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Philadelphia Police said they have identified and charged a man who allegedly stole a cell phone from a convenience store earlier this month but have not yet arrested him. more
Entertainment for the 2021  Neshoba County Fair was announced on Friday. more
East Central Community College will hold two on-campus Commencement ceremonies Friday, May 7. more
Philadelphia Tornadoes mixed doubles tennis team of Trey Posey and Ruthie Storment went 9-0 to become 2A district champs. They won the recent final district match against Madison St. Joe and will compete in the state tennis tournament in Oxford on April 26. more
Philadelphia High School graduate Nia Luckett, now a member of the Jones College softball team, has been named the MACCC Pitcher of the Week. more
Work on a $11.7 million two-lane bridge replacement project at Tucker which began last May is scheduled to be completed by the fall. more
Three-term Philadelphia Mayor James A. Young says he is thankful he won't have to mount a runoff campaign in the Democrat Primary. more
Local legislators have been able to secure $1 million in state bond monies to repair a city sewage lagoon. more
An additional allotment of COVID-19 vaccines has been received by Neshoba General and will administered in a drive-through fashion onsite at the Neshoba General Nursing Home  on Thursday, April 8. more
Clayton Sanders said scoring a goal during his first college soccer game with the Owls at The W on March 1 against Birmingham-Southern College was nothing other than shocking.  more
• Teri Anderson, 31, of 791 New Houseing Rd, Carthage; failure to appear more
JACKSON — A bill that would make more inmates eligible for the possibility of parole is before the governor, but state Sen. Jenifer Branning has her doubts about the measure being signed. more
The man charged in a downtown auto burglary last month is the same man accused of taking a rifle from an MBI agent’s vehicle during a revival at The First Baptist Church in November. more
Two bills passed in the 2021 Mississippi Legislature will benefit the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians (MBCI). more
The First United Methodist Church gathered for a Sunrise Service Easter Sunday morning outside the church on Main Street as Christians celebrated the Resurrection of Christ. more
Neshoba County will receive $5.6 million and the city of Philadelphia $1.6 million in the federal government’s $1.9 trillion federal American Rescue Act passed last month by Congress to help local governmenments recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. more
A third suspect charged with capital murder in the death of Desmond Davis has been captured, Philadelphia Police said Saturday night. more
Body camera for Neshoba County Sheriff’s deputies will be bid by the Board of Supervisors rather than taking Sheriff Eric Clark’s sole-source proposal. more
As work got underway Monday four-laning a 4.52-mile stretch of Highway 19 from Tucker into town, local and state officials gathered Tuesday for an official groundbreaking ceremony on the $35.6-million project before a joyful and very pleased crowd. more
Incumbent Philadelphia Mayor James A. Young has won the Democrat Party nomination with 53.3% of the vote to seek a fourth term and will face Republican Leo E. Renaldo in the June 8  general election. more
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