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The Philadelphia High School Band placed third overall in last weekend’s Excalibur — Showdown at the Kingdom band competition at West Lauderdale High School in Collinsville with seven other competing schools. more
Two Philadelphia/Neshoba County Arts Council comedy plays are set for Sept. 30 through Oct. 3 at the Senior Citizens Center at Northside Park.  more
A 12-passenger $26,500 van to transport city prisoners to jail in Winston County has been approved. more
The estimated price tag on the Booker T. Washington building renovation project could top $500,000, the Philadelphia Mayor and Board of Aldermen learned during their Sept. 21 meeting. more
Neshoba County recorded 65 new COVID-19 cases and no new deaths in the past week, according to the Mississippi State Department of Health’s Sept. 28 report. more
A Neshoba County woman was arrested twice for two separate disruptive instances at Neshoba Central Elementary on Sept. 16. more
Choctaw Central High School will celebrate homecoming this Friday night when the Warriors host Kosciusko in a Region 4-4A football contest. more
Members of the 2021 Neshoba Central High School Homecoming Court are, more
Parks and Recreation Director Cody Brian edges one the ballfields at Northside Park on Tuesday as the fall baseball and softball seasons get underway. more
Kindergarteners got to play on a military tank during Community Helpers Week at Neshoba Central Elementary last week. more
The parents of a 2-year-old girl who spent more than 10 hours lost in the woods near their home have been charged with felony child abuse, the authorities said. more
These East Central Community College students were inducted into Theta Xi chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society during ceremonies on campus Sept. 22. PTK is the international honor society of two-year colleges. more
Tamera Chunn, 30, and Jason Reed, 48, both of Road 236, Union, were arrested and charged with felony child abuse. more
Here is how Neshoba County area prep football teams fared Friday night: more
A multi-agency undercover operation led to eight arrests as part of a local human-trafficking investigation, said Eric Clark, Neshoba County Sheriff. more
A letter of engagement required under accounting standards was never signed by the city of Philadelphia and only a minimal amount of financial information requested from the City Clerk was ever provided over the last two years in order to perform audits, a partner in an accounting firm that has withdrawn told The Neshoba Democrat Wednesday. more
Aldermen adopted the city’s $11 million 2022 budget that includes a 1-mill tax increase during a special meeting Wednesday afternoon at City Hall. more
A Pearl accounting firm alderman hired Tuesday night has, according to Mayor James A. Young, pledged to get the city of Philadelphia out of a potential bind with the State Auditor over required annual audits that haven’t been filed for almost half a decade. more
The Philadelphia Mayor and Board of Aldermen is scheduled to meet at 1 p.m. today at City Hall to vote on a proposed $11 million budget that includes a 1-mill tax increase to fund pay raises for city employees. more
A nearly $3 million bid was accepted by the Neshoba County School Board for additional new heating, more
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