Bond has been set for you young men

Bond has been set at five million dollars for two young men accused of taking part in a robbery on Sarullo Circle in April in which a resident was allegedly held at gunpoint. The high bail was set for 23-year-old Meecko Johnson and 20-year-old Trevonte Johnson. Police had previously arrested…


Bond set in weapons violation case

Bond has been set for two Greenville men arrested over the weekend for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. The arrests followed a routine traffic stop at Theobald and Washington Streets for a faulty taillight. An officer allegedly found a small caliber weapon inside the vehicle. Bond has…



Commissioner Calling for a New Rule

Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley is calling for a new rule that he says will help aid domestic violence victims looking to start new lives. The measure would waive utility deposits for victims who are setting up a new household after escaping an abusive relationship. He says many victims don’t…


The City Pool has re-opened

The Bobby Henry Memorial Pool re-opened on June 1st, after the city previously announced that it would not reopen due to finances, but later reversed that decision. The pool will be open five days a week, excluding Tuesdays and Sundays, through July 15th. Admission prices are one dollars for swimmers…


Suspect arrested in North Hyman Street kidnapping

Greenville Police have arrested a man for allegedly kidnapping two teenagers on North Hyman Street in May. The victims, who are both 15 years old, said Romeo Lynch took them against their will and assaulted them. He allegedly accused them of burglarizing his residence.



It’s Election Day in Hollandale

Incumbent Mayor Bill Willis won the Democratic Mayoral primary runoff in May and now faces independent candidates Gary Lavell Caldwell and Cynthia Diamond Christian in today’s general election.


Police ask residents to be pro-active

Greenville Police have asked residents to be pro-active about preventing burglaries, now that school is out, which can lead to an increase in burglaries. They say securing doors and windows and reporting any suspicious activity in neighborhoods can help keep the rate down.


DSU students work with Development Authority

Sixteen Delta State University students working with the Mississippi Development Authority have done some asset mapping in Greenville, to help identify the city’s top assets that can used to promote tourism and to encourage young working people to stay in the city. The students identified the top assets as Lake…