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...
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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.
When he donated $125,000 a few years ago to establish the Bill Cossar Ole Miss First Scholarship at his alma mater, the Teasdale community resident had one thought in mind.
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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 State Department of Health on Thursday, April 23, released the South Quitman-South Tutwiler, South Quitman-East Tutwiler and South Quitman-North Tutwiler utility associations from a boil-water alert.
Charleston High School's annual spring football game will be played Friday, May 15, at Tiger Stadium on the CHS campus.
The Charleston Tigers will host the Horn Lake High School Eagles in the 2 p.m. starter, noted CHS head coach Scott Martin.