Newell Rubbermaid Plant Closings Begin to Take Toll on Local Budgets By Scott Harvey & Brad Kellar • Sep 12, 2012 GREENVILLE - The Greenville Electric Utility System’s budget for the new fiscal year is expected to reflect the loss of one of the local electric utilities’ biggest customers. Hopkins County plant to expand, another strong economic sign for region By Scott Harvey • May 31, 2012 Sulphur Springs News-Telegram SULPHUR SPRINGS - Just three years after completing a $16 million expansion that doubled its plant size and added 130 workers, Bob Evans Farms Inc. says another expansion is planned at its Sulphur Springs facility. Rubbermaid discussion planned by city council By Brad Kellar • Dec 12, 2011 Jerrod Knight GREENVILLE - The Greenville City Council meets Tuesday in executive session to discuss the status of the Newell Rubbermaid plant. City manager releases statement regarding plant closing By Scott Harvey • Dec 6, 2011 Greenville City Manager Steven Alexander has released a statement regarding the announcement made by Rubbermaid that the Greenville plant will be closing in 2012. Hundreds to Lose Jobs as Plant Announces Closure By Brad Kellar • Dec 6, 2011 Jerrod Knight GREENVILLE - Tough news for the local economy as officials with Greenville’s Newell Rubbermaid plant say they intend to close their doors next year. Local entities combine to create new jobs, train existing workers By Scott Harvey • Oct 10, 2011 Hundreds of new and existing workers are to benefit from a job-training grant made available through a partnership between Paris Junior College and three Greenville businesses.