This Week's Circulars
Barbara Glenn, 72, of Greenville, passed away on March 01, 2021. Her homegoing service will be at noon, Saturday, March 6 at Bethlehem Baptist Church, 3807 Lee St. in Greenville. Services planned with Love & Integrity Funeral Services.
- Charges filed in Saturday morning fatal crash
- Something's brewing: Inspired by that perfect cup of coffee, local couple starts business
- Commissioners push for enforcement against noise disturbances
- Hunt County Fair for 2021 still scheduled
- Arrest reported in indecent exposure case
- Owen scheduled to appear on intoxication manslaughter charges
- Capital murder indictment filed in Greenville death
- Ground broken on $28 million hospital expansion
- UPDATE: Abbott says he's rescinding statewide mask mandate, capacity limits on businesses
- Future of school funding in Texas could be in jeopardy
The Greenville City Council is expected to tackle some of the city's nagging road problems during its 6 p.m. meeting on March 9, including how to handle potholes that have emerged in the wake of last month's winter storms.
Gov. Greg Abbott joined Sen. Bryan Hughes to talk about a bill aimed at regulating social media companies and ensuring they don’t “censor Texans on the viewpoints they express.”
The Celeste Blue Devils play tough defense all the way to the end of their 74-57 Class 2A area basketball playoff win over Linden-Kildare on Wednesday night in Sulphur Springs. The Blue Devils will next play state-ranked Rivercrest at 7 p.m. on Friday in Greenville.
Elton Hayes and Kevin Brockway discuss the status of the Big Ten as the Big Dance nears; Clay Horning suggests a new format for college wrestling and reflects on the Daytona 500; George Bremer and Bill Burt talk about the quarterback carousel in the NFL.
Bill Burt and George Bremer wrap up the NFL season; Elton Hayes and Kevin Brockway pick sleeper teams to win the Big Ten title; Clay Horning enters the GOAT debate and asks whether what Tom Brady has accomplished is that unique.