Those who are able to do so are encouraged to mark their calendars and make plans to attend Monday afternoon’s public press conference and town hall-type meeting at the Charleston Arts Center (CARE building) marking the kickoff of the new "M Partner" pact between the Universi
A dicey weather forecast has prompted officials to change the venue for Monday’s planned public kickoff of the "M Partner" pact between the University of Mississippi and the city of Charleston.
Gov. Phil Bryant has ordered a special election for Tuesday, May 8, to fill the seat recently vacated by the retirement of longtime District 30 state Rep. Robert E. Huddleston of Sumner.
The special election date was set by Bryant on Wednesday, March 7.
Tallahatchie County Chancery Clerk Anita Greenwood accepts a check for $1,000 from Tallahatchie County Correctional Facility representative Kenneth Jones. Proceeds from a quarterly food sale held at the CoreCivic private prison in Tutwiler, the money is earmarked for the be
The University of Mississippi and the city of Charleston will conduct a joint press conference Monday, March 19, at 3 p.m. in the Charleston Arts Center, aka the CARE building, to officially launch the "M Partner" pact between the school and city.