CHARLESTON — Charley Lee Williams, age 64, passed away at his home Tuesday, April 17.
JACKSON – Mississippi has a new spring squirrel hunting season that will be open statewide May 15 – June 1. Hunters should note that the bag limit is only four squirrels per day during the spring season.
Longtime Charleston resident Claude Earl Fox Jr. celebrated his first 100 years with family and friends at the city’s 3-Way Restaurant on the evening of April 18.
Fox, who was born April 17, 1915, has lived in Charleston all of his life.
CANTON – Nissan has donated $500,000 to the Mississippi Department of Archives and History to support ongoing construction efforts and future exhibits at the Museum of Mississippi History and the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum.
Cascilla Water Association is issuing a “boil water” notice effective on Sunday, April 26, for those customers who receive their drinking water from connections on
The Mississippi Delta National Heritage Area (MDNHA) and The Delta Center for Culture and Learning, in collaboration with SonEdna and CARE, are sponsoring a “Delta Jewels Community Gathering” in Charleston, Tuesday, April 28 from 6-8 pm.
SonEdna, a literary arts organization in Charleston, has received a $7,000 contribution from Tallahatchie General Hospital (TGH) to support Poetry For Life (PFL), an internationally recognized program that uses poetry to connect young people to elders living with Alzheimer’s
After eight games were canceled due to weather conditions, the Charleston High School baseball team finally hit the field last week.
All preseason games were rained out, and the Tigers’ first games were a division matchup with Holly Springs.