Cates receives Spirit of Greenville Award

Cates receives Spirit of Greenville Award

Eric O. Cates, Jr. grew up and still lives in the Searcy Community. But he’s close enough that he still considers Greenville home. Read more

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Langston named to All-Alabama Academic team

Chloe Langston, of Honoraville, has been named as 2015 All-Alabama Academic Team member with the Alabama Community College System. Read more

  1. Grants available for first time college students
  2. Healthy Kids hosting third annual run
  3. Unemployment rates fall statewide

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YMCA carnival rolls into town

YMCA carnival rolls into town

Popcorn, cotton candy, games, a ferris wheel and more have come to town for the YMCA Carnival fundraiser.  The festivities kicked off Tuesday and will ... Read more

New bill to allow for creation of charter schools

New bill to allow for creation of charter schools

Gov. Robert Bentley signed a bill into law Thursday allowing for the creation of charter schools in the state. The Alabama House of Representatives approved ... Read more

Greenville man stabbed in heated argument

An argument between two men escalated to the point that one of them was stabbed. Marcus Crenshaw, a 23-year-old black male, stabbed Kevin Seale, a ... Read more

City enters purchase agreement, receives clean audit

A new restaurant could soon grace the Camellia City, thanks to a resolution authorizing the City to enter into a real estate purchase agreement for ... Read more

Argument leads to shooting

Friday the 13th proved unlucky for at least one Greenville man as an altercation culminated in a trip to the emergency room for a gunshot ... Read more

  1. County sees unemployment rate climb
  2. School’s PR efforts recognized for excellence
  3. Bryan named superintendent of the year
  4. Two Georgiana students die in Evergreen house fire
  5. County awarded grant for emergency food, shelter programs
  6. Roby speaks at Greenville Rotary meeting
  7. GPD hosts women’s gun safety course
  8. City OKs 10-year solid waste management plan
  9. GMS students clean YMCA for Teach One to Reach One program
  10. Attorney general warns of jury duty scam
  11. Civil rights exhibit offers students glimpse into past
  12. Inaugural Camellia City Fest nears
  13. Greenville native takes top spot in Southeast Journalism Conference
  14. Frazier details life as Japanese POW
  15. Vets make pitstop in Greenville on Ride 2 Recovery
  16. Consolation Church fire ruled as arson
  17. Sharing her dream
  18. ‘Laughter’ highlights woman celebration
  19. Area students compete in skills competition
  20. PEC joins other coops in Tombigbee effort
  21. Weber to speak at LBWCC lecture series
  22. BOE approves WAN (E-rate) bid
  23. BCHS T-shirt campaign now underway
  24. Incoming weather system could create ice


Late Rally Powers Pike past Fort Dale

Late Rally Powers Pike past Fort Dale

The Fort Dale Academy Eagles sat comfortably in the driver’s seat of their Friday afternoon regional rivalry with the Pike Liberal Arts Patriots for five ... Read more

  1. Greenville begins search for new head coach
  2. Lady Eagles sweep Monroe, Pike Liberal
  3. Georgiana standouts earn all-state honors


Boan, Causey to wed in May

Boan, Causey to wed in May

Mr. and Mrs. Barry Edward Boan, Sr. of Greenville, Ala., and Mrs. Amy Bates Boan of Lake Martin, Ala., are pleased to announce the engagement ... Read more

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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