Oh, What a Night!

Oh, What a Night!

The ninth annual spring fundraiser by the Greenville Area Arts Council (GAAC) opened Thursday night to an enthusiastic, near-capacity crowd, earning the Ritz Players a ... Read more

Latest news

Greenville’s Thomas recognized as Young Hero

When the Greenville High School Class of 2015 walks across the turf at Tiger Stadium few, if any, of the new graduates will be as ... Read more

  1. Ordinance targets weed, debris issues
  2. Butler County Schools holding ‘Transition Day’
  3. Gardner retiring after 38 years in the classroom

The Latest

GMS one of 104 Mix It Up Schools

Greenville Middle School was recently recognized as a 2014-15 Mix It Up Model School. Read more

Bark in the Park set for Sunday

Bark in the Park set for Sunday

It's time to celebrate spring and let our furry friends socialize a bit — all for a very worthy cause. Read more

Presidents recognized for leadership

Presidents recognized for leadership

LBW Community College Foundation recently held a “Golden Gala” in celebration of Lurleen B. Wallace Community College’s 50th anniversary and several were recognized for their ... Read more

Rep. Jones to speak at LBWCC commencement

LBW Community College will hold the annual graduation ceremony on May 8 at 7 p.m. in the Kiwanis Community Center in Andalusia. Read more

Library hosting Spring Concert Series

The Greenville-Butler County Public Library is hosting its first Spring Concert Series on Thursdays, starting April 30 at 5:30 p.m. Read more

  1. County’s jobless rate falls, still above state’s rate
  2. Clark to speak at 18th annual Achiever Award banquet
  3. Miss ASU, court visit GHS seniors
  4. Officials OK South Shackleville Road paving project
  5. Tanner named principal of Greenville Middle School
  6. Sanders to chair Butler County Commission
  7. Spice use on the rise in Alabama
  8. FDA students take part in All State Choral Festival
  9. Daniels recertified as CFSP
  10. Man arrested after Mt. Zion break-in
  11. Pensacola man arrested on drug charges after traffic stop
  12. Tablescapes a feast for the eyes
  13. Commission opposes $25K pay raise for probate judge
  14. DHR, Giggles and Grins form partnership
  15. LBWCC student art show opens April 21
  16. McWilliams announces run for fifth term
  17. GHS marching band to perform at Riverwalk Stadium
  18. Church takes aim at hunger, packs thousands of meals
  19. Georgia teen killed in crash on I65
  20. Troopers ramp up to stop texting while driving
  21. BCSO warns of hospital scam
  22. Officials take part in Day of Recognition for National Service
  23. USDA to issue aid to farmers
  24. Seniors take part in National Hug a Newsman Day

Sports

Luna Chicks, Tana Strong heat up rec league play

Luna Chicks, Tana Strong heat up rec league play

Dixie Angels   Luna Chicks 8, Tana Strong 7   Carley Boutwell, Angel Ocean, and Skylar Bates each found success at the plate with hits ... Read more

  1. Head baseball coach departs FDA
  2. McKenzie not rushing hunt for coach
  3. Experts tab Smith third-round pick

Feature

Johnson, Parriott to wed in July

Johnson, Parriott to wed in July

Mrs. Freddie Daughtry is pleased to announce the engagement of her daughter, Lindsay Kathleen Johnson, to Mr. Matthew Adam Parriott, son of Mr. and Mrs. ... Read more

Special Section

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Editorials

How do we stop violence?

On Sunday night, community members gathered for a candlelight vigil in memory of Jerome Watkins. Read more

Columns & Opinions

Ritz Players still wow me

Be prepared to be wowed. 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