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An ordinance that governs the use of fireworks inside the city limits was approved 5-0 by the Philadelphia Mayor and Board of Aldermen last week. more
Seven years ago, Tim and Andrea Moore’s lives changed forever after receiving a call asking if they would be interested in fostering a new baby born prematurely in the Neshoba County Jail.  more
Gov. Tate Reeves on Tuesday extended an executive order adding Neshoba County and 18 other counties under a mandatory mask ordinance due to the rise in COVID-19 cases. Reeves and State Health … more
The Leake Academy Rebels captured their first state football championship as they defeated Adams County Christian School 10-0 in the MAIS Class 5A title game. The Rebels finished undefeated with a … more
The Busy Bee Suites sign is going up in downtown Philadelphia at the corner of Beacon Street and Church Avenue this morning. more
One has bonded out after three Neshoba County residents wanted on a controlled substance and child endangerment charges turned themselves in this week. more
Philadelphia Police are investigating the Thursday evening burglary of a Main Street pizza restaurant where some cash was taken. more
Seven long guns and some frozen food were taken in a burglary reported this weekend in the Sandtown community. more
A Neshoba County man has been arrested and charged with possession of child pornography in connection with an Attorney General’s office task force investigation. more
B.J. Morrow was reappointed as the staff attorney for the Sixth Chancery Court District Monday by the Neshoba County Board of Supervisors. more
Gold Star Mother Pam Presley Tolbert of Philadelphia, the mother of the late Corp. Michael “Brandon” Presley of Batesville, is escorted by Maj. Gen. Janson D. “Durr” Boyles to the Laying of the Wreath in memory of her son’s life and service to the country last week in Jackson in observance of Veterans Day.  more
The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians re-instituted a curfew and have transitioned to virtual learning full-time at schools in the latest battle against COVID-19 after infection numbers continue to rise on the Reservation and throughout Neshoba County.  more
A complaint about a barking dog that has involved an arrest were heard Nov. 3 by the Philadelphia Mayor and Board of Aldermen. more
The new Fallen Veterans Monument was unveiled before a crowd of more than 300 people on Veterans Day in Dewitt-DeWeese Park last week. more
After World War II veteran Glen Belenchia voted at Tucker a few weeks ago he received a standing ovation from the poll workers. more
• Tommie Boler, 52, of 100 Cistrunk Rd Lot #22; shoplifting more
Neshoba Central’s Jarquez Hunter has been named Mr. Football for Class 5A football. more
The new Fallen Veterans Monument in Dewitt-DeWeese Park was dedicated Wednesday morning on Veterans Day following the annual Veterans Day ceremonies. more
Three Neshoba County residents are wanted on controlled substance and child endangerment charges, according to warrants from the Neshoba County Sheriff’s Office. more
Shriner Mitchel McDonald helped cook 1,700 chicken halves for the Neshoba County Shrine Club last Saturday for their annual barbecue chicken plate sale. more
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