It is nights like Friday and Saturday where people will be walking around having fun and listening to music that decisions like the one the Board of Mayor and Aldermen made to allow open containers downtown really pay dividends.
‘We chose to let it make us stronger’: Former Pearl High School principal reflects on 1997 school shooting
“A large-scale tragedy can do one of two things for you,” Balentine said. “That is either it can destroy you, or it can make you stronger.
Fifty thousand words in one month is a lot of writing by anyone’s standards, but for the past six years, Marc Mitchell has been pounding the keyboard.
World War II veterans Herbert Jackson, 100, and Robert Joseph Jefferson, 95, were presented with honorary high school diplomas as both joined the U.S. Army before completing high school.
The brotherhood among firefighters was on full display in Warren County Friday morning during a time of need for local firefighters.
After getting out of the nuclear industry and selling his business, Dale Jennings wanted a project in downtown Vicksburg. The Mississippi Barbecue Company was born.
“We knew he had a strong leg and I told him he’s going to get some opportunities to make some big kicks down the stretch."
New Mississippi Civil Rights Museum, Museum of Mississippi History will work together to tell the state’s story
The two museums, which will open to the public Dec. 9 in Jackson, share a building and tell the entire story of Mississippi.
Starting from scratch two years ago, the school’s culinary arts program has grown to include nearly 90 students between its high school and college programs.
A Vicksburg man reported missing Saturday morning was found dead Sunday evening at the Warren County and Issaquena County line.