A Columbus man in town for a poker tournament was arrested at the Silver Star Casino Sunday night after he allegedly dropped a small bag of cocaine on the floor.
The general election is Tuesday, Nov. 7, and voters will head to the polls on Nov. 7 to decide a handful of local races as well as legislative and statewide contests.
The Neshoba Central Big Blue Band won its first-ever MBDA/MHSAA State Championship, surpassing 10 other marching bands in the 6-A category at the state competition held at Pearl High School on Saturday.
A Taco Bell employee was arrested for assaulting a coworker at the restaurant, Tuesday evening, authorities say.
Paul’s second letter to Timothy is written while Paul is in prison awaiting execution. The apostle is aware his imprisonment has shaken the faith of many Christians, so he writes to encourage Timothy.
Two individuals were arrested on drug charges last week including a Preston man who overdosed on the scene and is out on bond on federal drug charges.
A Neshoba County woman was arrested and charged with drugs following a traffic stop early on Oct. 21.
Alderman voted Oct. 17 to rescind an earlier vote to pay PowerUp Solar $100,000.
The first meeting of the new year of the Neshoba County Teachers' Association was held Tuesday night, October 19, at the Philadelphia High School auditorium.
Authors Rick Cleveland and Neil White stopped by Kademi in Philadelphia for a book signing last Thursday afternoon alongside Marcus Dupree.
A weight limit has been established on Road 826 near Arlington to prevent heavyweight log trucks from using it as a cut-through from Highway 19.
Some people rise above challenges and offer hope for others in the face of adversity. Margie Bell and the More Than Just Pink Sisters organization have embodied a spirit of resilience and determination as they continue to support others in their battles against cancer.
Jenny Dabbs has a passion for historic renovations and began a project last year to rejuvenate the historic Yates building downtown.
The Ellis Theater announced last week the highly-anticipated second season of shows. Building upon the resounding success of the inaugural season, this upcoming year is poised to captivate audiences while continuing the rich history of bringing legendary acts and new talent to the Ellis Stage.
A juvenile was transported to a Jackson hospital Friday evening after suffering a nonfatal accidental self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head on Valley View Drive, the authorities said.
Two men arrested in a multi-state vehicle theft ring have picked up additional charges following their arrest along with two other individuals last Thursday.
A love for coaching softball would become a central part of Neshoba County Schools Superintendent of Education Josh Perkins’ career.
Local authorities arrested three men and a woman from Jackson involved in a multi-state vehicle theft ring, authorities said.
East Central Community College crowned Molly Catherine Cliburn as the 2023 Homecoming Queen during halftime of ECCC’s 28-21 overtime victory over No. 9 Northeast Mississippi Community College.
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