Greenville – Drivers seem to be adjusting nicely to one-way frontage roads in Greenville.
Crews began converting the south frontage road between Division Street and State Highway 34/Wesley Street Wednesday morning. By the evening, no accidents of any kind had been reported.
The north frontage road is scheduled to be converted beginning Thursday. Work will begin at HW 34/Wesley Street, with the closing of the left turning lane from southbound HW 34 to the north frontage road.
Greenville – Guilty pleas in an alleged Campbell meth lab are expected Thursday. William Ronald Davidson and Stacy Sutton Davidson may be planning to plead guilty to the multiple charges they are facing.
The attorneys for the couple had sought to have the charges against them thrown out, saying the alleged evidence was obtained improperly. Both defendants had pleaded not guilty.
Sulphur Springs – The City of Sulphur Springs hopes to regulate the sale of the controversial substance known as K2.
Council last night approved a first reading prohibiting the sale of K2 to anyone under 21. The item also makes it illegal for the item to be sold within 1,000 feet of protected areas, which include schools, churches, parks, daycare centers or libraries.