Rockin’ the Ritz

Rockin’ the Ritz

The Greenville Area Arts Council kicked off its 34th season Monday night with “Rock Legends,” a show that features music ranging from 1950s rock ‘n’ ... Read more

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Chamber’s annual Fall Supper set for Oct. 15

The Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce will host its annual Fall Supper Oct. 15 at the Greenville-Butler County Public Library’s Camellia Pavilion. “We’re going to ... Read more

  1. Tesmer announces plan to seek second term as DA
  2. Clower joins FBC as senior pastor
  3. County fair comes to a close Saturday

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City to unveil photo of Civil Rights leader

A piece of history will be on display Thursday at the Greenville-Butler County Public Library. A photo of Civil Rights pioneer Martin Luther King, Jr. ... Read more

Butler County GOP announces qualifying dates

The Butler County Republican Party has announced that it will open qualifying for the 2016 elections on Monday. Qualifying will end at the close of ... Read more

School system reviews discipline policy for special needs students

With the non-compliance issue of disciplinary actions toward students with special needs continuing to grow amongst the school systems, the Butler County Board of Education ... Read more

Norman Insurance joining Insurance Solutions Group

A new merging is on the horizon for local insurance company Norman Insurance. The company will soon be partnered with five other corporations to form ... Read more

Brunch honors breast cancer survivors

For the fifth year in a row, breast cancer survivors and family members will gather together for the annual Breast Cancer Survivor Brunch at L.V. ... Read more

  1. County driver’s license office shut down
  2. Greenville Haunted Firehouse provides visitors scary good time
  3. Grant aids in repairs to museum
  4. Greenville recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month
  5. City increases funding for E-911 to help offset funding shortage
  6. GHS band has record-breaking day
  7. Talking politics
  8. Billy McGuigan, ‘Rock Legends’ kick off GAAC schedule
  9. Advocate to celebrate 150th anniversary
  10. Traffic flow changes made at Fort Dale Street, Cedar Street
  11. Police searching for suspects in pharmacy burglary
  12. BOE may revive schools foundation
  13. Police: Missing man’s body found in woods
  14. GPD searching for missing man
  15. Concert hits right notes in raising awareness
  16. GPD holding drug take-back events
  17. County’s jobless rate falls slightly
  18. Cyclists make stop in Camellia City
  19. Group holding concert to raise domestic violence, sexual assault awareness
  20. Scholarship created in Krudop’s honor
  21. Crum elected SGA president at ASU
  22. Butler County man arrested decades after alleged sexual abuse of children
  23. LBWCC receives seven marketing awards
  24. County honors longtime engineer


McKenzie scores region win over Red Level

McKenzie scores region win over Red Level

  By Josh Boutwell In a Class 1A, Region 2 showdown the Red Level Tigers (2-4) were throttled by conference rival McKenzie Tigers (4-3) Friday ... Read more

  1. Panthers shut out Pleasant Home
  2. Tigers ground Eagles, remain undefeated
  3. Eagles blank Colts, extend win streak to three games


Odom, Rodgers to wed

John and Jill Odom, of Jasper, Alabama, are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Haley Lorraine Odom, to James Michael ... Read more

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DYW brings out best in contestants

On Saturday night, some of Butler County’s best and brightest will take the stage of the historic Ritz Theatre as part of the annual Distinguished ... Read more

Columns & Opinions

SEALs, new dads share skill set

I’ve been a parent for an entire three-and-a-half months now. In that time I’ve learned that ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

‘Caring’ Walmart employee comes to rescue of reader during storm

Dear Editor,   On July 23, I was in the local Walmart when it started thundering. Hoping to get back to my car before the ... Read more

Community Columnists

Only in America …

Only in America can a pizza get to your house faster than an ambulance. Read more