It’s known as Mississippi’s Giant House Party, but when the Neshoba County Fair began back in 1889 things looked a lot different.“Supposedly, they would come in with the wagons and the ladies would do their cooking on the outside... Read More.
There's a new path to help you or someone you know obtain their GED. The Neshoba County Library is now offering help and resources in partnership with East Central Community College on July 18th at 5pm at the Library. Dr. Matilda Miller will be... Read More.
United Way’s Stuff the Bus campaign is today in Philadelphia.The campaign encourages people to donate school supplies to local students. The United Way is asking for supplies, like notebooks, pens, pencils, paper, germ-x and even uniforms, new or gently used.United Way co-chair, Jackie Hester,... Read More.
Two teenagers are charged with four counts of commercial burglary for breaking into four Philadelphia churches. East Philadelphia Baptist Church, Philadelphia Church of Christ, Trinity... Read More.
Philadelphia Public Schools will conduct one-stop registration for all schools at Philadelphia High School on Wednesday, July 17th from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Thursday, July 18th from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.All students must be re-registered during this time.Each student must submit two (2)... Read More.
Mississippi Highway Patrol, Neshoba County Deputies and Arlington Vol. Fire Department responded to a one vehicle MVA on Hwy 19 North on Monday morning around 10 am in Neshoba County.A maroon sedan had lost control in a sharp curve and hit a tree. The... Read More.
Suzanna Horn is ready to show her passion of singing at the Distinguished Young Women program.“For my talent I will be performing the song ‘Rise’ by Katy Perry,” Horn says. “I’ve been singing as long as I can remember. I just love music so... Read More.
Derek Norsworthy, 2018 Boswell Media Mississippi Songwriter of the Year, has released the lyric video for his new summer single "Beach Body."
A suspect was killed by Neshoba County sheriff's deputies after the sheriff says the suspect pointed a gun at them while they were investigating a prior shooting.Sheriff Tommy Waddell says he and four of his deputies went to a home to investigate a shooting... Read More.
Thirty students received their High School Equivalency diplomas during ceremonies July 9 at East Central Community College in Decatur. Those receiving HSE diplomas were (front row, from left) Datola Ealy of Forest, Morgan Slack of Louisville, Harley Sellers of Bay Springs, Genesis Robinson of... Read More.
Bill Griffis has been elected to serve as Chairman Elect of the Board of Directors of the Mississippi Automobile Dealers Association (MADA).Griffis is the owner of Griffis Motors in Philadelphia. Griffis previously served on the Board of Directors... Read More.