks debate in House District 90 race

A candidate for Alabama House District 90 has said he wants to set the record straight. In an email to members of the Alabama Republican ... Read more

Schools lose grants, no cuts planned

Four area schools lost their funding for after-school tutorials and enrichment programs. Read more

Hollywood’s newest bad guy has ties to Camellia City

Hollywood’s newest bad guy has ties to Camellia City

Greenville moviegoers might notice a familiar face among those cast in this weekend’s “The Best of Me,” a film adaptation of the famous Nicholas Sparks ... Read more

  1. Old Time Farm Day set for Oct. 25
  2. City grants tax abatement for Hwashin
  3. Trick-or-Treat to haunt Commerce Street Oct. 31
  4. Students compete in Poetry Out Loud competition
  5. Greenville Community Theatre hosting ‘A Night of Spooky Tales’
  6. Two Greenville men charged with attempted murder
  7. Meth lab bust leads to two arrests
  8. ‘Lone Survivor’ bringing Patriot Tour to Tuscaloosa
  9. Barnett opens GAAC season
  10. State to pay $70M to Rainy Day Account
  11. Association lends helping hand to church
  12. Local schools up for Power to Play grant
  13. Lambert joins GNL staff
  14. Commission OKs $14.5M budget
  15. Brown named publisher of Demopolis Times
  16. Fun on the Midway at the Butler County Fair
  17. Harris honored for lifetime of service
  18. Illness under control at Georgiana School
  19. McKenzie earns national recognition for healthy, active environment
  20. Hwashin announces $9M project
  21. City passes $12.4 budget
  22. For the love of rodeo
  23. A lesson in preventing tragedy
  24. Alabama Power warns of scam

Sports

Panthers shut out Red Level 41-0

Panthers shut out Red Level 41-0

The Red Level Tigers were their own worst enemy Friday night in Georgiana as the Panthers capitalized on several early turnovers to take a commanding ... Read more

  1. Greenville finishes perfect in region with win over Rehobeth
  2. Tigers trounce Bulldogs 63-18
  3. Patriots end Eagles’ playoff hopes

Feature

Couple announces birth of daughter

Couple announces birth of daughter

Adam and Heather Arnold Merritt of Headland, Ala., announce the birth of their daughter Madalynne Grace Merritt. She was born Sept. 16, 2014, at Southeast ... Read more

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Editorials

Now is the time to prepare

Time has a way of eroding our memories. Ten years ago, “Ivan the Terrible” ripped across the Gulf Coast. We, of course, are not talking ... Read more

Columns & Opinions

The world needs more Magnolias

Mother Teresa once said, “We shall never know all the good that a simple smile can ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

Domestic violence law needs to be examined

In response to your article concerning high profile domestic violence cases, I would like to offer the following: Read more

Community Columnists

Only in America …

Only in America can a pizza get to your house faster than an ambulance. Read more