For most of us, freezing temperatures are usually no more than an inconvenience. But for a man, woman or child without a place to call home -- or with a home, but no heat -- they can become life-threatening.
Mississippi State's director of African American Studies will be the featured speaker at the university's 26th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Unity Breakfast and Day of Service.
The low-residency master of fine arts program in creative writing at Mississippi University for Women has been recognized as the top-ranked program by Intelligent.com.
Life has enough pressures, why include them in the garden?
Anyone interested in becoming a master gardener will have an opportunity to hone their skills and learn the latest techniques when the Oktibbeha County Master Gardeners hold an informational session for anyone interested in the joys of gardening.
As Mississippi State rings in the new year, the university's Center for Continuing Education is offering learning experiences to fit any self-improvement resolution.
Now that we're fully into January, it's time to get serious about planning our gardens for 2020.
East Mississippi Community College alumnus Derrick "DJ" Wilson, a football standout who helped the Lions claim a national championship during the team's 2011 undefeated season, has turned a passion for cooking he shared with his mother into a business venture.
I always try to get ahead -- on housework, cooking, and school prep -- over the long Christmas break. I always fail.
Seafood can make for a healthy addition to diets, particularly for children.
Cooking for a small crowd can be daunting.
When it comes to dessert, it's hard to beat chocolate as the main ingredient for dishes of all kinds.
Driving music could be heard long before this visitor opened a door near the gym at the downtown Columbus Y. Inside the room, volume intensified as a circle of more than 20 women surrounded the dynamo at its center. Participants danced and clapped, making the most of this regular Wednesday morning romp called Move and Groove.
LeAnn Sanders Shelton lost her left arm in a traumatic lawn mower accident when she was only 4 years old. The McShan, Alabama, resident, now 37, has never let it define who she is.