Kimberly Hyde

Greenville Police Looking for Suspects in Attempted Robbery of Restaurant

Surveillance footage shows two suspects breaking into the front door of Barbecue 65

1/1bbq-65 Show Caption Hide Caption Greenville Police are searching for two suspects in an attempted robbery of a popular neighborhood restaurant. Monday morning around 2:00 A.M., surveillance footage shows two suspects breaking into the front door of Barbecue 65 located on Pineapple Highway in Greenville. No items where stolen, but police believe the suspects were looking for money. Authorities say…

Greenville PD Says Stay Alert for Counterfeit Bills

Counterfeit $20 and $100 bills circulating around Camellia City

1/2IMG_3521 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2IMG_3520 Show Caption Hide Caption The Greenville Police Department is warning holiday shoppers about counterfeit money. Recently, counterfeit $20 and $100 bills have been circulating around the Camellia City. These bills have “For Motion Picture Use Only” or “Motion Picture Purposes” written in large letters. The bills are used as props for movies and/or television shows. A…

Political Analyst Steve Flowers Weighs in on Paths to Victory for Moore, Jones

Flowers says number one factor in U.S. Senate Special Election will be voter turnout

1/1specialelection Show Caption Hide Caption The tight senate race between Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones is winding down to its final hours. Alabama News Network Political Analyst Steve Flowers says the key to a Moore campaign victory comes down to one factor — voter turnout. “His path to victory is the older, white, conservative, evangelical voters,” said Flowers….

New Voting Machines for Montgomery County

ExpressVote ballot marking device will feature touchscreen capabilities

1/1IMG_0543 Show Caption Hide Caption Montgomery County voters will notice something different when they go to the polls for next Tuesday’s special election — new voting machines. Two new machines will be located in all 49 Montgomery voting precincts. The first is the DS-200 tabulating machine which will feature faster read times. The second is the ExpressVote ballot marking device. That…

Dr. Ed Richardson Gives MPS Intervention Update at 145th Chamber Meeting

Montgomery Chamber says future of building a better Montgomery begins with the improvement of public education

1/1IMG_0546 Show Caption Hide Caption Education was the hot topic at the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce’s 145th Annual Meeting Thursday, as 600 business leaders packed the Renaissance to celebrate the Chamber’s key wins in 2017. “We’re number one in jobs in the state and new jobs from last year,” said David Reed, outgoing chairman of the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce….

Butler County Education Retirees Helping Displaced Students Get Back on Track

Butler County has on average 160 homeless students each year

1/1IMG_0540 Show Caption Hide Caption The Butler County Education Retirees Association is working hard to make a difference this holiday season. “Once an education employee, always an education employee,” said President Wayne Boswell. Boswell says the 65-member group is busy with canned food drives and scholarship fundraisers. “Those who work in education, whether you be a teacher, a bus driver or…

Pecan Crop Looking Favorable

Despite a big blow from Mother Nature, things are looking up for the pecan crop

1/1IMG_0538.JPG Show Caption Hide Caption Priester’s Pecans gets thousands of visitors everyday especially this time of year. Shopper Alene Lawhorn is one of those. She can spot her favorite pecan a mile away. “Cinnamon honey glaze,” said Lawhorn with a smile. She’s among many stopping by Priester’s to stock up on the delicious nut. “This is the best time of the…

Greenville Elementary Getting Superhero Makeover

New beautification project has school pride growing by leaps and bounds

1/2IMG_0534 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2IMG_0536 Show Caption Hide Caption Superheroes are leaping off comic books and onto the walls at Greenville Elementary. “I really wanted to give these kids something crazy over the top,” said Debra Strycker who is spearheading the much-needed school beautification project. “It had just been dilapidated. Had been band-aided over and painted again and again and again.”…

Race Relations Day Held

Hutchinson Missionary Baptist Church celebrates Race Relations Sunday

1/2IMG_0533 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2IMG_0280 Show Caption Hide Caption Montgomery area ministers, community members and special guests gathered at Montgomery’s Hutchinson Missionary Baptist Church Sunday for their annual Race Relations Day program. Reverend Tabitha Isner of The First Christian Church and Kim Hendrix of Frazer United Methodist Church were guest speakers. Several Race Day Relations awards were also presented….

Alabama, Auburn Fans Sound-off on SEC Championship, College Football Playoff

Fans give opinion on playoffs over lunch at Baumhower's Restaurant in Montgomery

1/1IMG_0532 Show Caption Hide Caption Talk of Auburn’s loss in the SEC Championship Game, as well as Alabama’s birth in the College Football Playoff were the hot topics at Baumhower’s Sunday. “I’ll be honest with you, we were in in church and everybody’s phones started going off in church when ESPN came through,” said Lisa Bruner. Bruner, an Alabama Crimson…