Questions laid to rest

Questions laid to rest

The Greenville City Council has laid to rest any confusion over the rules and regulations governing the city-owned cemetery. Read more

Latest news

Spring cleanup starts Saturday

The City of Greenville is hoping residents will join together to help clean up the city. Read more

  1. ‘Fantastic turnout’ for Calico Fort
  2. City building infested with bats
  3. Firm files lawsuit against GM

The Latest

Manufacturer coming to Greenville

A new manufacturer is coming to town and is set to purchase a building previously owned by the City of Greenville. Read more

County awarded $125K

Butler County had been awarded $125,000 from the Department of Homeland Security. Read more

Curry is LBWCC ‘outstanding alumna’

Curry is LBWCC ‘outstanding alumna’

LBW Community College will recognize Jennifer Carroll Curry of Andalusia as the 2014 Outstanding Alumna during the College’s commencement ceremony in May. Read more

Student-athletes vying for Achiever Award

Student-athletes vying for Achiever Award

Twenty-nine of Butler County’s top student-athletes are vying for the honor of being named the recipient of the 17th annual Butler County Achiever Award. Read more

GMS upgrades computer labs

GMS upgrades computer labs

The older fixtures of Greenville Middle School computer labs and classrooms now have some company in the form of shiny new computers — 49 of ... Read more

  1. Church holding ‘Glow in the Dark’ Easter egg hunt
  2. Going to College? It’s elementary!
  3. Students take part in mock interviews
  4. Can’t file or pay taxes by April 15? You have options
  5. Tickets on sale for Achiever Award
  6. Moonshine stills found, men arrested
  7. Healthy Kids 5K/10K set for Saturday
  8. GOP candidates to visit county
  9. Car strikes wild boar, kills passengers
  10. Good deals on good reads
  11. County cracking down on litterbugs
  12. Bryant promoted to sports editor
  13. GMS releases honor rolls
  14. Rec baseball games cancelled
  15. Tindal named hospital employee of the year
  16. Body discovered in restaurant parking lot
  17. City recognizes Volunteer Appreciation Month
  18. Faulty ignition switches lead to GM recall
  19. Forecast forces postponement of Bark in the Park
  20. Police investigating vehicle break-ins
  21. Mayors recognize Americorps volunteers
  22. LBW: Seniors prepare for college now
  23. Brantley native crowned Mrs. Alabama
  24. Calico Fort slated to open gates April 12-13


Fort Dale Boys fall to Macon-East in semifinals

Fort Dale Boys fall to Macon-East in semifinals

The saying goes that close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades. But for about half an hour, Fort Dale Academy would’ve liked to add ... Read more

  1. White Sox rally, top Braves
  2. McKenzie routs young Georgiana squad
  3. FDA chasing state titles


Lee, Pritchard to wed March 29

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Forrest Lee of Greenville, Ala., are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Mallory Watts Lee, to ... Read more

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Fifteen minutes could save our county

If you could spend just 15 minutes to help ensure a brighter future for our community, would you take the time? Read more

Columns & Opinions

Rep. Holmes, nice to meet you

Rep. Alvin Holmes doesn’t believe “a whole bunch of whites” would adopt African-American children. I could ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

County loses standout educators

Butler County lost two exceptional educators this year, Mr. Shelby Searcy and Ms. Lillie Pearl Herbert. Read more

Community Columnists

Only in America …

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