More than 1,000 residents of Paynesville benefitted from free health care services over the weekend.
Paynesville City Corporation has announced a two-day health fair on Friday. The event will be held at the Paynesville Town Hall.
Amid the spread of large piles of garbage across sections of Paynesville, including near the Red Light commercial district, Paynesville City Corporationâ€™s public relations officer, Janice K. Jallah, has said that the city has been overwhelmed for the past six months with collecting garbage.
Paynesvilleâ€™s efforts to reduce the crowds in the Redlight commercial district is causing tensions with traders.
The Paynesville City Corporation announced that it will shortly begin to combat flooding, disease outbreaks, and other disasters under the 100 Resilient Cities program.
Paynesville has embarked on a fundraising campaign to renovate its Town Hall Park, located across the street from the administrative offices of the cityâ€™s government.
Despite ongoing challenges, commercial motorcyclists on Paynesvilleâ€™s A.B. Tolbert Road say they are pleased with the cityâ€™s construction of a motorbike station for them.
The city of Paynesville held its Second Annual Health Fair on Saturday, September 12 to promote a healthy lifestyle for its residents. The fair was preceded by a bike ride around the city.