Severe weather can happen at any moment’s notice and when it does, there is no time to make plans.
September is National Preparedness Month, and folks in Washington County are doing their part to help residents make an action plan.
Plans for downtown Greenville’s new federal courthouse will be unveiled today.
The public meeting will take place at 5 p.m. this evening at the William Alexander Percy Memorial Library.
The new federal courthouse is set to be built at the current Stein Mart Square site.
LELAND — Residents of Leland will be able to hear from city officials regarding the budget for the upcoming fiscal year which does not reflect any outstanding changes or deviations from the normal fees.
Laughs, cries and betrayal, with some cool, upbeat songs in the mix, is what folks can expect to see at the upcoming show this week at Delta Center Stage.
After 38 years, DCS is bringing back, “Godspell,” the classic musical celebration of the life of Christ.
Harvest season is well under way, but the season has been sporadic for farmers throughout the Delta.
After an unusually wet spring this year, many farmers were either late getting their crops planted, leaving some with vast variations in their fields.
It’s that time of year again for St. Joseph Catholic School’s highly anticipated Delta tradition, the St. Joseph Parish Fair.
The 105th annual parish fair, which is the longest-running parish fair in Mississippi, is set to go from 5-9 p.m. Tuesday on the grounds of St. Joseph Catholic High School, 1501 VFW Road.
The North Mississippi Chapter of American Red Cross in Washington County is seeking volunteers to assist with the services provided by the Red Cross.
They are hosting a North MS American Red Cross Expo from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at the American Annex Building, 145 N. Shelby St.