The city of Philadelphia will ask the state of Mississippi for permission to extend the sale of alcoholic beverages in bars to 1 a.m.
With four aldermen going off the Mayor and Board of Aldermen, last Tuesday’s board meeting was the end of an era for some in city government.
A Philadelphia man remains in jail suspected in a late May rape case, the authorities said.
The Diamond Elite 11U-Black travel baseball team of East Mississippi defeated Louisiana Crushers 11U, 9-1, in the 11U Open USSSA Global World Series championship game in Destin, Florida, last week.
The murders of three young men, James Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner, in Neshoba County 57 years ago this month registering blacks to vote changed world history by propelling passage of the Civil Right Act in the United States Congress.
Last week, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops voted 168-55, more than 3-1, to provide new guidance for receiving Holy Communion.
A key storyline of President Joe Biden’s overseas trip was how different Biden was from President Donald Trump, and indeed he was — except in one crucial area.
Jade Savell Rickles and husband Trent Rickles bought the old Sandtown Store and made it a forever home in July 2019.
A recent graduate of Neshoba Central's Class of 2021, Emily Berry, was presented with a certificate from the United States Navy for achieving the highest ASVAB score and enlisting to be a part of the elite group of recruits for the Navy.
These East Central Community College students took top honors during the 2021 State SkillsUSA Virtual Conference and those garnering first place awards will represent Mississippi at the virtual National SkillsUSA contest this summer.
Allen Perry of Philadelphia is one of 29 students from Mississippi State now attending the R.O.T.C. Coast Artillery Camp at Fort Barrancas, Florida. The six weeks period of instruction will be part of the training which will qualify these students for commissions in the Officers Reserve Corps upon graduation from college.
Critical race theory is fast becoming America’s new institutional orthodoxy. Yet most Americans have never heard of it—and of those who have, many don’t understand it. This must change. We need to know what it is so we can know how to fight it.
William B. Hooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. L.B. Hooper of Philadelphia, graduated from the Missouri Aviation Institution in Kansas City, Missouri. He had the highest honors out of a class of 35. He is stationed in Tucson, Arizona.