Greenville – The Greenville City Council could still decide to add an item concerning the removal of its City Attorney to the May 14 ballot.
During the "Citizens to be Heard" portion of the council's Tuesday, a request was made by Jerry Ransom for the City Council to give further consideration to the petition that calls for the cancellation of the contract between the law firm of Scott, Money and Ray, P.L.L.C. and the City of Greenville.
Winnsboro – New evidence in the death of an elderly Winnsboro man backs previous suspicions of foul play.
Wood County investigators say preliminary autopsy results show that 82-year-old Don Randoll Askew died of multiple stab wounds to the chest. His body was found February 25, but his daughters say they believe he may have been killed the day before.
Commerce – Information is sought into a sexual assault that reportedly occurred on the A&M-Commerce campus last week.
A female student reported the crime to University officials on Monday, indicating she was sexually assaulted by an unknown male at around 10:30 p.m. on March 1. The assault allegedly occurred at the West Halls on campus.
According to the police report, the assailant is a six foot tall male, and was wearing a green hooded sweatshirt at the time of the attack.
Commerce – A free workshop for starting and operating a small business comes to Commerce this week.
Live the Dream! is sponsored by Small Business Development at Paris Junior College. According to Director Pat Bell, the seminar will be held Thursday from 2-4 p.m. at the Commerce Chamber of Commerce downtown.