It's official: Ole Miss has a new men's basketball coach. MTSU coach Kermit Davis Jr. will be introduced today at a press conference at The Pavilion on campus. Kermit Davis is returning to his home state as the 22nd head coach of the Ole Miss basketball program, as announced Thursday by Vice
An antebellum house in Natchez is garnering attention after being featured in a recent article about the 50 best places to visit in the United States.
Mark Zuckerberg talked to an Alabama newspaper about the importance of Facebook prioritizing local news
Mark Zuckerberg spoke exclusively to Dennis Palmer, publisher of The Selma Times-Journal, a small community newspaper in Selma, Alabama.
When you walk into Johnny’s Restaurant in Homewood, the Mississippi influence isn’t immediately obvious. But look closer and it becomes more recognizable.
An important distinction between the Left and Right: they take the business of the media and storytelling seriously. We don’t.
It might be National Hot Toddy Day, but there is a world beyond the beloved brown liquor when it comes to toasty beverages.
If construction of Interstate 14 through Natchez were a journey, the engine was officially cranked on Tuesday, but the road ahead is of Lewis and Clark proportions.
Idaho is a low-population state — at 1.7 million it has a little more than half the residents of Mississippi. So why are people moving there?
Black-owned Mississippi funeral homes moving forward with discrimination lawsuit against county coroner
A federal judge has ruled that several black-owned Mississippi funeral homes can move forward with their lawsuit that alleges a local coroner discriminates against them in favor of white-owned funeral homes.