This week’s bitterly cold temperatures have made all of us take notice.
With the mercury dipping into the low to mid teens for several nights, there have been reports of water lines freezing, then bursting — always a messy affair, especially with indoor pipes.
The second annual Charleston New Year's Eve ball drop and fireworks show will be held Sunday night into Monday morning on the grounds of the James C. Kennedy Wellness Center behind Tallahatchie General Hospital, according to Charleston Mayor Sedrick Smith.
Former Charleston High School Tiger Travion “Ty” Williams (right) announced last week that he has committed to attend the University of Southern Mississippi under a full athletic scholarship. Williams, a cornerback, led his present team, the East Mississippi Community Colleg
Margaret M. Simmons, 53, of 12 Curtis Dr., Charleston, was indicted in October by a Tallahatchie County grand jury in the First Judicial District on a charge of bad check.
The bad check, in the amount of $204.87, was written on Dec. 22, 2016.
A wrongful termination lawsuit filed against the city of Charleston by former police chief Luther Folson Jr. has been dismissed.