CHARLESTON — Charley Lee Williams, age 64, passed away at his home Tuesday, April 17.
Dozens of people participate in Saturday’s noontime balloon release during the American Cancer Society’s Rally for a Cure at the Old Gym in Charleston. Each balloon, purchased for a nominal fee benefiting the ACS, bore the name of someone who has fought, or is fighting, canc
The James C. Kennedy Wellness Center in Charleston will host their third annual Health Fair Carnival Saturday, April 21, at the center located behind Tallahatchie General Hospital.
Ricky Garvin resigned his position as Charleston High School principal last Thursday, the same day he was scheduled to appear in Tallahatchie County Circuit Court for a probable cause hearing in a case featuring allegations that he fondled a minor student at the school.
For a time early Monday, Charleston High School was placed on lockdown over a social media post.
The Snapchat post featured a photo of someone holding a rifle and a caption using threatening language, including “going out with a bang” at “CHS.”
Saturday’s Rally for a Cure, which will be held at the Charleston Elementary School gymnasium — so many of us older heads affectionately call it the “Old Gym” due to its historical significance and, obviously, age — promises to be a wonderful family-friendly event.
The East Tallahatchie chapter of the American Cancer Society will conduct their 28th annual Rally for a Cure Saturday at the Charleston Elementary School gym.
This community event is a fundraiser for the work of ACS. Admission is free.
A man who allegedly unleashed a hail of gunfire that seriously injured one man, winged another and generally wreaked havoc outside a west Charleston convenience store at about 5:30 Monday evening, told investigators that he was simply protecting himself from a robbery attempt