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A construction trailer taken from Winston County early Monday morning was recovered in Neshoba County later that afternoon.  more
Philadelphia’s state sales tax rebate numbers are on the rise. more
The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians anticipates the arrival the first COVID-19 vaccine this week.  more
Mayor James A. Young has announced his intention to seek a fourth term as mayor of Philadelphia. more
Millicent Merritt “Millie” Howell, a mother, educator and accomplished artist who flourished for seven decades in Philadelphia and was a forerunner of racial reconcilliation here with her husband Boots, died on December 6, 2020, at Neshoba General hospital. She was 93.  more
If Philadelphia youth are looking for a place to play basketball in their spare time, they will be getting an extra present this Christmas. more
I believe that unless a person has lived in the grip of an addiction or witnessed it in a family member or close friend, it will be very hard for them to appreciate the gift of true freedom in one’s life. more
Indoor sports venues for K-12 extracurricular events will be limited to the lesser of four spectators per student participant or 250 ticketed spectators, Gov. Tate Reeves announced on Wednesday. more
A Union man has been arrested and charged in connection with a trailer stolen from a worksite in Noxubee County and found in Neshoba with another suspect still at larg more
• Cody Lee Abel, 32, of 3830 Popular Springs Dr, Meridian; failure to appear more
Neshoba County’s unemployment rate in October stood at 6.9 percent, the same as the previous month according to numbers from the Mississippi Employment Security Commission. more
A Neshoba General ambulance hit a deer on the way to a call on Highway 15 south recently and Sheriff Eric Clark is warning motorists to be careful with an uptick in wildlife collisions. more
Neshoba County supervisors approved appointments to represent District 4 on the East Central Community College Board of Trustees and the Neshoba County Library Ccommission. more
The Mayor and Board of Alderman acted during last Tuesday’s meeting to get the bridge replacement project on St. Francis Drive started by early next year. more
Philadelphia Police are investigating three burglaries over the weekend. more
Busy Bee developer Doug Hudson was recently awarded the Mississippi Main Street Hero award celebrated here Sunday evening with the lighting of the Busy Bee Suites sign at his new loft apartments downtown. more
Hubert Yates got involved with the Philadelphia Fire Department as a volunteer in 1978 when he was 19 and eventually fires and disasters turned into a career and a call to the ministry, including a defining  more
Philadelphia Police Chief Julian Greer will retire at the end of the month, it was announced during last Tuesday’s meeting of the Mayor and Board of Alderman. more
New COVID-19 cases in Neshoba County have spiked over 115 percent in the last week as the state continues to see record hospitalizations.  more
What started as a tip about suspicious activity turned into surveillance of a Bethsaida community residence that led to the arrest of three individuals on various felonies including possession of meth. more
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