• Ariel Bell, 28, of 10211 CR 773; possession of controlled substance X2, possession of paraphernalia
Two men have been arrested on charges after deputies found drugs in their vehicle.
A Neshoba County man was arrested and charged with drug trafficking after authorities served a warrant at his residence on Road 402.
The Neshoba Democrat will once again publish Letters to Santa and family photos in its upcoming keepsake Christmas edition on Dec. 20.
Sheriff Eric Clark again on Monday asked the Board of Supervisors to approve requisitions for in-car computer systems in patrol vehicles.
Christmas Committee members Jessica Pickering, Briana Petty, Amanda Richardson, Jenny Lynn Wilkerson, Jonni Myers, and Lis
The Philadelphia Christmas Parade was on Monday night.
The Hometown Christmas Tree Lighting was held on the Square in downtown Philadelphia on Friday night.
A Preston man is out on bond after he bit a Justice Court Judge when he was in court on Monday for trespassing,
The clock finally struck midnight for the 2023 Union Yellowjackets football team.
A Collinsville man was arrested here on drug charges on Highway 16 West.
Two men from the Meridian area were arrested for allegedly having crystal meth and heroin during a traffic stop last week, Sheriff Eric Clark said.
Safer crosswalks will be installed at Williamsville after a discussion by Philadelphia aldermen last week.
A Walnut Grove man was arrested and charged with DUI twice in one day here on Sunday, Sheriff Eric Clark said.
County Road Department employees will be designated as first responders under a request the Board of Supervisors will make to the state Legislature in January.
An Ocean Springs man assaulted an officer after attempting to run from him near the Pow Wow on Highway 16 West here last Friday night, the authorities said.
The Christmas Committee spent last Sunday putting up the 26-foot tree for the upcoming tree lighting event on Dec. 1 on the Square.
Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians Chief Cyrus Ben gave the keynote address at Mississippi State University’s Native American/American Indian History Month earlier this month.
James Harris has helped to keep the lights on in Philadelphia for more than four decades — but he also may have made a few enemies along the way by having to pull meters for unpaid bills.
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