Jeanette Feltus has been hosting tours at antebellum Linden in Natchez for approximately 60 years.
A man being held for allegedly stealing 6,000 quarters from a local car wash now faces narcotics charges.
Monmouth Historic Inn in Natchez has earned another Four Diamond Rating from AAA.
The Mississippi River’s unsettling flood trend sparks debate on how to control it and fear of what the future might bring
A look at the top five river levels ever, including this year, reveals a disturbing trend: Every flood on the list but one has occurred in the past decade.
A Natchez man’s sound advice: ‘There is no secret to life … because you don’t have anything to do with it’
“I know I’ve lived a very blessed life. Without God, I wouldn’t be here.”
A black man was killed in a Mississippi jail after not giving up his bus seat, his family says. Now his story is resurfacing 70 years later.
Samuel Bacon’s story is one that will forever be left without concrete answers, as disparate accounts describe him in a variety of ways — ranging from a belligerent passenger who caused a disturbance to a hero who simply stood up for his civil rights.
Natchez's annual Spring Pilgrimage — a month-long series of historic antebellum house tours and events — is the city's top tourism draw and one that seems to get bigger and better every year.
“He just did everything for everybody, loved it and never missed a Bible-study. … He never knew a stranger.”