One area resident is spreading holiday cheer even amidst the pandemic.
The Greenville Arts Council is hosting an art gallery with local artist Rick Anderson. GAC Executive Director Eleanor Wright talks about the upcoming event.
A way to help and honor veterans is coming to Greenville. The Gulf Coast Veterans are hosting a 2020 Veterans Stand Down. Organization representatives Kenny Magee and Quann Redmond discuss what the event will entail.
It's time to start holiday shopping. Lisa Paris discusses about a Renaissance Show coming to Greenwood December 10th and 11th, which includes lots of unique items you can find.
A blood pressure self monitoring program is coming to the Delta. The YMCA's Mickie Sandidge speaks about what the program entails as well as the importance of being aware of your blood pressure.
The youth farmers program is hosting a talent show Saturday, November 14. Alan Owens with the Youth Farmers Program speaks about how beneficial it is for teens to learn about agriculture.
Mr. Raymond Wong suffered a stroke in 2004 that left the right side of his body numb. After regaining his strength, he rode a golf cart and a Segway back and forth to work everyday until one day he decided it was time to drive again.
At last week's Board of Alderman's meeting, Inframark representative Keith Johnson showed the board pictures of what he and his crew has been pulling from drainage pumps over the past couple of weeks. Johnson explained how the debris and the excess rain has been putting major pressure on the pumps.
A Trump administration proposal to revamp the federal food stamp program could mean big changes for the thousands of Delta residents who depend on the food stamps, along with the businesses that rely on E-B-T card income.