First Steps celebrates Dr. Seuss’s birthday

First Steps celebrates Dr. Seuss’s birthday

The halls of the First Steps Early Child Development Center have been temporarily transformed into Seussville for a week in celebration of Read Across America. ... Read more

Latest news

Greenville native takes top spot in Southeast Journalism Conference

Troy University student and Greenville native David Caddell recently nabbed the first-place finish for best radio journalist in the 2014 Best of the South competition ... Read more

  1. Frazier details life as Japanese POW
  2. Vets make pitstop in Greenville on Ride 2 Recovery
  3. Consolation Church fire ruled as arson

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Sharing her dream

Sharing her dream

The Greenville-Butler County Public Library is helping show the Camellia City where it’s going by showing where it’s been, with the aid of the community’s ... Read more

‘Laughter’ highlights woman celebration

To echo Mark Twain’s old words - the human race has ever only had one weapon against hardship, and that’s laughter. That’s the ... Read more

Area students compete in skills competition

Area students competed in the South District Region of Alabama SkillsUSA Competition on Feb. 20 at Reid State Technical College in Evergreen. Read more

PEC joins other coops in Tombigbee effort

Six Alabama rural electric cooperatives are sending 45 men and equipment to help restore weather-related outages affecting members of Tombigbee Electric Cooperative in northwest Alabama. ... Read more

Weber to speak at LBWCC lecture series

Marianne Weber has a pretty good story to tell. Read more

  1. BOE approves WAN (E-rate) bid
  2. BCHS T-shirt campaign now underway
  3. Incoming weather system could create ice
  4. BCWA approves radio-read meters
  5. Sheriff says new sentencing rules could lead to overcrowding
  6. Truck engine catches fire
  7. Greenville city council approves tractor purchase
  8. A Cinderella story
  9. Mayor gives passionate State of City Address
  10. Greenville crime rate rises due to 2014 thefts
  11. New Wendy’s to open Monday
  12. PEC linemen help neighboring state
  13. Young artists visit High Horse Gallery
  14. Stars and Stripes lined streets of Greenville
  15. Shelby visits Butler County
  16. FDA student earns D.C. trip
  17. GPD amnesty program ends Feb. 27
  18. Today starts 40-day Lenten season
  19. Comedy, dinner highlight theater show
  20. Greenville native pens 1st book
  21. GHS sophomore heading to NYLF
  22. Shelby visits Butler County as part of statewide tour
  23. Foul play suspected in church fire
  24. LBWCC inducts 45 into PTK

Sports

Boggan, Payton hit career milestones

Boggan, Payton hit career milestones

Two standouts on the Georgiana Panthers varsity basketball team proved that you don’t need to be a senior to lead by example. Juniors Jacquez Payton ... Read more

  1. Sheffield wins Bryant-Jordan award
  2. Former FDA students sign college commitments
  3. County’s junior varsity softball teams face off in tournament Saturday

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