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Rachel Kiepe is enjoying her new job as librarian at Philadelphia Elementary School. more
St Carlos M. Boyd, 44, of 12308 35th Avenue of Meridian, resisting arrest, public drunk, disorderly conduct, disorderly conduct- failure to comply with request or command of law enforcement officers more
Philadelphia Utilities recently has partnered with the Tennessee Valley Authority to award $5,000 to the Boys and Girls Club of Neshoba County.  more
Police have two in custody in connection with a shooting Thursday evening on Border Street that wounded two individuals and sent one to the hospital. more
• Noah Z. Bracaloni, 23, of 421 4th Street, Montgomery, AL, 6 counts of uttering forgery more
Work continues on the Fallen Veterans Monument at DeWitt DeWeese Park that officials hope to have ready for dedication on Veterans Day which is Nov. 11. more
Police are investigating a shooting reported on St. Francis Drive that resulted in a woman’s vehicle being struck. more
Airfields in Newton and Meridian are set to receive more than $2.2 million in grant funds from the federal government for improvements. more
Melishia Hancock has spent more than 20 years as a teacher and administrator within the Philadelphia schools. more
Police are investigating a pair of residential burglaries reported Friday in which appliances were take more
The property at 510 Holland Ave. is expected to be sold and the dilapidated house torn down in the near future, thus ending 15 years of neighbors’ complaints about the unsightly conditions. more
Two area high school teams were sidelined this past Friday night due to players quarantined for COVID-19. more
Canal Place Cinema 7 officials say they are looking forward to reopening Friday after a long six-month coronavirus shutdown pledging adjustments to keep its customers and staff safe. more
Philadelphia aldermen fired a municipal court clerk in August and the mayor’s verbal veto remains in dispute awaiting an Attorney General ruling. more
Judy Burks, a knitting operator at Wells Lamont for the last 55 years, has witnessed much change. more
A pre-game 9/11 tribute at Neshoba Central on Sept. 11 remembered victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and two of the Rockets’ own, 2nd Lt. Matthew Stovall and Sgt. Joshua Ladd, who would later die serving in Iraq. more
Tribal Chief Phillip Martin will likely face challenger Beasley Denson in a run-off election, unofficial returns from Tuesday's Tribal elections showed. With eight of eight tribal communities … more
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