The Greenville Pioneer

In print September 15, 2017 
Tractor Supply proposed on Route 32

Williams wins GOP nod for reelection as Greenville highway super

Marriott defeats Carr at Republican primary

Four solar farms pitched in Greenville

Tiny Diner opens in Greenville

Greenville Day set for September 23

Durham waits for better internet

Historic Curtis Clock up for grabs

2017 GCVFA Fire Convention

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Greenville Pioneer
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Greenville, NY 12083

On September 11, Greene County Emergency Services held its sixth annual 9/11 Memorial Service at the Emergency Services Center on Mountain Avenue in Cairo. As part of the ceremony, Greene County Sheriff’s Deputy Kevin Haverly, who was killed in an on-duty crash on February 28, 2017, was honored. Haverly, a resident of Greenville, was just 26 years old. His name was added to a monument at the Emergency Services Center the memorializes first responders who have lost their lives in service. Three monuments stand: one for police and correction officers, one of firefighters and one for EMS. Dozens of people came out for the ceremony, including area police, first responders, dignitaries and community members.