The Main Street Chamber of Leake County is providing survival tips for small businesses dealing with the impact of the Coronavirus. Russell Baty, Program Director, has included updated information about how small businesses can utilize many different resources to find support during this challenging... Read More.
March 27th - Neshoba County is reporting it's first confirmed Coronavirus case. 36 people have tested negative. Additional results will be posted again at end of day, according to Annette Watkins, spokesperson for Neshoba County General. People are advised to continue practicing CDC health... Read More.
Volunteers are needed to sew face masks for Coronavirus crisis donations. Rick Luke, owner of Faye's Clothing and Accessories in Philadelphia is working alongside his mom to help. The have already made 600 donations. The store is closed for business but is being utilized... Read More.
STARKVILLE – Following guidelines from the Southeastern Conference, Mississippi State Athletics announced last night that beginning Today, March 12, and proceeding through at least Monday, March 30, attendance at all MSU Athletic events will be limited to student-athletes, coaches, event staff, essential team and... Read More.
Breaking News - Tonight the Mississippi Department of Health is reporting that the first presumptive case of Corona virus has been confirmed in Forrest County. The person identified as male recently travelled to Florida. Following confirmation, he voluntarily isolated himself at home in order... Read More.